Broadway superstars Marin Mazzie and Melba Moore will headline the sixth annual benefit for Autism New Jersey at Montclair State University's Memorial Auditorium. The two amazing performers will be joined by comedienne Sunda Croonquist, making her sixth appearance at the event, as well as mentalist Manlow, returning for the second time, and Rochelle Park eighth grader Jodi DiPiazza. Montclair State University's musical theater department's "Freshman Revue" will also perform.
Headliners Marin Mazzie and Melba Moore are Broadway royalty. Mazzie, a three-time Tony nominee and 2000 Outer Critics Award winner, has starred in "Ragtime," "Passion," "Kiss Me Kate," "Spamelot," and the 2008 New York Philharmonic production of "Camelot." She last appeared as Anna in the Lincoln Center production of "The King and I." Moore won a Tony Award for "Purlie," and is also a three time Grammy nominee. She made her Broadway debut in "Hair." They hit the stage together for "Stars Shine on Autism," where the audience can expect spectacular performances.
All proceeds from the event go to Autism New Jersey. Tickets are $15.