Bakula & Mulgrew To Appear At Special EventsBy Caillan
June 13, 2002 - 4:31 PM
Scott Bakula (Jonathan Archer) and Kate Mulgrew (Kathryn Janeway) will be appearing at two fundraising events in the coming months.
Bakula will take to the stage in the musical 'I Do! I Do!' later this month in St. Louis, Missouri, Project Quantum Leap reported. The Tony-nominated actor and his partner Chelsea Field will give two performances on June 23 and 24 to benefit the therapeutic residential treatment facility 'Our Little Haven.'
Created by 'The Fantasticks' writers Harvey Schmidt and Tom Jones, 'I Do! I Do!' follows the married life of a couple over the course of fifty years. The musical's many numbers include the well-known tune 'My Cup Runneth Over.'
Based in St. Louis, 'Our Little Haven' is a non-profit organisation which cares for abused and neglected children under the age of five, as well as those who may be HIV impacted. To find out how to book tickets, head over to Project Quantum Leap.
Later in the year, Kate Mulgrew will be staging a special 'Cleveland Entertainment Extravaganza' in honour of her husband, Ohio gubernatorial candidate Tim Hagan, according to Totally Kate. The full-day event, which has been planned with the help of Vulkon Entertainment, will take place on August 24.
Voyager cast members Jeri Ryan (Seven of Nine), Robert Beltran (Chakotay), Robert Picardo (the EMH), Tim Russ (Tuvok), Garrett Wang (Harry Kim), Robert Duncan McNeill (Tom Paris), Roxann Dawson (B'Elanna Torres), and Ethan Phillips (Neelix) will be in attendance, with William Shatner (James T. Kirk) also set to make a special appearance.
One of the centrepieces of the event will be the memorabilia auction, during which Mulgrew will auction off her Captain Janeway costume, while modelling the outfit for attendees. The daytime portion will be followed by a private reception with the stars and a gala banquet in the evening.
Details on how to book tickets can be found here at Totally Kate. All proceeds from the event will go towards Hagan's gubernatorial campaign.