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Defying Inequality--The Cast of WICKED with special guest, Jo Anne Worley
(Performance)

One Special Event - Monday, January 12th
A MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA EVENING

Featuring Cast members from the four
North American companies of WICKED in:

☆ ☆ ☆ - - DEFYING INEQUALITY - - ☆ ☆ ☆


FEATURING:
☆ Eden Espinosa
☆ Megan Hilty
☆ Jo Anne Worley - Special Guest
☆ Jason Graae
☆ Shoshana Bean
☆ and so many more

** See Additional Cast in "Cast/Crew" Section

Runs
Mon, Jan 12 – Mon, Jan 12
Monday, January 12 at 8pm
Show Calendar

BUY TICKETS
$200/seat at Sponsorship Table (up to 4 seats/table)
$60 General Admission

Special Show Info
Running time: 90 minutes.
Doors open at 7:30pm, Performance at 8pm with party to follow. Sorry, 21 and up! The Factory is a bar/club atmosphere. Sponsorship tables will be located at premium positions to view the performance and enjoy the party. General Admission tickets allow you entrance to the venue for the performance and party, but may consist of Standing Room Only.

The FACTORY
652 North La Peer Drive
West Hollywood, CA  90069
Area Map

Special Theatre Info
The theatre has concessions.

Reservations
(323) 960-7776

On Monday, January 12, cast members from the four North American companies of WICKED will host DEFYING INEQUALITY, a special evening of benefit cabaret performances promoting equality and civil rights. Held simultaneously in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Louisville (where the National Tour is performing), and featuring cast members from WICKED as well as special guest performers, these special one- night only events will benefit Empire State Pride Agenda, Equality California, Garden State Equality and Vermont Freedom to Marry, four charitable organizations working to legislate equality and protect civil rights for the gay and lesbian community. Each of the DEFYING INEQUALITY events will feature different musical performances that support WICKED'S theme of acceptance and illuminate the musicalís message that people should not be judged on first impressions. Performing on their night off from the musical hit, the WICKED cast members and musicians from New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Louisville will be joined by local theatre performers who also recognize that in these divisive times we must come together to support one anotherís rights throughout the country