Letters to the Editor - ‘Anonymous Invitation’ Benefited Homeless

To the Editor:

In this day and age when bad news is what we hear and read about most often, it is refreshing to know that good things do happen and people do care.

On Nov. 28, I had the privilege of attending “Anonymous Invitation” a Broadway musical revue presented by the Part Time Players in the Little Theater at Worcester Auditorium.

The show combined the creative talents of Michael and Linda Celularo, who planned, organized and directed it, with the musical talents of a cast of 14 who treated the audience to an array of songs from Broadway’s best-loved shows. The presentation was terrific and played to a full house.

Many people might not be aware that the production was done as a benefit for the Worcester Committee on Homelessness and Housing. Through the efforts of the Part Time Players and numerous friends and supporters, the group was able to raise $2,144 to help the homeless of Worcester. I applaud its work and offer a sincere thank you for a job well done. 

BONNIE E. GIBBS