As previously announced, All My Children co-stars Bobbie Eakes, Natalie Hall and Chrishell Stause and General Hospital’s Bradford Anderson and Brandon Barash will star in the ABC Daytime and the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center benefit performances of Kander & Ebb’s award-winning musical revue, The World Goes ‘Round. The performances will be held on October 7, 9 and 10 at the Gay & Lesbian Center’s Renberg Theatre, and net proceeds will raise much needed funds for its Jeffrey Goodman Special Care Clinic.
The three show engagement will feature hosts from All My Children, Cameron Mathison on Thursday, October 7th Christina Bennett Lind on Saturday, October 9th and Walt Willey on Sunday, October 10th. Each host will welcome the audience, take questions and offer exclusive storyline previews for future episodes of All My Children, General Hospital and One Life to Live! (hosts are subject to change).
ABC Daytime has a long standing history and commitment to telling stories that represent the honest portrayal of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people on their television shows. Their groundbreaking All My Children storyline featured Erica Kane’s daughter, Bianca, as the first longstanding character to come out on daytime television. In the years since, ABC’s daytime programming has consistently been in the forefront of presenting realistic, as well as entertaining, LGBT characters.
For patrons who purchase VIP-level tickets, there will be a private reception following each performance with the host and the entire cast. Tickets are available for purchase on-line at www.lagaycenter.org/worldgoesround. The Renberg Theatre is located at The Village at Ed Gould Plaza is located at 1125 N. McCadden Place, Los Angeles CA.