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Cyndi Lauper to attend VIP reception, Kinky Boots Theater night
From a news release

AIDS Legal Council of Chicago (ALCC) is proud to present a special theater night event in conjunction with Broadway in Chicago, featuring a pre-Broadway performance of the new musical Kinky Boots. Cyndi Lauper, who wrote the score to the musical, accepted an invitation from to be the Honorary Chair of the event and attend a reception with ALCC ticket holders. "I am pleased to be the Honorary Chair at ALCC's Kinky Boots theater night fundraiser, and I look forward to meeting supporters at the VIP reception. Participating in this event is a great way to commemorate the Council's 25 years of service to the community." The performance and cocktail reception with Cyndi Lauper are set for Thursday, October 11th, with a 7:30pm curtain at the Bank of America Theatre in Chicago.

Ann Fisher, Executive Director of ALCC, is enthusiastic about the theater event. "As ALCC commemorates its 25th year of providing free legal services to people with HIV, we are honored that Ms. Lauper is joining us in support of the Council's life-saving work. We can't wait to spend an evening at this pre-Broadway production of Kinky Boots and enjoy time with Ms. Lauper and friends of ALCC at the reception," she said.

Tickets purchased through ALCC, which include access to the exclusive VIP cocktail reception with Cyndi Lauper, start at $80 and are available via www.brownpapertickets.com/event/258947 or by calling 312-427-8990.

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Founded in 1987, AIDS Legal Council of Chicago works to preserve, promote, and protect the legal rights of men, women, children, and families in the metropolitan Chicago area impacted by HIV and AIDS. The Council provides free direct legal services to people in need, educates the public about HIV-related legal issues, and advocates for social policies that ensure fair treatment for all people affected by HIV and AIDS.

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