The 2010 Tony Award winning cast of Memphis talks about their upcoming benefit show for Broadway Impact at Joe's Pub! Monday August 23rd at 7pm.
Broadway Impact is excited to announce the final installment of "Broadway Impact's Summer Concert Series at Joe's Pub." This monthly concert features cast members from Broadway shows and highlights the theatre community's ongoing commitment to marriage equality. On August 23 at 7 PM, cast members from the 2010 Tony-winning Best Musical, Memphis will sing at Joe's Pub for equality!
"We are so grateful that the cast of Memphis is showing their support for equality again this summer at Joe's Pub. Last fall, they blew our community away by raising the full amount to sponsor a bus, so that Broadway Impact could send marchers to the National Equality March in DC and, they did all this while in previews for their now Tony award winning show. That kind of dedication and generosity is what this movement is all about." said two-time Tony nominee and co-founder of Broadway Impact Gavin Creel.
The concert series kicked off June 23rd with a sold out show featuring cast members from Next to Normal. The second installment on July 25th featured another sold out show by cast members from American Idiot.
Tickets on sale now are $25 for general admission. Limited VIP tickets that include preferred seating and a meet and greet with the performers pre-show are $100. 100% of the proceeds go directly to Broadway Impact to support their continued efforts in the fight for marriage equality.
ABOUT BROADAY IMPACT
Broadway Impact is a grassroots organization of the theatre community and its fans, mobilizing in support of marriage equality. Founded by Gavin Creel, Rory O'Malley and Jenny Kanelos, it aims to educate and inspire the community to action. www.broadwayimpact.com.
For tickets visit www.JoesPub.com