Photo Coverage: Idina Menzel, Kerry Butler and More Perform for LIVING FOR TODAY!
Now in its sixth year, LIVING FOR TODAY is an annual concert featuring Broadway's brightest stars to benefit Gilana's Fund. The latest concert, held on Sunday, January 19 at Joe's Pub, featured the talents of La Chanze, Alice Ripley, Eric Anderson, Tituss Burgess, Julia Murney, Idina Menzel, Kerry Butler and more!
BroadwayWorld brings you photos from the event below!
LIVING FOR TODAY was created in 2008 by Gilana's brother David, a director living in New York City. As a way to raise money for his sister's fund, David gathered some of his Broadway friends to come together in song in a concert setting. The first three sold-out years were held at the Laurie Beechman Theater in Midtown Manhattan, and for its fourth year, LFT moved downtown to the historic Joe's Pub. The fourth year welcomed a new component to the night, the announcement of the Fund's recipients, announced live on stage. Every year the concert ends with an arrangement of John Lennon's "Imagine," a song Gilana cherished, and one whose message is an important one: to live for today.
Photo Credit: Kevin Thomas Garcia
Eric William Morris
LaChanze and Michael Grief
The Cast of "Living For Today"