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Broadway Stars Raise Money For Charity Without Quitting Their Night Job

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If you live in New York City and have a crush on Broadway, Ecorazzi has the event for you! Tomorrow night Broadway’s best will come under one roof to participate in Don’t Quit Your Night Job — a critically acclaimed comedy variety show featuring a revolving cast of Broadway’s brightest performers! Billed as an event where “Broadway and improv meet…and makeout,”  Don’t Quit has received praise from Time Out New York, the New York Post, the Daily News and Variety magazine!

At this performance your funny bone will be tickled (or at least massaged) by stars from shows like Little Mermaid, Legally Blonde, Spider Man 3 and many more! You might also recognize a few fancy pants Hollywood names like Richard Kind (Spin City) and Marc Summers (I’m talkin’ Double Dare here, people!). 

The best part (besides of course the awesome talent) is that the proceeds raised from Don’t Quit Your Night Job will go to the TDF Open Doors Program —  a mentoring program offering small groups of high school students an in-depth introduction to live theatre and dance,

The show will be held tomorrow, November 20th, at 11:30 p.m at the Zipper Factory in Midtown Manhattan! So visit Don’tQuitNYC.com and get your tickets before they all sell out! We promise you’ll laugh your ass off!

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