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AIDS Activist Sheryl Lee Ralph’s 'DIVAS'

By Charlotte Robinson, October 17, 2011
LOS ANGELES -- The 21st annual DIVAS Simply Singing! for a 21st century cure for HIV/AIDS promises to be another night not to be missed! Actress, activist & the show’s creator Sheryl Lee Ralph is happy to announce the all-star line up for the 21st annual Divas Simply Singing! AIDS benefit concert including: Kelly Price, Jenifer Lewis, Hip-Hop artist YoYo, gospel great LaShun Pace, Frenchie Davis from NBC’s The Voice & the 2010 winners of Verizon’s How Sweet the Sound “The Voices of Destiny Choir & so many more. Along with a reunion of Broadway’s original DreamGirls, Jennifer Holliday, Loretta Devine & Sheryl Lee Ralph on the same stage celebrating 30 years of the play’s iconic debut! Paying tribute to the ladies, singer Tony Terry will be the resident Divo. The pre-show is hosted by actress Niecy Nash. DIVAS Simply Singing! takes place Saturday, Oct. 22, at 7:30P at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre, 4401 West 8th Street, Los Angeles. Tickets prices range from $35 to $250.
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1 comment:

Sheryl Lee Ralph said...

We must commit to the fact that AIDS is no longer a GAY disease. We must open our eyes to the realization that women and children are afflicted across this planet everyday by this insidious creature known as AIDS. We must show compassion for our brothers and sisters who struggle everyday. When I say no 'NO GLOVE - NO LOVE' I mean it.

DIVAS is a tribute to all those we have lost to HIV/AIDS and to all those who continue to fight the good fight. Join us for DIVAS Simply Singing! with Grammy Winner Kelly Price, Tony Winner Jennifer Holliday, Emmy Winner Loretta Devine and more on Saturday, October 22, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre, 4401 West 8th Street, Los Angeles. For Info and tickets: www.brownpapertickets.com

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