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All My Children‘s: Tribute to the Pine Valley Event Countdown Begins…

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Tick tock… the countdown to the phenomenal All My Children once in a lifetime event, A Tribute to Pine Valley is almost upon us. Celebrating 41 years of heartache, heart shakes and heart quakes, the thrilling event will take place over three nights. It is such an amazing lifetime event, it had to be done three times just because it is that delicious. On Tuesday, October 23, the celebration kicks off at Town Hall. On Wednesday, October 26, the festivities will take place in New Jersey, at the State Theater in New Brunswick. The touching finale hits Long Island at Westbury’s Theater on Thursday, October 28.

Joining the memorable All My Children celebration are Vincent Irizarry (David), Michael E. Knight (Tad), Cameron Mathison (Ryan), Walt Willey (Jack), Darnell Williams (Jesse), and Jacob Young (JR).

Created by Agnes Nixon, All My Children is set in Pine Valley, Pennsylvania, a fictitious suburb of Philadelphia. The first new network daytime drama to debut in the 1970s, All My Children was originally owned by Creative Horizons, Inc., the company created by Nixon and her husband, Bob. The show was sold to ABC in January 1975. The daytime serial is set to resurface January, 2012 as a web series via the program’s new distributor, Prospect Park.

For ticket info and to order VIP tickets, please visit the Tribute to Pine Valley website.

Check back for my amazing interview with the dashing Vincent Irizarry tomorrow and select memory lane All My Children posts this week!

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  • Elle Emerson

    I attended the NYC, October 25th Tribute: I spent a fortune to sit in an old theater. The event was poorly run. The celebrities were generally disinterested, rude and crude. My paramour, Walt Willey was by far the worst! He was unshaven, poorly dressed, bitter and foul-mouthed. Vincent was probably the kindest, but seemed like he had someplace to be. Jacob was quiet. Darnell was very kind and was the best dressed of the six. Michael E. Knight was kind to me, but he was lethargic and stared blankly a lot. Cameron was more energetic, but he was all about emceeing the whole thing! He probably got a bigger share of the money pool as he did a lot of the audience participation stuff. Mike, the promoter was at a loss when the mob turned angry. We were promised certain things but he clearly couldn’t deliver. I honestly thought that fans were going to storm the stage! I am sorry I traveled so far and spent so much to see the actors I cared so much about treat me like a speck of lint they were trying to flick off of their lapel! I dressed up–I got hot, but I stayed in good form. I kept to all of the rules, I didn’t take much of their time. They don’t care about the fans. I thought it would be a way for me to say goodbye to Pine Valley, but when it was over I was just angry for being taken on a ride. Walt Willey will never get another dime from me. I know he isn’t “Jackson”, but he was so bitter you could cut it with a knife! He could have shaved–he says he’s going into radio, for goodness sakes! We won’t see his face, but he could have respected the fans one last week! The whole thing was a joke and I wasn’t laughing! I could go on but it doesn’t matter anymore, now does it?