The Port Washington Chapter of CancerCare is proud to present the Red Stocking Revue this March. This year’s theme is “Don’t Stop Believing” – a retro romp through the music of the ’80s.
CancerCare is a national organization that provides financial assistance, counseling, support groups, and more for those with cancer, their caregivers, and the bereaved. All cast members become CancerCare of Port Washington members.
The Red Stocking Revue showcases some incredibly talented local singers, actors, and dancers who are all members of CancerCare. This includes our famous Red Stocking Revue Kickline. From our adorable children to our amazing tweens and our youthful veterans, you will be entertained with a variety of musical and comedic numbers. A team of dedicated volunteers writes song parodies and comedic skits for thirteen local business sponsors, which are performed as part of the show for a unique tribute.
The show raises thousands of dollars for CancerCare every year.
Performances of the Red Stocking Revue 2020 run from Thursday, March 26 to Saturday, March 28 at 8 p.m. and on Sunday, March 29 at 2 p.m. at the Paul D. Schreiber High School in Port Washington.
For tickets and more information visit www.RedStockingRevue.org. Follow them at facebook.com/redstockingrevue and @CancerCarePW on Twitter and Instagram for updates and more information about upcoming shows.
The Red Stocking Revue is underwritten by the Peter and Jeri Dejana Family Foundation. This generous donation helps to offset the cost of printing tickets and journals, advertising costs and production expenses.
Submitted by CancerCare of Port Washington