Asking for money is never an easy thing, whether it be from Friends, Family, Strangers, Minions, it's not easy!!! This year I will get to perform alongside some pretty dope-ass, talented-ass, sexy-ass, specimen who have paved their way "Making things Happen," for them and others little by little. I've always wanted to be able to give back in some way, shape, or form and feared that I wasn't ready yet! This is the year kids! Pay it Forward, take a chance, Do a Strip tease! Donate what you can, today, tomorrow, next pay check! Every hard earned cent that you have worked for has been given to you because you are a FIGHTER! Many are fighting to keep their lives and have found ways to make it that much easier. Think of the many lives that you could and will be changing! My friends and family are everything to me and without them, without their encouragement and constant support, i'm not sure what my life would have been like. All I know is that I have been given many opportunities to put a smile on someones face and that to me is EVERYTHING! Wanna help me make someone smile?!?! Together lets "MAKE THINGS HAPPEN!"
Thank you for donating to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS through my Stripathon fundraising page for Broadway Bares. Feel free to check back on my fundraising progress as I attempt to reach my goal!
Come Back Once More So I Can Say Goodbye
Dancers over 40
in Association With
Labyrinth Dance Theater
Conceived & Choreographed by Sasha Spielvogel*
Monday, June 8th @ 8pm
The Ailey Citigroup Theater
Joan Weill Center for Dance
405 West 55th Street, NYC
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and
the New York City Anti-Violence Project
Come Back Once More So I Can Say Goodbye is an evening-length concert with live newly-written music, vintage recordings, historic footage, political sound bites and stunning visuals. The project examines what it was like to live through the AIDS plague and fosters an appreciation of our forebears as they experience the passion, dangers, political struggles, loss and hard-earned freedom that epitomized gay life in New York City from 1965-1995.
Featuring Ramon Flowers*, Fernando Carrillo*, Michael Leon Thomas*, George Marcy*, Lance Roberts, Jose Arturo Chacon, Patrick McCarthy*, Felicia Norton, Sarita Allen, Bill Waldinger, Solomon Dumas, Alex Balmain, Brice Payet, Brady Cudmore, Plu Sayampol, Lucile JorbaYcampo, Emily Vetsch, Stanley Love, Priscilla Greco, Liz Little, Sabrina Shapiro, Jamal Shuriah, Constance Nicolas, Jesse White, Marcos Duran, Roger Ansanelli, Clinton Powell, Qween Amor, Doug Barron
Isabel Castellvi, cello, composer; Shawn Barnett, violin, composer;
Tim McCarthy, french horn, Javier Oviedo, Saxophone
Roger Ansanelli, singer, composer, sound healer
Music and visuals by Don Slepian
*Dancers Over 40 Members
CALL TELECHARGE, 212-239-6200 or go to telecharge.com .
Tickets: $30, $50 & $100. Tickets also on sale at the St. Luke’s Theater Box office, 308 West 46th St., between 2-6pm daily to avoid service fees.
DO40 members use your discount code online, on the phone to Telecharge or at the St. Luke’s Theater Box Office.
Continually thriving for the next best thing one day at a time!