What a Pair! Breast Cancer Benefit Honoring Renee Zellweger & Nanci Ryder
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The last date listed for What a Pair! was Friday April 8, 2005 / 8:00pm.
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My daughters and I thoroughly enjoyed the show. It would have been better if we were situated in the center section of the balcony since there were several vacant seats. We had to crane our necks to see the performers on the left of the stage....continued
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What a Pair!
was first staged in February 2002 at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre and raised nearly $100,000 for the Revlon/UCLA Breast Center, one of the world’s most successful and renowned breast cancer research and treatment facilities. The second What a Pair! in 2004 attracted over 1000 guests and more than doubled the proceeds it raised for research at the Center. What a Pair! 3 is anticipated to more than double that success yet again. Proceeds from this year’s event will benefit Center Director Dr. Helena Chang’s breast cancer vaccine research – the results of which should be apparent within our lifetimes!
Honorees: Renee Zellweger & Nanci Ryder
Performers (*subject to availability): Donna Bullock, Veanne Cox, Taylor Dane, Loretta Devine, Merrin Dungey, Joely Fisher, Deborah Gibson, Lauren Graham, Lili Haydn, Elaine Hendrix, Telma Hopkins, Shirley Jones, Sally Kellerman, Vicki Lewis, Ann Magnuson, Karen Morrow, Valarie Pettiford, Annie Potts, Lea Salonga, Jean Smart, Lea Thompson, Leslie Ann Warren, Maggie Wheeler, Kathleen Wilhoite, Marissa Jaret Winokur, Charlayne Woodard and many more!
About the Ticket Supplier: What A Pair
What a Pair! is a non-profit 501c3 that was created when a personal tragedy motivated three Hollywood producers to do something to give back. Founders Jo Levi DiSante, Ruth Stalford, and Jody Price believe that by partnering the right people with the right organizations, and allowing folks to share their talent and expertise, we can effect change and enrich lives.
We benefit Cedars-Sinai breast cancer research and education programs at the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute. Â One hundred percent of the net proceeds will support breast cancer research and education, directed by Armando E. Giuliano, MD, and Edward H. Phillips, MD, co-directors of the Saul and Joyce Brandman Breast Center.