Jane Krakowski Lights Empire State Building Orange for New York City’s Lupus Foundation

On November 22, Tony Award winner and “30 Rock” star Jane Krakowski flipped the Empire State Building lights orange—the universal color of lupus awareness—to honor of the S.L.E. Lupus Foundation’s 40th anniversary of providing care for New Yorkers and others with lupus.

Watch the orange lights start to glow!

Later in the evening, Krakowski and “30 Rock” co-star Cheyenne Jackson performed at the 40th Anniversary “Life Without Lupus®” gala at Lincoln Center. 

A Tony Award winner for Nine, Krakowski also has appeared on Broadway in Grand Hotel, Starlight Express, Once Upon a Mattress, Company and Tartuffe. In addition to “30 Rock,” she is known for the TV series “Ally McBeal.”

Jackson has appeared in several Broadway shows and guest-starred on “Glee.”

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This is a very positive thing. Thanks to all who support Lupus in every way. let's move towards a cure and let the world know . Spread the word, through education for families, Dr's and nurses how to help patients more. :) Mary