A star-studded show, red carpet charity gala event, the 4th annual MOON FESTIVAL is being hosted by the Emmy award-winning husband and wife team Lisa Lew (former 1982 Bb. Pilipinas-International) and Peter Brennan, whose media company P&L Media have won 10 Emmys -- created and executive-produced more than a dozen hit shows including, “Judge Judy”, “A Current Affair”, "Judge Joe Brown," "Deadly Paradise for A&E" “Hard Copy," 3- time Emmy award winning “Cristina’s Court” and their recent Emmy winning “Last Shot with Judge Gunn,” and are currently in production with actor Billy Zane on a show for the Esquire Network.
This year's honorary emcee Michael Yo, joined by film actress Bai Ling will celebrate the exciting evening featuring live entertainment - with traditional Chinese lion dancers, performances from finalists from "American Idol" and "Duets," a designer fashion show, celebrity Chef Mark Kearney's Asia Fusion cuisine and surprise celebrity guests, television personalities, talent agents, casting directors, acting coaches.
VIP Event Sponsor Adrienne Maloof ("Housewives of Beverly Hills") offers her stunning "Zing" Vodka Bar. Also hosted by Maya Tequila bar and a Custom cigar & cognac lounge.
A magical night hosted by the Mulligan Project Charities which brings together an entire community of colleagues/producers in the Hollywood TV, film, reality/news/talk show and unscripted/cable community to raise money for disabled orphans in Asia.
Proceeds will benefit The Mulligan Project, a Los Angeles-based non-profit founded by TV producing couple Kelly Gonzales (of "Deal or No Deal") and Eddie Rohwedder (Only in American with 'Larry, The Cable Guy,' 'Destroyed in Seconds,' 'Fast and Loud'). The Mulligan Project is donating a portion of the evening's proceeds to the victims of Typhoon Haiyan which devastated parts of the Philippines.
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The Mulligan Project is comprised of 25 TV executive producers credited with more than 30 award-winning shows, who assists disabled children in Asia. In the past, with the help of this event, The Mulligan Project were able to build a hospital clinic in Central Vietnam, and helped support for surgeries, healthcare, special education, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and above all, dignity to many young children. While the Vietnamese government provides food and shelter to their disabled, The Mulligan Project fills in the gaps helping the most vulnerable of children to achieve their best possible physical and emotional potential.