Live At The Met – a benefit for The Actors' Fund and the Metropolitan United Church Community Services Programs

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Live At The Met

A Cabaret Performance in Support of The Actors’ Fund and the Metropolitan United Church Community Services Programs

How do you solve a problem like harsh economic times?

You grab Baby out of the corner; pick up some boys from Jersey and head on down to the Metropolitan United Church to put on a show that totally rocks!

On Monday March 23rd volunteers from the Toronto casts of The Sound of Music, Dirty Dancing, We Will Rock You, Second City and many more special guests will do exactly that.

The Actor’s Fund of Canada recently celebrated its 50th Anniversary of providing emergency financial aid to assist cultural workers in recovering from an illness, injury or other circumstances causing severe economic and personal hardship. This registered charity receives no government funding and is wholly sustained by support from individuals and entertainment industry organizations.

The actors in Live At The Met hope to stimulate a financial bailout for their fellow actors by doing what they do best – putting on a fabulous show. Not only will they be performing selections from their current shows, but they will also be creating new and exciting pieces that will only be seen in this one night only cabaret. You don’t want to miss this!

Proceeds from Live At The Met will be divided between The Actors’ Fund of Canada and the Metropolitan United Church Community Services Programs which have taken a leading role in serving people who need help in Toronto’s downtown core including the Out of the Cold program which feeds the hungry.

Tickets $30.00

For tickets call 416-363-0331 x 64