Proceeds from this event will help support children who stutter from families-in-need.
Click Below to Purchase Standard Concert Tickets at the Irvington Town Hall Theater Box Office
$600: Full Page Ad & special recognition in event program
$300: Half Page Ad & special recognition in event program
$150: Quarter Page Ad & special recognition in event program
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Kelli O’Hara has unequivocally established herself as one of Broadway’s great leading ladies. Her portrayal of Anna Leonowens in the critically acclaimed revival of The King and I garnered her the 2015 Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical, along with Grammy, Drama League and Outer Critics nominations. Kelli reprised her Tony-winning role while making her West End debut this past summer to rave reviews. Her extensive Broadway credits include The Bridges of Madison County (Tony, Drama Desk, Drama League, OCC nominations), Nice Work if You Can Get It (Tony, Drama Desk, Drama League, OCC nominations), South Pacific (Tony, Drama Desk, OCC nominations) The Pajama Game (Tony, Drama Desk, OCC nominations), The Light in the Piazza (Tony & Drama Desk nominations), Sweet Smell of Success, Follies, Dracula, and Jekyll & Hyde.
Kelli recently received her first Emmy nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series for her work in The Accidental Wolf and appears in Season 2 of the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why. She spent this spring returning to The Metropolitan Opera, playing Despina in Cosi fan tutte.
Kelli O’Hara’s concerts have gained international acclaim, spanning from New York’s Carnegie Hall all the way to Tokyo, Japan. Kelli also has numerous film and television credits, soundtracks, cast recordings and two solo albums.
Broadway's golden girl and luminous star!
The Stuttering Association for the Young is a national 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides support, advocacy and life-changing experiences for young people who stutter, ages 3-18. Since 2001, SAY has offered comprehensive and innovative programs that address the physical, social, and emotional impacts of stuttering. Through summer camp, regional day camps, speech therapy, and creative arts programming, SAY builds a community of acceptance, friendship, and encouragement where young people who stutter can develop the confidence and communication skills they need to thrive.
This year alone, SAY will underwrite over $1,500,000 in programming costs, to ensure access to all children in need. To date, no child has ever been turned away due to a family’s inability to pay.