New York, NY (August 8, 2015) – Adrienne Unae, a dancer, singer, actor, producer and proud member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, has historically used theatre to foster enhancement of social, life, impulse control and anger management skills to “underserved” and “at risk” girls and women in various parts of the world. She is the producer of a long running Broadway District Community Dinner Theatre show. Today she announced her new hilariously funny cabaret style whodunit; Wasn’t Me. Opening Night is August 5th at the Broadway Comedy Club, located at 318 W. 53rd Street, NY, NY between 8th and 9th Avenues.
THIS ACHIEVEMENT puts Adrienne Unae in a position to join the war against three things.
1) New York City – Food stamps only buy food, not sanitary menstrual pads. As a result the shelter is charged to find creative ways, since money is tight for them, to purchase and disseminate pads. 2) New York City and Kenya – Many girls do not regularly attend school because they lack adequate supply, if any at all, of sanitary menstrual pads. 3) Kenya – Some girls, as a means of hand-making pads, layer pieces of cloth to use during their periods. They hand wash the “pads” in what is oftentimes bacteria filled water, air dry and reuse them. Yes, some share the cloths amongst each other and the adult women of the family or village.
GIVING BACK TO PAST AND FUTURE SUPPORTERS
Proceeds will always support the purchase and dissemination of feminine hygiene products to girls and women in need. As an added bonus, an appetizer meal and drink are included at no additional charge. Each guest is given a pass for two to return to the Comedy Club to see any house show for free. 67% off show tickets can be purchased by clicking here.