An Evening with Sondheim, Schwarz, and Webber
October 8 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Silent Auction 7pm | Performance 8pm
Voices of Hope’s “March to a Million” campaign is nearing the finish line – having donated more than $900,000 to cancer research! To continue advancing towards this incredibly ambitious and significant goal, a fall gala is underway, crafted to attract and engage a broad audience through a production that celebrates musical theater’s most beloved composers. An Evening with Sondheim, Schwarz, and Webber promises a rousing theatrical experience of song and dance that celebrates the work of some of Broadway’s finest: Stephen Sondheim (West Side Story, Into the Woods, Company), Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Pippin, Godspell), and Andrew Lloyd Webber (Phantom of the Opera, Jesus Christ Superstar, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat).
The music of these luminary contemporary artists is credited with changing the face of theatrical performance and laying the groundwork for a new generation of creativity, demonstrated by their bold new visions, direction, and vision (e.g., Lin Manuel Miranda; In the Heights, Hamilton, Jason Robert Brown; The Last 5 Years, Songs for a New World, etc.)
Similarly, donations through Voices of Hope directly support bold new directions of cancer research. Immunotherapy, as well as the incredible advances in genomics and targeted therapies, are creating a whole new generation of treatment options and increased hope for both current and future generations of individuals and families impacted by cancer.
Prior to the pandemic, Voices of Hope were starting the last act of their” March to a Million” fundraising campaign. Having survived a prolonged and unanticipated intermission through the power of ingenuity, community, and resilience, they are now back for a grand finale!
To date, Voices of Hope have donated more than $900,000 to cancer research. Your support will help them meet their million-dollar goal and exceed it! For the cost of a ticket, you will be part of their amazing journey; helping to make cancer history one song at a time!
Proceeds from An Evening with Sondheim, Schwartz, and Webberbenefit the Termeer Center for Targeted Therapies at MGH Cancer Center. Tickets are available now the link below. $75 (Rows A-C) | $50 (Rows D-J) | $40 (Rows K-P). Visit vohboston.org for more information