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By Andy Propst
May 14, 2010
John Lloyd Young
Tony Award winner John Lloyd Young and Tony-nominated songwriter Allee Willis will co-host the opening of the exhibit Food For Thought, to be held at 3pm on Sunday, May 23 at Willis' Wonderland Studio and Museum. The event will be a benefit for AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA).
Young will display his artwork, which spotlights pieces that play off iconic comfort food and drinks, including mac 'n' cheese, Good & Plenty, Grape Crush, and Hungry-Man frozen dinners. The event will feature an auction of select pieces from Young's collection as well as cocktail reception.
Young won the Tony Award for his work in Jersey Boys. Willis was nominated for her work on The Color Purple.
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