No Bully Presents

Broadway Against Bullying 2020

A One Night Only Cabaret of Broadway Stars

Monday, March 09, 2020

Doors: 6:00pm / Show: 7:00pm

Join us for a one-night-only cabaret featuring stars from some of Broadway’s biggest musicals! Broadway Against Bullying is a profound evening of stories and song, which benefits No Bully’s mission to eradicate bullying and cyberbullying worldwide. Past performers include: Hamilton’s Lexi Lawson, The Book of Mormon’s Kevin Duda, Mamma Mia’s Jessica Kenan Wynn, Anastasia’s Derek Klena, Zorro’s Lesli Margherita and Aladdin’s Telly Leung, Tony and Emmy Award Winning Executive Producer: Michael J. Moritz Jr.

No Bully is a nonprofit organization that is building sustainable social and emotional strategies that ignite empathy and kindness in our youth. Schools trained in the No Bully System have an over 90% success rate in ending bullying incidents and are able to sustain bully-free campuses long term. Since its founding in 2003, No Bully has served over 300 schools, more than 300,000 students and trained 16,000+ teachers by partnering with institutions, families, parents and students to teach the healthy use of power, compassion towards others and inclusivity.

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Saturday, May 28, 2022
An All-Star Band Explores the Music of David Gilmour's Pink Floyd
ft. Jeff Pevar (CSN, Phil Lesh), Kasim Sulton (Todd Rundgren, Patti Smith), Prairie Prince (Todd Rundgren, The Tubes), Mark Karan (Bob Weir's RatDog, The Other Ones) & Scott Guberman (Phil Lesh)
Show | 8:00pm

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