‘Tis the season to start planning what holiday gatherings you want to attend. If you are looking for a party with hosts that read like a wish list to Broadway Santa, make sure you plan to attend Glitterati’s How the Purple Mormon Stole the Shuffled Lion holiday party.
That’s right, this year, creator and producer Marq Moss of Glitterati Entertainment Group and actor in Motown The Musical has decided to combine four of the HOTTEST shows on Broadway into one joyful celebration. The ‘Grinch’-inspired party replaces “Whoville” with “Broadville” and will feature Moss, Elijah Ahmad Lewis, a co-producer of the event and an actor from Motown the Musical, Patrice Covington from The Color Purple, Marja Harmon from The Book of Mormon, Christian Dante White from Shuffle Along and Jelani Remy from The Lion King as hosts. Glitterati’s How The Purple Mormon Stole The Shuffled Lion is sure to be a spectacular event! Understand the party title now?
This party also has a purpose and the goal is simple:
In an effort to always stay connected with the community, which has given so much to all of us, PMSL will serve as a much-needed opportunity to be altruistic. As we all know, so many are affected by the blistering winters of NYC. Some are homeless. Some are just dealing with the, often harsh, realities that come with residing in one of the most expensive cities in the US. While it’s sometimes easy to forget the less fortunate, the truth of the matter is, it could be any one of us. As such, we are encouraging guests to donate a warm, useable item of clothing at the door.
The group suggests bringing items like hats, gloves, scarves and coats. Music for the event will be provided by DJ Taela Naomi and the dress code is your own unique blend of fresh and fly! The party will be held on December 14 at Angel of Harlem, “one of New York’s newest and trendiest establishments.” For more details on how you can attend Glitterati’s How The Purple Mormon Stole The Shuffled Lion photo-op laden, festive, party with a purpose… check out the website here!