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Fund Raiser with Charles Shaughnessy for Robert F. Kennedy Children's Action Corps

Will you be in the Boston area on October 6th?
Come join Charles Shaughnessy to raise funds for the Robert F. Kennedy Children's Action Corps!!

Charles Shaughnessy, of television's "The Nanny" "Mad Men" "Victorious" & "Days of Our Lives",  is starring as Georges in North Shore Music Theatre's production of "La Cage Aux Folles" from September 24, 2013 - October 6, 2013. 

After the final 2 pm matinee performance of "La Cage Aux Folles" on Sunday, October 6thNorth Shore Music Theatre will host a "meet and greet benefit" for fans of Charles Shaughnessy to support the Robert F. Kennedy Children's Action Corps' participation in this year's Rodman Ride for Kids, which benefits at-risk youth throughout Massachusetts. The event will be from 5-7pm. 

The cost for the event is $25 cash/check payable at the door of NSMT's Backstage Bistro.  Charles proudly serves as a member of The RFK Children's Action Corp Advisory Council.

Please make checks payable to "RFK-Ride". For more information on the event or to reserve a ticket, please contact Tom Rosa @  

For more information on the Robert F. Kennedy Children's Action Corps please visit the website @ Robert F. Kennedy Children's Action Corps

Charles Shaughnessy speaking on his involvement at RFK Children's Action Corps

October, 2011 - Charles Shaughnessy, RFK Children's Action Corps Advisory Council Member, visited our Lancaster Campus and held a workshop on acting and improvising for the boys and girls in our programs. As you hear from Charles and one of our staff members the workshop is so much more than just an acting class.

Charles Shaughnessy speaking about why he volunteers his time with RFK Children's Action Corps

October, 2011-  RFK Children's Action Corps Advisory Council Member, Charlie Shaughnessy, talks about his motivation for being involved and what his time spent with the youth and staff means to him.


  1. Such a wonderful cause! Thank you to all who are involved!


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