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The Wiltern
3790 Wilshire Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90010
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"What a Pair! 4" - A Celebrity Benefit Concert
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The fourth annual What A Pair!, a concert of Broadway songs performed by an eclectic array of “pairs” of celebrity women, takes center stage at The Wiltern/LG Theatre. This enchanting evening of Broadway caliber musical theater duets will feature performances by some of Hollywood’s most accomplished and talented women in film, television, and music to benefit breast cancer research. Since its inception in 2002, What A Pair! has raised over $600,000 for breast cancer research, and this year will support the research being done at the John Wayne Cancer Institute (JWCI).

Among the stars slated to perform are Jessica Biel, Loretta Devine (Crash_), Joely Fisher (Desperate Housewives_), Marg Helgenberger (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation_), Lea Thompson (Caroline in the City_), Jean Louisa Kelly (Yes, Dear), Jorja Fox (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation), Katey Sagal (8 Simple Rules), Samantha Harris _(E! News Live), Kathleen Wilhoite (Gilmore Girls_), Sharon Lawrence (NYPD Blue), Rosa Blasi _(Strong Medicine) _and many more! Jamie Lee Curtis will be opening the show and is chairing the Host Committee for the event, which includes Penny Marshall and Marcia Cross.

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.