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Cast of Jersey Boys to Raise Money for HIV in Benefit Cabaret 

Cast of Jersey Boys to Raise Money for HIV in Benefit Cabaret 

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See the award-winning cast in a special performance while you can.

If you live in (or are visiting) the San Francisco Bay Area, mark your calendars for this one-night-only special event. On Monday, February 1, the Richmond/Ermet AIDS Foundation (REAF) will present a cabaret benefit with members from the touring cast of the award-winning Broadway show, Jersey Boys.

Join in the fun with a night of music, dance, and comedy benefiting REAF and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

Founded by the late Barbara Richmond and Peggy Ermet, REAF provides aid for HIV services, hunger programs and support for the homeless and disenfranchised youth in the Bay Area. For 20 years the agency has focused on AIDS services, but with the recent advancements in HIV treatment, agency leaders expanded their reach in order to have a greater impact on a local level.

Broadway Cares/Equity Fight AIDS is a New York-based nonprofit organization that raises money for HIV and AIDS-related causes across the U.S.. The nonprofit was established in 1988 and showcases the music, and talents of select cast members from a variety of shows to raise money in partnership with various organizations.

The Benefit Cabaret is Monday, February 1, 2016. It begins at 7:30 p.m. at the Brava Theater in San Francisco. Advanced tickets are on sale now and start at $35.

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