7th Broadway Purim Shpiel Tickets

7th ANNUAL BROADWAY PURIM SHPIEL TO BENEFIT THE BIRTHRIGHT ISRAEL FOUNDATION
Monday, March 14th, 2011 at 7PM – The Hudson Theatre HOST: GILBERT GOTTFRIED!

Cast:
• Garrett Long Mamma Mia
• Curtis Holbrook West Side Story
• Rachel Potter The Addams Family
• Anne Nathan ...

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7th ANNUAL BROADWAY PURIM SHPIEL TO BENEFIT THE BIRTHRIGHT ISRAEL FOUNDATION
Monday, March 14th, 2011 at 7PM – The Hudson Theatre HOST: GILBERT GOTTFRIED!

Cast:
• Garrett Long Mamma Mia
• Curtis Holbrook West Side Story
• Rachel Potter The Addams Family
• Anne Nathan Chicago
• Kevin Earley Tale of Two Cities
• Dave Attell Comedian
• Patti Murin Xanadu
• J. Elaine Marcos Priscilla Queen of the Dessert
• Kelli Barrett Baby Its you
• Nick Adams Priscilla Queen of the Desert
• Mitch Jarvis Rock of Ages


NEW YORK, NY (March 9, 2011) –The National Entertainment Fund for the Cultural Arts (NEFCA) and event Co-Chair Michael Steinhardt proudly present the 7th Annual Broadway Purim Shpiel at the Hudson Theatre on Monday, March 14th, 2011 at 7pm. For one night only, stars from Broadway’s biggest hit shows join together for the Broadway Purim Shpiel, a hilarious retelling of the Purim story. Proceeds from the NEFCA production will benefit The Birthright Israel Foundation, an organization dedicated to sending young Jewish adults from across the world to Israel. Full details about the event can be found at www.nefca.org or follow us for live updates on twitter at www.twitter.com/#!/NEFCA

The performance will be held at the Hudson Theatre at 141 West 44th Street in New York City. The event begins 7PM with complimentary drinks at an open bar cocktail hour. The Purim Shpiel performance kicks off at 8PM with a personal message by Film and Theatre Icon David Mamet.
ABOUT NEFCA- The National Entertainment Fund for the Cultural Arts (NEFCA) is a non-profit 501 c 3 production company. NEFCA developed and will produce The “6th Annual Broadway Purim Shpiel,” a benefit for The Birthright Israel Foundation. NEFCA prides itself on improving the image of different charities by producing unique and entertaining benefit events per request. Non-profits are desperately seeking out fresh fundraising programs to avoid the saturated market of monotonous charity dinners. NEFCA provides that originality and works with charities to brand them as trendier and more interesting. NEFCA develops many different kinds of events including but not limited to film, theater and television projects. www.nefca.

Venue

The Hudson Theatre

141 W. 44th Street/Broadway