The Jewels of San Diego stage Moulin Rouge Cabaret to support The Arc

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Photo by Daniel K. Lew

The Jewels of San Diego’s annual gala was held May 5 with a Moulin Rouge Cabaret Show at The Grand Del Mar to benefit The Arc of San Diego, which provides comprehensive services to children and adults with disabilities in San Diego County (www.arc-sd.com). Mary Murphy, a judge and choreographer on FOX’s hit TV show, “So You Think You Can Dance,” attended the event and also choreographed the Moulin Rouge Cabaret Show, which was produced by Leonard Simpson.

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