Actors are the first ones called to contribute their time and talents to a worthy cause. We are more than happy to help raise millions of dollars each year by doing benefits for various charities.
We are paid back when we know we have helped people. We don't even mind the long hours and the lack of proper rehearsal time. It goes with the territory. We understand that. So does the audience.
Will someone please tell us the point of reviewing a benefit? If there is a point, I am wondering if we might all be better off from now on just donating the money.