October 16, 2021

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Tina Phi hosts benefit from ‘Best Broadway’ on NBC

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Tina Phi will host “One Night One: The Best of Broadway”, a two-hour top music performance that will raise money for the Broadway community on NBC next month.

The musical telecast is set for December 10 and will celebrate Broadway, which has been closed since March 2020 due to the coronavirus epidemic and will remain closed until 2021. The special time donations will help provide healthcare, financial aid, groceries and medicine NBC is donating to Universal Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS.

“Nothing to be Proud of – The Life and Times of the Temptations,” “Chicago,” “Jagged Little Pill,” “Diana: The Musical,” “Jersey Boys,” “Mean Girls,” Occupy the streets of the city. Kelly Clarkson, Brett Eldridge and Patty Label will serve on television.

“As Broadway became paralyzed at current events, it was no more important to show this incredible performance and remind the audience of their extraordinary talent to get back on stage,” said Doug Vaughn, executive vice president of special programs for NBC Entertainment. “We are proud to partner with Broadway Care and do our part to help people in that intensive community at this difficult time.”

The telecast will feature Analigh Asford, Lance Bass, Kristen Bell, Ron Sifas Jones, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Peter Gallagher, Josh Groban, Jack Gillenhall, San Hayes, Nathan Lane, Camerin Mannheim, Alanis Morrison, Alanis Morriset, Jerry , Billy Porter, John Stamos, Aaron Towet, Blair Underwood, Vanessa Williams, Susan Kelchi Watson and “Harry Potter and the Cropped Child”.

“I’m thrilled to be a part of this night, raising money for Broadway Cares and seeing these mega talents do their best,” said Faye, whose Broadway adaptation of her 2004 film “Min Girls” has achieved 12. Tony nominated.

“One Night Oli: The Best of Broadway” will also give a smooth peek into shows and musicals in 2021. It is a Brad Lachman production produced by Lakman as executive producer. Bill Bracken co-executive producer. The special will air on NBC on December 10 from 8 a.m. ET / PT

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