A charity concert for the Actors Fund to celebrate the reopening of the Broadway New Amsterdam Theater. And to commend the Actor Fund for its outstanding support to members of the entertainment industry throughout the pandemic, and will provide the audience with the best Disney Broadway hits in the show. This includes “Beauty and the Beast”, “A New World”, “The Ring of Life” and “Let It Go”-by Disney on Broadway star Ashley Brown (Mary Poppins) Actress), Michael James Scott (Aladdin), Kissi Simmons (The Lion King) and Josh Strickland (Tarzan). The concert will be performed in four performances at 7:30 on July 22-24 and at 2 on July 25.

A magical return

“For 16 months, New Yorkers have been eager to enter the theater again,” said Thomas Schumacher. He is president and producer of Disney Theater Production. “The Lion King and Aladdin will return to Broadway in September. But these four concerts allow us to welcome fans back to Broadway sooner. It will give us the opportunity to raise much-needed funds to support the heroism of The Outstanding Staff Work. We can’t wait to get back to the excitement of a musical. This is the first time forever, we can really.”

To celebrate this announcement, Ashley Brown and Josh Strickland will appear at Stars In The House. Seth Rudetsky, and James Wesley tonight (July 7 at 8 PM EST) In the talk show. The show raised more than $1 million to benefit from the actor fund. Viewers can watch on StarsInTheHouse.com, donate to the Actors Fund on the reopening of Broadway, and allow special guests to broadcast their donations live.

The Actor’s fund activity

The Actor Fund was very active during the pandemic. Since its closure in March 2020 last year, it has provided more than 16,450 entertainment professionals with a total of more than 22 million US dollars in grants. This is a significant increase of 1,000 over the typical grant support before the pandemic.

“Over the past 25 years, the actors, staff, and staff of Disney’s theater production company have been important members of the Actor Fund family,” said Joseph Benincasa. He is the President and CEO of the Actor Fund. “Their unwavering partnership helps to promote and support many of our programs and services. They provide important assistance to our performing arts and entertainment colleagues. We need them more than ever. Participate in these special concerts. The reopening of the New Amsterdam Theater to celebrate means that more people will be able to get the help they need.”

Aladdin star Michael James Scott said: “There are not enough adjectives to describe how excited and honored I am to participate in the historic reopening of Broadway”. Bring this feel-good concert with some people. Bringing my closest friends and my DOB family to New York dreams come true. Did I mention that I am excited?!” With the health and safety of guests, actors, musicians, and staff as the top priority, all guests who enter the theater to watch Live at the New Am must provide proof of vaccination. Guests under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a vaccinated adult.

Company set to return on Broadway!