Produced in honor of Robin Williams, who died just over three years ago, “The Fisher King Project” adapts the 1991 film in which the beloved Bay Area transplant starred with Jeff Bridges and Mercedes Ruehl, among others, about two tragic figures whose lives are tied together by a mass murder-suicide. Jeffrey Weissman (“Back to the Future II” and “III”) plays Williams’ part, and Peter Illes wrote the stage adaptation, based on Richard LaGravenese’s screenplay. Net proceeds benefit a slew of charities: Spare-a-coin 2savchildren Inc., Miracle Messages, Muttville Senior Dog Rescue, Brady Therapeutic Riding Program and Each One Reach One. A raffle winner gets to pick another local charity to add to the list.
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2013 - MIRACLE PLUMBING & HEATING III INC.
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