The Domestic Abuse & Sexual Assault Crisis Center of Warren County and Warren County Community College Foundation present A Night on Broadway! Join in on this exciting – and unique – fundraiser event on Thursday, October 22 at 7 p.m. for this virtually live show and enjoy a night filled with singing, dancing, comedy, and impressions from the captivating and hilarious entertainer, Tony Pace. Watch the live show in the comfort of your home while enjoying pie and wine!

Tony Pace combines hilarious musical comedy, dead-on impressions, crazy characters, and an amazing endless supply of explosive raw energy. He is trademarked as "The Man with the Voice who just happens to be funny." The incorporation of his terrific singing voice, quick comedic wit, multi-instrumentalist skills, and keen sense of audiences makes him a true phenomenon. Pace frequently performs in Las Vegas, as well as major venues around the world.

Household tickets can be purchased for $75 and include a link to the live online show along with wine and pie for four people in the household. All pies will be provided by Mackey’s Orchards and guests have the option to select from apple, peach, or very berry pies. Wine is sponsored by Nisivoccia LLP and wine options include red, white, or rosé. Sparkling cider will also be available as a non-alcoholic option. Please note that those registering for tickets in advance will have priority on what type of wine and pie they choose. There will be convenient designated locations for pie and wine pickups. Registrants will be notified of these locations. There will be no out-of-state pickup locations.

"What a great partnership, WCCCF and DASACC, putting together the most unique fundraiser event of the year," said Dr. Will Austin, President of Warren County Community College. "Pie and wine, comedy and music. No doubt this is going to be fun!"

Executive Director of DASACC, Jill Zinckgraf, also commented, “DASACC is so excited to have the opportunity to partner with WCCCF and host an event that brings people together. We are equally excited to share the many talents of Tony Pace with the community, along with pie from Mackey’s Orchards!”

All event proceeds will be split between Domestic Abuse & Sexual Assault Crisis Center and Warren County Community College Foundation and help to support survivors of interpersonal violence as well as remove barriers for students in need of financial assistance. To purchase your ticket, sponsor the event, or make a monetary donation, please visit https://bit.ly/3jMrnuO.

The Mission of DASACC is to help, serve, and advocate for those impacted by interpersonal violence, to be proactive regarding its prevention, and to create positive change. In 2019, over 935 women, men, and children received services at DASACC.

About Warren County Community College Foundation
Warren County Community College maintains a mission of building a community of learners through accessible, quality learning opportunities designed to meet educational goals and aspirations. The Foundation serves to cultivate sustainable charitable resources, secure philanthropic grants, support capital needs, and provide educational opportunities in order to contribute to the health vitality of their diverse community of learners, with supporting students in need of financial assistance its chief goal.

Morgan Stiles, Community Engagement Manager
Domestic Abuse & Sexual Assault Crisis Center
29C Broad Street
Washington, NJ 07882
Ph: 908-453-4121

Samir Elbassiouny, Foundation Executive Director
Warren County Community College Foundation
475 Route 57 West
Washington, NJ 07882
Ph. 908-835-2334