Broadway stars create a ‘Sensation’ for Israel

JNF is raising the funds to build an amphitheater in Beersheba; event will be broadcast live in Times Square, feature over 100 performers.

May 16, 2011 04:24
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Dudu Fisher and Tovah Feldshuh

Dudu Fisher and Tovah Feldshuh 311. (photo credit: Courtesy)

NEW YORK – On Monday night, the Great White Way of Broadway will light up as stars, including Dudu Fisher and Tovah Feldshuh, perform in “Broadway Sensation,” a benefit celebrating Israel’s future.

The event, which will raise proceeds for the Jewish National Fund, the OR Movement and the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, will be broadcast live in Times Square, and feature over 100 performers from popular shows including Wicked, The Scottsboro Boys and Next to Normal.

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“This event highlights Israel’s young, vibrant culture – filled with excitement and desire for a better, stable future,” OR Movement’s US Director and Executive Producer for the event, Shai Baitel, said in a press release.

“This night will be filled with stars of Broadway and stars of David.”

“Throughout my career, I have been most fortunate to portray strong Jewish women, steeped in their faith and values. May this night sing to its audience about the love of the arts and the love of a country, called Israel,” Feldshuh said.

“A concert as varied and star-studded as this is a wonderful way to show Israel’s contributions to the world, its energy, vision and talents,” Ronald Lauder, chairman of the board of Jewish National Fund, said in a statement.

JNF is raising the funds to build an amphitheater in Beersheba.

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