Fran Drescher’s Cabaret Cruise in NYC

Written by Damian O’Keeffe on June 10, 2016
Fran Drescher Cabaret Cruise - Hornblower New York

 

After the fabulous success of last year’s Fran Drescher Cocktail Cruise for the 7th birthday of Cancer Schmancer, Fran is ready to do it all again Monday June 20.

The Fran Drescher Cabaret Cruise will benefit the Cancer Schmancer Movement, so it’s the perfect way to do something good and have a great time doing it!

VIP guests will have the opportunity to hang out with Fran herself, as well as other celebrities, prior to the cabaret event. VIPs will be treated to a cocktail and hors d’oeuvres reception aboard the Hornblower Infinity followed by an intimate dinner.

Then it’s on to the main event, the cabaret show! The show will include performances by Rosie O’Donnell, Christine Andreas, Stephanie Gibson, Randy Graff, Hunter Ryan Herdlicka, Peter Marc Jacobson, Randy Roberts, Von Smith, and there are sure to be many more well-known faces aboard.

There will also be a special appearance by the Tony-nominated sisters who performed the theme to “The Nanny,” Ann Hampton Callaway and Liz Callaway. And Sunset Boulevard’s Ria Jones will be on board to perform two fabulous songs from the show.

Finally, you’ll be taking a cruise around New York Harbor to experience amazing views of the Manhattan skyline, the Statue of Liberty and all the other world-famous iconic NYC landmarks.

Did we mention you’ll be able to have your photo taken with Fran by a professional photographer?

You can buy tickets to this incredible evening here.

This is an event you won’t want to miss… just take a look at some of the pics from last year and some of the A-listers that turned up.

Cancer Schmancer’s is dedicated to highlighting the importance of cancer prevention, shifting the focus away from simply searching for a cure, which sounds like a worthy cause. This includes education and funding for early detection programs, prevention including eliminating toxins in your home and diet, and finally, by looking to policy change so that consumers can make informed, healthier choices.

Fran Drescher herself is a uterine cancer survivor but was originally misdiagnosed and mistreated for a different condition. So, needless to say, it’s a cause close to her heart.