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Broadway Ticket Buyers and The John Gore Organization Donate $1 Million To BC/EFA

When theaters across the country shut down in March, countless theater fans who had previously purchased tickets to Broadway and national touring shows suddenly had their plans canceled. In an act of unparalleled generosity, Broadway Across America gave purchasers the option to donate the value of their unused tickets to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. The John Gore Organization this week added to their customers’ goodwill, bringing the total donation to Broadway Cares to an astounding $1 million.

“We are overwhelmingly grateful for the staggering generosity of our ticket buyers,” said John Gore, owner and CEO of the John Gore Organization. “It is wonderful to see thousands of individuals making the choice to support those in need.”

“When we launched this initiative, we understood we had a unique opportunity to help, but we had no idea how many people would contribute their tickets and join in our efforts to help the

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YOUR PROGRAM IS YOUR TICKET Podcast Welcomes Artistic Stamp to 79th Episode

“Artistic Stamp” takes you on an intimate journey via handwritten correspondence between you and a character in a unique adventure.

YOUR PROGRAM IS YOUR TICKET Podcast Welcomes Artistic Stamp to 79th Episode

Sean Chandler host of the podcast “Your Program Is Your Ticket”, in association with the Broadway Podcast Network, has announced the latest episode of its “Act II…Places” series featuring Shelley Butler and West Hyler of the innovative play-by-mail company “Artistic Stamp”. Episode 79 is now available exclusively from the Broadway Podcast Network and wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts. Find it now at BPN.FM/YPIYT.

“Your Program Is Your Ticket” is a podcast focusing on smaller, more intimate theater works and the people that make them happen. It is important to highlight these works t and integral to the podcast’s mission to feature as many of these productions as possible while still discussing the larger more notorious productions. The “Act II…Places” series emphasizes the reaction and forward planning of various

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