Toss the Roses and Chocolates Take Your Mate to a Choholic Fundraising Event on Valentines Day

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This Valentine’s Day, toss the roses and chocolates. Ripple Effect Artists Inc., a New York-based production company dedicated to mounting cutting-edge theatrical productions of masterfully-written published works, recommends saying ‘I Love You’ to your mate by taking him or her to the upcoming Choholic Benefit, scheduled to take place at 250 Park Avenue in New York at 47th Street, February 14, 2014.


USA, January 19, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) -  Proceeds from this upcoming Choholic Benefit will go towards supporting their upcoming season and their play “Deathbead.”  This play will be raising awareness and funds for victims of cancer and their loved-ones at Gilda’s Club NYC, as the production company believes in theatrical, game-changing philanthropy that is designed to supporting organizations that are aligned with the theme of a particular theatrical production.

“Chocolate.  Theatre that makes a difference.  Lovely men singing.  What else do you need on Valentine’s Day?” says Jessie Fahay, Executive Director, Ripple Effect Artists, Inc.
“Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and those ripples build a current which can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance," is a Robert F. Kennedy’s quotation that defines the kinds of theatrical productions puts on by Ripple Effects Artists, Inc.

“These productions do not merely educate and empowers audiences, but we boldly dare to move our audiences from APATHY to ACTION, creating a RIPPLE EFFECT in the larger community and world,” adds Jessie, who targets an audience make up of Theater fans, foodies, chocolate lovers, and supporters of victims of cancer.

Jessie, who believes that theatre can inspire an audience to make a difference and believes in empowering students with that same principle, adds that the upcoming Choholic Benefit will not just raise funds for a worthy cause, but will provide really fun, live music entertainment as well.

“Not only do they get to eat as much chocolate as they can handle, but there will be live music to entertain bidders during the lively auctioning that will take place,” adds Jessie, whose love for theatre, philanthropy, and ethical business practices makes her thrilled to be leading the charge at Ripple Effect Artists.

ABOUT JESSIE FAHAY
Jessie Fahay grew up with a love for viewing visceral theatre productions that move audiences along with the philosophy that "We are her to create and contribute.  Not Compete."--Robert Anthony. Her accomplishments range from being a published author and playwright, attaining an MBA, and winning the New Jersey Governor's award for one of her original written works.  After graduating from Marymount Manhattan with a BA in Playwrighting and Production Management, she spent years acting in New York with numerous touring and not-for-profit theatre companies along with being cast in several television/film roles.  Her performing experience, her passions for making a difference coming from education at United Global Shift, her business education, and her experience traveling around the country as a public speaker inspired her to begin this company in 2009.  She oversees all operations, works to expand the company financially and artistically, and gives talks about the subject matter of her book, "What Method? The Different Ways an Actor Can Train." She has been the Executive Producer of all past Ripple Effect Productions along with putting together and executing plans for company expansion.  She also provides one-on-one business coaching to actors committed to expanding their craft and career.  She is committed to creating an ongoing "Ripple Effect," using her love of pivotal theatre as a vehicle.

For further information about the upcoming Choholic Benefit, scheduled to take place at 250 Park Avenue in New York at 47th Street, February 14, 2014, contact: Jessie Fahay, Executive Director, 908-804-3009, rippleeffect.fahay@gmail.com.  Reservations can be made at www.rippleeffectartists.com.  Click on the CHOCOLATE HEART!


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