Hollywood and Broadway Unite for 23rd Annual ‘A Night at Sardi’s’ Benefit

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Kimberly Williams Paisley and Maria Shriver
Kimberly Williams Paisley and Maria Shriver

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Hollywood and Broadways stars came together on Wednesday for the 23rd annual A Night at Sardi’s benefit in support of the Alzheimer’s Association, which honored the cast of Still Alice (the film for which Julianne Moore won her recent Best Actress Academy Award) as well as New Kids on the Block singer Joey McIntyre. 

Jason Alexander
Jason Alexander

Photo Credit: InvisionThe star-studded event featured special appearances and performances by some of television, film and Broadway’s hottest talent covering songs in “Broadway’s Best”: a musical revue featuring iconic Broadway tunes from Wicked, Guys and Dolls, Hairspray, DreamGirls, and Hello Dolly!

 After the filmmakers and cast of Still Alice, including executive producer Maria Shriver, received the Abe Burrows Entertainment Award, and McIntyre received the Caregiver of the Year Award, the revue began. Performers and participants included the cast of The Big Bang Theory (Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, Johnny Galecki, Simon Helberg, Kunal Nayyar, Jim Parsons and Melissa Rauch), Jason Alexander, Beau Bridges, Ali Fedotowsky, Ben Feldman, Josh Gad, Zachary Levi, Lauren Miller, Brad Paisley, Kimberly Williams-Paisley,  Hunter Parrish,  Grace Potter, Jessica Sanchez,  Lea Thompson and Steven Weber.

Zachary Levi
Zachary Levi

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A Night at Sardi’s raises funds for the Alzheimer’s Association to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health. The Alzheimer’s Association is the world’s leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research.

Laurie Burrows Grad and Peter Grad have co-chaired this annual event for 23 years in honor of Laurie’s father, the late Tony and Pulitzer-winning playwright and director Abe Burrows.  The event has contributed more than $25 million in support of the Alzheimer’s Association critical Alzheimer’s care, support and research programs.

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