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New York, NY – January 27, 2014 – I have committed to fund-raise for the following:
1) a vocational training center
2) an English and computer training center
3) and girls’ and women’s feminine products
Support this mission on 2/7 by attending the murder mystery.
As a gift you will get to sit in on the filming of my cabaret commercial.
Get your ticket—> here. Please share. #ECLIPSED
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diet and economic issues – while also providing support and guidance when it does occur.
The Omega Sigma chapter in Newport News, VA celebrated and continues to celebrate the support they get from the Philos.
NYC & Washington D.C. (January 22, 2014) – Martha Reeves, a Motown Legend and proud member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, first hit the charts with the Vandellas in 1963, and she hasn’t slowed down since. With a catalog of hits that includes party favorites “(Love Is Like a) Heat Wave,” “Nowhere to Run,” “Jimmy Mack” and “Dancing in the Street,” Reeves has been called the Queen of Motown and has worked with everyone from Marvin Gaye and James Brown to Bruce Springsteen, Beverly Sills and Rance Allen. Now some 50 years into her incredible career, Reeves is still touring full-time, earning rave reviews for her unforgettable live shows.
Whether on or off-stage, Soror Martha Reeves zeroes in on matters that are important to the effective building and oftentimes re-building of communities. From gala fundraisers to testifying for artists’ rights and to serving on the Detroit City Council Soror Martha Reeves is determined to make a difference in the lives of people.To that end and as a result, she was inducted into the sisterhood in 2008. She and the sisterhood intend continued efforts to ensure the betterment of the community-at-large.
For more information about Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, contact Soror Adrienne Unae. She is a dancer, singer and actor, a 501©3 production company and the Public Relations Officer for the Northeastern Region of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority. She has historically used theatre and dance to foster enhancement of social, life, impulse control and anger management skills to “underserved” and “at risk” youth and women in various parts of the world. She, Martha Reeves and Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority look forward to seeing you this weekend.
This weekend’s showtimes are:
Friday, January 24th, 8pm at B.B. King on 42nd Street in Times Square, NYC – $35 Click
Saturday January 25th, 8pm at the Historic Howard Theatre in Washington, DC.- $30 Click
New York, NY – January 14, 2014 – Adrienne Unae. a dancer, singer and actor, a 501©3 production company and proud member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, has historically used theatre and dance to foster enhancement of social, life, impulse control and anger management skills to “underserved” and “at risk” youth and women in various parts of the world. While Adrienne Unae has committed to assist with a vocational training center as well as an English and computer training center in two East Africa (Kenya) villages, she is excited to announce her Midtown Manhattan based theatrical show, Eclipsed – a murder mystery, that will further support her mission. The show plays January 24th, 31st and February 7th. Persons interested in volunteering should email her.
Become celebrated guests of Lord and Lady Moon at the coveted Annual Moonlight Masquerade Charity Gala. A diamond necklace mysteriously disappears and you know what happens next. With this hilarious cast of aristocratic characters, mayhem is the appetizer, madness the main course and murder is served up a la carte!
Three Other Ways To Support
- Purchase a ticket to “Eclipsed”, a hilarious murder mystery written by Lisa Patrick-Wilkinson. This audience participation mystery/comedy show plays on Fridays 1/24, 1/31 and 2/7 at 8:30pm and 10:30pm each night The Café at Broadway located at 310 W. 53rd Street in Manhattan. Tickets are $25 each and tax deductible. 10% of ticket sales will be equally divided between the two centers. Purchase.
- Book this 50 minute long show as a fundraiser for your organization by contacting Adrienne Unae.
- Make a donation of any size here.