The event is free, donations are welcome, and all proceeds go exclusively to the Middletown-based Artists For World Peace founded by jewelry designer Wendy Black-Nasta.
The New York benefit is a performance comprised of actors appearing on Broadway in other shows who give up their time to perform in a one-night-only show with proceeds going to this Middletown humanitarian foundation.
This year's performance will take place at 54 Below, Broadway’s Nightclub, 254 West 54th Street, New York City, (below the infamous Studio 54) Oct. 13 at 8:45 p.m.
The historic Middletown Almshouse all-you-can-eat lasagna dinner is Sunday at 3 p.m. at 53 Warwick Street, Middletown. Call (860) 346-7588 or go to artistsforworldpeace.org for information.
Artists For World Peace has several humanitarian projects going on around the world, including Children of Peace, which pays living and educational expenses for 13 children in China, Haiti, India and Tanzania; a Safe House for Women and Children in Cambodia; Community Health Center in Kibosho Umbwe and Maize-Grinding Machines in Tanzania.
Can't make the show but still want to help? Donations of any amount to Artists For World Peace can be given here.