On December 4th, Broadway icon Chita Rivera will headline the Broadway Concert series’ upcoming An Evening of Song. The concert will benefit the Art Attack Foundation at the midtown cabaret venue.
Chita Rivera is a two-time Tony winner. She serves as the Chairperson for the AAF, which provides scholarship funding and outreach opportunities for young performers to achieve their full artistic potential. The 2017 concert marks the 14th anniversary of the organization.
“Now, more than ever, young people with talent need our help with training, support, encouragement, and above all—opportunity,” said Rivera. “That is exactly what Art Attack provides, and why they need our help, in order to accomplish all that they achieve. That very next scholarship that is given could be the one for a future star in the arts. I am proud and delighted to be a part of this fine organization.”
In addition to Rivera, the event will feature Anastasia star Christy Altomare, Mean Girls-bound Kate Rockwell, Beautiful Tony nominee Anika Larsen, Les Misérables and The Lightning Thief favorite Chris McCarrell, KPOP composer Max Vernon, and songwriting team Marcy Heisler and Zina Goldrich, as well as Birdland staple Jim Caruso, Julie Foldesi, Sally Wilfert, Michael Patrick Walker, Bonnie Milligan, Rob Rokicki, Lynne Shankle, and Steve Marzullo.
Joining the stage stars will be two students from Rosie’s Theater Kids, an arts education initiative from Rosie O’Donnell that Art Attack continues to support. Anthony Garcia—who is also an Art Attack scholarship recipient—and Malcolm Callendar will represent the organization as part of the event lineup.
Michael Croiter of Yellow Sound Label will produce alongside Watt and Yael Silver.
For tickets and more information, visit ArtAttackFoundation.org.