Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley will host Theatre Development Fund's Broadway Breakfast benefit at City Winery October 25 at 8 AM. The event will mark the not-for-profit's first large-scale, in-person event since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The event will also include the presentation of the inaugural Victoria Bailey Impact Award, which will be given to the Dream Center Harlem, as well as the TDF Founders Award, which will be given to nine-time Tony nominee Scott Ellis. The Dream Center Harlem is honored for its partnership in TDF's Community programs since 2015, and Ellis is honored for his dedication in mentoring hundreds of students over the past 25 years through TDF’s Wendy Wasserstein Project.
All funds raised at TDF’s Broadway Breakfast will provide support for the not-for-profit’s wide range of Accessibility, School and Community programs that ensure the arts are accessible to all.
The Broadway Breakfast Benefit Committee includes Holly Cohen, Kittie Fahey, Mia Gonzalez, Devin Grossman, Nicole Hart, Meg Herrman, Erica Horwitz, Jennifer Kahn, Zak Karim, Jacqueline LiCalzi, Gwen Marcus, and Earl Weiner. The benefit co-chairs are Tony-winning producer Dale A. Mott and Tony-winning costume designer and producer Clint Ramos.
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