A SPECIAL NIGHT FOR PACT ON BROADWAY
The Broadway performance of “Sylvia” is hosting a benefit for PACT for Animals, at the Cort Theatre (138 West 48th Street) in New York, on Tuesday, December 8th. The show begins at 7PM. Audience members will be able to attend a post-show Meet-and-Greet with the Cast and members of PACT. The evening’s festivities should end by 9:30 PM. PACT has obtained some of the best seats in the house! For every ticket sold by PACT at face value, a percentage of the sales price will be donated to help PACT continue to provide free, long-term pet fosters for all five branches of the U.S. military worldwide, and for hospitalized patients, ranging from infants to senior citizens.
Please join us at this fabulous Broadway comedy that all animal lovers can relate to – The Human/Animal bond of unconditional love. At the bottom of the Sylvia-PACT flyer, recently sent to you, there is a click-on button to “Buy Tickets” or donate to PACT for Animals. Thanks in advance for your support of PACT’s fantastic work. We hope to see you on December 8th.
If you are unable to join PACT at the performance of “Sylvia” on December 8th, we would, as always, greatly appreciate any separate donations!
This wonderful show looks into the complexities of love and commitment and asks what it truly means to be devoted to your partner… and how do you choose between the love of your life and man’s best friend?
Cindy Adams, of The New York Post, writes: “Own dogs, love dogs, know dogs? Trot to West 48th’s Cort Theatre… Even if you own cats or chipmunks, and hate adorable poodles and living-room piddles, if you just like to laugh, go. See “Sylvia.” I give it four barks.”