Witches’ Night Off — the Cast of Wicked Struts Their Stuff for a Good Cause
What do you do on your day off from work?
The touring company of Wicked has been busy doing lots of good in their time off, so far raising more than $3.7 million in donations for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (BC/EFA) and local AIDS service organizations all over the country.
On Monday, Jan. 25, at 7:30 pm, cast members will perform their favorite non-Ozian show tunes and dance moves in Witches’ Night Off at McGlohon Theater. Net proceeds will go to support the important work of BC/EFA and RAIN, a leading health organization educating the community and serving people with HIV/AIDS in the Carolinas.
VIP ticket holders get a chance to hang out with the cast at an exclusive pre-show reception. A live auction for one-of-a-kind Wicked cool experiences (like a Walk On Role in the hit show!) will also be held during the performance.
For tickets, go to BlumenthalArts.org or call 704-372-1000.