Tony Winner Sutton Foster Will Host Humane Society Gala

Benefits and Galas   Tony Winner Sutton Foster Will Host Humane Society Gala
 
The Younger and Anything Goes star will host To the Rescue!
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Two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster will host The Humane Society of the United States’ 2018 To the Rescue! gala November 9 at Cipriani on 42nd Street.

The event supports the Humane Society’s work to rescue animals in crisis, in addition to providing for their care, placement, and re-homing when necessary.

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A passionate animal advocate, Foster adopted a rescue dog named Mabel from Texas in 2014. The dachshund-terrier mix frequently appears on Foster’s instagram. Foster is also active with Broadway Barks!, the annual pet adoption event co-founded by Bernadette Peters and the late Mary Tyler Moore.

“I am excited to host the Humane Society of the United States’ gala. Animal welfare has always been a passion for me, and to help raise money for heroic efforts to save animals who would otherwise have no one to help them is truly an honor," Foster said in a statement. "I hope that our work at the gala raises funds to save thousands of additional animals in the United States and around the world.”

For tickets visit humanesociety.org/totherescueny.

Foster has been a special guest performer on Playbill's Broadway on the High Seas cruises. Cabins are now on sale for Playbill’s Broadway on the Rhône River 2 cruise April 7–14, 2019, featuring Melissa Errico, Norm Lewis, Rebecca Luker, Marc Kudisch, and Seth Rudetsky, and Broadway in Bordeaux With Michael Feinstein September 1–9, 2019, with other celebrity guests to be announced! Call Playbill Travel for tickets at 866-455-6789 or visit PlaybillTravel.com.

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