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    Laugh Lines: Stars fight Parkinsons Disease!

    Friday, May 11 2007

    Julia Barr - Brooke English (ABC)
    Parkinson's Disease Foundation presents "Laugh Lines", which is a special benefit to raise money for Parkinson's disease research, education and public advocacy.

    Who can you expect to see?

    All My Children's Emmy winning Julia Barr (Brooke English), Emmy Nominee, Bobbie Eakes (Krystal Carey Chandler), Jack Mungovan (ex-Lt. Byrum Perry) and Kelli Giddish (Di Henry). From One Life to Live, you'll see Emmy Nominee Ilene Kirsten (Roxanne Balsom), and from Guiding Light, Kim Zimmer (Reva Shayne Lewis). Fans will get a treat with Off-Broadway's Jewtopia, Joel Rooks and National Broadway's Mel Duane Gionson (King and I).

    Kim Zimmer - Reva Lewis (NBC) encourages you to make yourself available on Monday, May 14th 2007 at 7:30pm for an evening with the stars of daytime! The 'Reading' takes place at 7:30pm and the Post-Show Reception takes place at 9:00pm. General admission tickets are $65.00, while general admission tickets, along with the post-show reception are a mere $85.00.

    To purchase tickets or for more information, please purchase tickets by going to You will find a phone number there to make your order. Don't forget those extra tickets for friends and family!

    Christine Fix

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    Posted by redrosey61 at Sunday, June 03 2007 11:02 AM

    We Miss Julis Barr. Brooke was a terrific character there would be alot for her to be involved with right now. She would add alot to the Tade and Krystal line and if Julia is pregnant then that would make her a grandma BRING BACK JULIA BARR

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