Join the JAA and Broadway Legend Joel Grey for The Art of Aging
Please join the Jewish Association on Aging (JAA) for The Art of Aging: An Evening with Joel Grey at 6:30 p.m. on May 15 at Heinz History Center.
Best known for portraying the master of ceremonies in both the stage and film versions of “Cabaret,” Joel Grey is the winner of an Academy Award, a Tony Award, and a Golden Globe Award. He originated the role of George M. Cohan in “George M!” and performed the role of the wizard in “Wicked.” Starring in the revivals of “Anything Goes” and “Chicago,” he also appeared in 2016’s “The Cherry Orchard” on Broadway. Now a passionate photographer with two of his works hanging in New York’s Whitney Museum, Grey recently published a photography book and personal memoir to great acclaim.
The JAA will also take this opportunity to honor Joel Smalley, who has generously given back to his community since the 1960s, with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
All donations to The Art of Aging benefit the JAA For the Love of Seniors Fund, which supports intergenerational programs, meal delivery to homebound seniors, art and music classes, and charity care. To sponsor the event or purchase tickets, visit www.theartofagingpgh.com. Your commitment has a real impact on neighbors and friends in our community.
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