Return to Harmony With the Cast of ‘Passions’ For Virtual Reunion to Benefit COVID-19 Relief Efforts

Kim Ulrich, Lindsay Hartley, Brook Kerr, Passions
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The cast of “Passions” is coming back together for a virtual reunion set to take place on Tuesday, May 12 at 2:00 p.m. EDT/11:00 a.m. PDT, Soap Opera Network has learned. The series joins a growing list of soap reunions that includes cast members from “As The World Turns,” “Guiding Light,” “One Life to Live,” “Melrose Place” and “Another World,” among others.

Confirmed to attend are cast members Juliet Mills (ex-Tabitha), James Hyde (ex-Sam), Marianne Muellerleile (ex-Norma), Kim Ulrich (ex-Ivy), McKenzie Westmore (ex-Sheridan), Lindsay Hartley (ex-Theresa), Charles Divins (ex-Chad), Brook Kerr (ex-Whitney), Andrea Evans (ex-Rebecca), Silvana Arias (ex-Paloma), Heidi Murray (ex-Kay), Erin Cardillo (ex-Esme) and Phillip Jeanmarie (ex-Vincent/Valerie). Additional attendees will be announced closer to the reunion date.

Best known for featuring a 300-year-old witch and Timmy (the late Josh Ryan Evans), the doll that came to life, the “Passions” cast reunion will include an interactive Q&A to benefit COVID-19 relief efforts in memory of the show’s former executive producer, the late Lisa de Cazotte, who passed away in December after a brief illness. If able, no matter the amount, donations to the COVID-19 charity of your choice can be made in the memory of de Cazotte. A donation is not mandatory to participate.

The show’s former supervising producer Richard Schilling and producer Mary-Kelly Weir will host the highly anticipated event. Cherie Wall of Soap Opera Royalty is organizing. Wall was the show’s stage manager during its run.

To set yourself a reminder, make sure to subscribe to the Soap Opera Royalty YouTube channel by clicking here. The reunion will take place on Tuesday, May 12 at 2:00 p.m. EDT/11:00 a.m. PDT.

“Passions” ran on NBC from July 5, 1999 to September 7, 2007, and then moved to DirecTV from September 17, 2007 until August 7, 2008. The soap was created by the late James E. Reilly and told the story of good vs. evil and the loves and losses of four families, the Cranes, Bennetts, Russells and Lopez-Fitzgeralds in the fictional town of Harmony.