Worcester, MA (PRWEB) October 02, 2012
Madison Lynch, a freshman at Wachusett Regional High School in Holden, MA, will appear as a guest vocalist of John McDermott, founder of the Irish Tenors, on stage at The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts on October 13, 2012. A NIGHT OF MUSIC AND COMEDY TO BENEFIT ST. JOHN’S FOOD FOR THE POOR will feature three entertainment greats: Norm Crosby, Virgil S. Gibson and John McDermott. Miss Lynch will join Mr. McDermott in a reverent rendition of “Ave Maria.”
A resident of Sterling, MA, Miss Lynch has performed throughout central Massachusetts, starring in featured roles including, “The Sound of Music,” “Annie,” “Anne of Green Gables,” and “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.” A member of the Honors Choir at Wachusett, Miss Lynch has studied voice and dance for the past several years and has performed in school and church choirs as a featured soloist. To appear with John McDermott, a world-renowned artist, is “a dream come true” for this young vocalist. Honoring the work done daily by the volunteers at St. John’s will be a humbling experience for Madison Lynch.
Tickets to A NIGHT OF MUSIC AND COMEDY TO BENEFIT ST. JOHN’S FOOD FOR THE POOR are $25 and $45, with limited VIP seats available for $100. Help us fight hunger today by purchasing tickets online at TheHanoverTheatre.org, calling 877.571.SHOW (7469) or visiting The Hanover Theatre Box Office located at 2 Southbridge Street in downtown Worcester. Proceeds from this evening will help close the gap on the funds needed to build the new St. John’s Food for the Poor Center. For those who cannot attend that evening, we ask that you please consider donating directly online at StJohnsFoodforthePoor.org.
About The Hanover Theatre
The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts, located in downtown Worcester, New England’s second largest city, is recognized by Pollstar as one of the Top 50 Theatres in the World. After undergoing many name changes and renovations over the decades since its 1926 birth, The Hanover Theatre reopened in March 2008 following a $32 million historic restoration. Since then, the theatre has established its place as a rich entertainment and cultural venue, winning numerous awards, including The National Trust for Historic Preservation Award in 2010. Now in its fifth season, The Hanover Theatre continues to expose over 170,000 annual patrons to world-class entertainment in the form of Broadway, concerts, comedians and much more. For more information, visit TheHanoverTheatre.org. Worcester Center for the Performing Arts, a registered not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization, owns and operates The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts. All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.
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Chairman, St. John’s Food for the Poor Committee
800.343.0939 ext. 0110
554 Main St
Worcester, MA 01608