A Nightmare on Elm Street Fundraiser to Feature Live Stage Reading of Part 3: Dream Warriors
The proceeds of the event will be going to the benefit of mental health care for teenagers in need.
By Chris Morse
Several A Nightmare on Elm Street icons, including Robert Englund and Heather Langenkamp, will be hosting a special fundraising event that is sure to get the attention of those who love the franchise. Just announced this week is a stage reading of the 1987 slasher classic, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, to benefit Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services, which is dedicated to providing mental health care to teenagers in need.
Remember the classic Freddy line “Welcome to Prime Time, bitch?” Hear it live from the lips of Robert Englund at our staged reading of the original Nightmare 3:Dream Warrior script. September 8! https://t.co/M9DKcRs8gd— Heather Langenkamp (@LangenkampH) August 22, 2019
To benefit Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services for teens.
The reading will be held on Sunday, September 8th at Whisky a Go Go in West Hollywood, CA between the hours of 1:00 and 4:00 PM local time. 40 VIP tickets with preferred seating, a signed souvenir, and a photo op are available for $300, while 65 general admission seats are being offered at $100 per ticket.
In attendance for this event will be Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger, Heather Langenkamp as Nancy Thompson and Ira Heiden, Rodney Eastman, Bradley Gregg, Penelope Sudrow as the Dream Warriors, with special appearances by director Chuck Russell, Brooke Bundy, Amanda Wyss, Tuesday Knight, Brooke Theiss, Steven Caffrey, Bill Allen, Byron Thames, and more.
A raffle and silent auction will also be held to raise additional funds for Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services. All in all, it’s a great cause and the all-star cast of A Nightmare on Elm Street legends is merely the icing on the cake. For more details or to order tickets, head on over to EventBrite today.
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