LISTENERS ! offer a ticket offer with a donation of canned food

It was announced today that Showstoppers! Spectacular Costumes from Stage & Screen, the interactive costume exhibit in the heart of Times Square, will feature a ‘Buy One, Get One Free’ ticket offer for guests bringing canned goods to the exhibit on Tuesday 23rd November, Wednesday November 24, and Friday November 26 from 11 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. All donated canned goods will benefit City Harvest, New York City’s largest food rescue organization, which helps feed more than 1.5 million New Yorkers who struggle to get meals on their tables. Customers who wish to take advantage of this offer must purchase tickets directly at the door of Showstoppers !, at 234 W. 42nd Street (formerly the home of Modell’s).

“As we enter our final weeks at Showstoppers !, we wanted to focus more on the spirit of giving,” said co-executive producer Kevin Duda. “We could think of few better ways than to partner with such a wonderful organization as City Harvest before our doors close on December 5th.”

All canned products must be non-perishable cans with commercial labels that have not passed their expiration date. For the benefit of the Costume Industry Coalition, a new group formed in 2020 to advocate for the survival of New York City’s bespoke costume industry, tickets to Showstoppers! (starting at $ 30.00) are currently on sale through December 5 at ShowstoppersNYC.com.

ABOUT SHOWSTOPPERS: Designed by award-winning international exhibition company Thinc Design, the 20,000 square foot space showcases over 100 of the most beautiful and intricate garments in the industry. Confirmed exhibits include costumes from Broadway, Off Broadway, and nationwide tours including A Soldier’s Play, Aladdin, Chicago, Come From Away, The Cher Show, Dear Evan Hansen, Frozen, Golden Child, Hamilton, The Lion King, Moulin Rouge ! The musical, The Phantom of the Opera, SIX, Wicked; “The Wonderful Mrs. Maisel,” “Dickinson” and “Saturday Night Live” on TV; Film’s Respect and No Time to Die, as well as costumes from the world of dance (including American Ballet Theater, Martha Graham Dance Company, New York City Ballet and San Francisco Ballet), Opera, Disney World, Norwegian Cruise Line, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey®, Broadway Bares and more. For the benefit of the Costume Industry Coalition, a new group created in 2020 to advocate for the survival of New York City’s bespoke costume industry, Showstoppers! was featured in The New York Times and on NPRs “Morning Edition”.

Showstoppers! is produced by the Costume Industry Coalition and Artisans Guild of America, in partnership with Madison International Realty, Kaplen Brothers Fund, No Guarantees, Kevin Duda Productions and Thinc Design.

For more information, please click here: ShowstoppersNYC.com.


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