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Saban Theatre
8440 Wilshire Blvd. Beverly Hills, CA 90211
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"Building It Together 2": A Tribute to Doris Roberts
17 ratings
3.8 average rating
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50 events
31 reviews
3 stars
attended Dec 02 2007

With three of the five headliners cancelling (Bard Garrett, Wayne Brady and Lily Tomlin), show was a bit of a bust -- but Jason Alexander saved the day. The advertised "open bar" was truly a cash bar, and the silent auction winners board could...continued

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28 reviews
34 stars
attended Dec 02 2007

Thoroughly enjoyed the various performance that normally I would not go & watch... Opened my eyes to the various talents available. A great escape for one night. The quality of the performance I have not been on stage since Ed Sullivan... ...continued

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19 reviews
8 stars
attended Dec 02 2007

Ray Romano was hillarious. I brought my mom and I've never seen her laugh so much. There were cool things at the silent auction that were affordable. Doris Roberts looked great. There were celebrities in the audience. I ran into Thao from Days of...continued

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Jason Alexander, Wayne Brady, Dixie Carter, Brad Garrett, Larry Miller, Ray Romano and Lily Tomlin lead an array of luminaries from stage, television and film to honor Doris Roberts at this year’s Building It Together fundraising event.

Honoree Doris Roberts (Everybody Loves Raymond) is a 50-year veteran of stage, television and film who has earned five Emmy Awards and 12 Emmy nominations. She has won the TV Guide Award, an American Comedy Award and an Outer Critics Circle Award for her stage work. Doris helped found the Children Affected by AIDS Foundation and last year was named Cultural Ambassador to the U.S. State Department.

There will be a silent auction and cocktails an hour before the show.

Proceeds from the event go to Camelot Artists, the nonprofit theatre company of the Beverly Hills Playhouse. Monies raised will go toward completing needed renovations, hiring valuable staff members and funding Camelot’s community outreach programs, including Arts in Action.