Penn State Thespians MasquerAIDS Benefit Returns February 6

The Penn State Thespian Society will hold its annual cabaret benefit, MasquerAIDS, at 7 p.m. on Sunday, February 6 in the HUB’s Heritage Hall.

The benefit is held to raise money for the Centre County AIDS Resource Alliance, which aims to raise funds, promote awareness, and support those affected by HIV and AIDS within the Centre region.

This year’s cabaret theme is “MasquerAIDS: Ready, Set, Grow!” The show will include vocal and dance performances from hit Broadway songs focusing on the highs and lows of growing up. Along with performances, a dance battle will take place for audience members to make additional donations during the program and vote for a winner.

For the show’s 20th anniversary, the Penn State Thespians are driven to beat their prior donation goal and hit their highest milestone to date. Each donation is put toward “eliminating transmission of HIV and AIDS through education, prevention, testing, and outreach programs.”

Tickets, available at the door, will run you $5. If you’re feeling particularly generous, you can use donation boxes within Heritage Hall or directly donate here.

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