The Really Big Show

The Really Big Show—inspired by the variety shows of the 60s and 70s— is an annual celebration of the power of mentoring! At Big Brothers Big Sisters we believe that our meaningful and enduring mentoring relationships can positively change the lives of our children by helping them reach their full potential. Every year we celebrate our Bigs—the volunteer mentors who lend their time and talents—and our Littles—the young people who come to us with such promise. We celebrate our donors and friends who make the program possible. And we celebrate the community that has supported our work since we first started serving Westchester back in 1958.

 

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This year's show, which took place at the Purchase College Performing Arts Center on November 4, featured comedian Jay Leno and Broadway star and two-time Tony Award nominee Norm Lewis. Former New York Giants Running Back Tiki Barber was a lively emcee. They were joined by singers, dancers, songwriters, ensembles, and more.