The Dementia Society of America is presenting its first online entertainment fundraising program on 11/22/2020 at 6:00 PM EST. The program, called “Broadway Alive”, will feature a special performance by Keith Spencer, a nationally recognized entertainer and concert artist.
The event is being hosted by and performed at the historic Highland Farm, the former home of the legendary Oscar Hammerstein, in Doylestown, PA. Hammerstein’s most famous works include: The Sound of Music, The King and I and South Pacific were written while living there.Kevin Jameson, president and founder of the DSA said, “We chose the theme of Broadway Alive” for a very special reason. There is significant research that supports the benefits of non-medical care for those living with Dementia, and music is one of the most effective of these.
The Dementia Society of America, a national nonprofit based in Doylestown, is the leading all volunteer driven all-dementias awareness organization . DSA offers an information hotline: 1-800 DEMENTIA as well as many other online resources which can be found at: https://www.dementiasociety.org.
A limited number of FREE tickets are available for the November 22nd premiere and can be obtained at www.broadwayalive.org.