“Hoboken To Hollywood: A Journey Through the Great American Songbook,” the phenomenally popular and critically acclaimed musical show at the Edgemar Center for the Arts, will devote its Friday, January 14 performance to benefit the non-profit organization CRE Outreach.
Starring Luca Ellis and the 12-piece Paul Litteral Orchestra in an imaginary TV taping featuring dozens of the great hits immortalized by a Certain Famous Blue-Eyed Crooner From Hoboken, from “That’s Life” to “One For My Baby” to “New York, New York,” and so many more. Video of the show is below.
In pursuit of its motto, “Transforming Lives, One Show at a Time,” CRE Outreach works with blind and disabled actors and at-risk youth, including Changing Perceptions, the nation’s only entirely blind acting troupe.
Congratulation to Jeremy Aldridge, director of “Hoboken to Hollywood,” the newest board member of CRE Outreach.
For more information on CRE Outreach, click here.
For more information on the show, including showtimes and tickets, please visit their official website.