No Bully brings Broadway Against Bullying to New York City

San Francisco, CA

After the enthusiastic reception of Broadway Against Bullying in San Francisco, No Bully is bringing its cabaret fundraiser to New York City on Monday February 8, 2016 at 7 pm at Feinstein’s 54 Below, Supper Club. Broadway Against Bullying is a one-night-only event aimed at benefiting No Bully and its work to end bullying in schools. 

The show features performers from some of Broadway’s biggest musical hits –  Lesli Margherita (“Dames at Sea”, “Matilda, The Musical”), Doug Lyons – (“Book of Mormon”, “Beautiful”), Alysha Umphress (“On The Town”, “Beaches”), Julia Murney (“Wicked”, “Lennon”), Alexander Nifong (“Pretty Little Liars, “Glee”), Andrea McArdle (“2 Across”, “Newsical, The Musical”), Kevin Duda (“Book of Mormon”, “Beautiful”), Shapiro Sisters – Milly and Abigail (“Matilda”, “Grinch”), Jenna Pasqua – (“Tess: A Rock Opera”) and Kenton Duty (“Lost”, “Shake it Up”). The evening will be is directed by two time Tony Award and Grammy Award nominated producer and internationally acclaimed Music Director/Pianist, Michael J. Moritz Jr.

“This is our 3rd Broadway Against Bullying” said Nicholas Carlisle, CEO of No Bully. “We are excited and deeply grateful for the support we have received from the performers who have taken time out of their busy performance schedules to help bring an end to bullying. Bullying causes serious harm and this event will help us launch a hub in New York city and help schools on the East Coast become bully-free.”

There are limited tickets left for this one night only event available here.

About No Bully

No Bully is a San Francisco based non-profit organization that partners with schools nationally and internationally to implement a non-punitive and highly effective solution to end bullying and harassment.  Research studies show that teachers and staff trained in the No Bully System® succeed in stopping student bullying in at least 90% of cases.  Today, No Bully is helping schools in the US – from Hawaii to Delaware – and in Asia and Europe – stop bullying and transform into learning communities which are inclusive of everyone