At the request of Daniel Craig and Hugh Jackman, A Steady Rain will add one additional performance on the final day of their limited engagement, Sunday, December 6th at 7pm, to benefit New Yorkers For Children and the NYCPBA Widows & Children’s Fund.
All proceeds generated by this additional performance at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre (236 West 45th Street) will benefit these two wonderful local charities. This is the final opportunity to see one of the most celebrated theatrical events of the season. This acclaimed, record-breaking play has been virtually sold out since the beginning of its limited 14-week run.
A Steady Rain tells the story of two cops who are lifelong friends and their differing accounts of a few harrowing days that changed their lives forever.
Tickets are now available for purchase exclusively through NYFC by phone. Please call 646-257-2927 to buy tickets. These special tickets are priced at $500 for Premium Orchestra seats and $250 for Preferred Orchestra and Front-Row Mezzanine seats, of which $140 per ticket is non-tax deductible.
Beginning this Friday, November 20 at 9am, the remaining tickets for this absolute final performance of A Steady Rain will also be available via Telecharge (www.telecharge.com and 212-239-6200) and the box office ranging from $66.50 to $140.00 (non-tax deductible).
New Yorkers For Children (NYFC) is the non-profit organization that partners with the Administration for Children’s Services to improve the lives of children in foster care in New York City. Since 1996, NYFC has made a difference in the lives of these youth through college scholarships, tutoring programs, job training, and networking opportunities. There are almost 17,000 children in foster care in New York City, and NYFC is committed to providing them with the essential tools to become successful, self-sufficient adults. For more information about New Yorkers For Children, please visit www.newyorkersforchildren.org.
The NYCPBA Widows’ and Children’s Fund provides aid and assistance to widows, widowers and eligible dependents of police officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty. Eligibility is defined as all widows, widowers and children of active police officers who lose their lives in the line of duty as the Directors may deem either worthy of or otherwise in need of relief or assistance. For more information about the NYCPBA Widows’ and Children’s Fund, please visit www.nycpba.org/fund.
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