On Sunday, October 16, Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicun will turn its focus from the plays of Shakespeare and Arthur Miller to the real life drama of the Iraqi war, to hold a “Bring The Boys Home” fundraiser.
Scheduled to appear at the rally are Ex-Army Captain Joyce Riley, the producer of “Beyond Treason,” syndicated radio’s Stephanie Miller, Emmy-Award winning KPFK’s Lila Garrett, Billionaires for Bush, and rap-bustin’ Hip Hop artist Wil B.
This will be the first appearance in Los Angeles of Riley, former Army nurse and producer of “Beyond Treason: The Story behind the Cover-up of Depleted Uranium (DU), Exposure Chemical, Biological Exposure, and Experimental Vaccinations,” Riley led the investigation of the first Gulf War Syndrome in 1991, and is a spokesperson for the American Gulf War Veterans Association.
A silent auction will also be held, with paintings by Dali, Picasso, Miro and Chagall on the block, and a catered brunch will be served.
For tickets, call (310) 455-2659. They’re $350 for couples, $200 for single. $75 per person 50 low income tickets will be offered at $35 each.
Proceeds will benefit Progressive Democrats of Los Angeles (PDLA), with 25 percent going to Camp CaseyIII/Veterans for Peace, for their relief work in Louisiana.The rally will begin at 12:30 p.m. Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum is located at 1419 North Topanga Canyon Boulevard.