Red Fern Theatre Company to Present IDENTITY CRISIS Benefit Concert at Stage 72, 2/9
The Red Fern Theatre Company presents Identity Crisis: A Benefit Concert on February 9th at 7pm at Stage 72 (formerly The Triad). This one night only event brings together some of Broadway and the entertainment industry's finest artists performing songs identifying the ups and downs about who they are, what they have experienced, and how they got to where they are today.
The concert features the talents of Todd Adamson (Super Soldier), Lacey Angerosa, Kennedy Caughell (American Idiot), Britney Coleman, Dana Costello (Jekyll & Hyde), J.D Daw (Forever Plaid), Brandon Ellis (Once), Danny Bacalao George (Sister Act), Chase Kamata, Ben Liebert (Wicked / Grease), Elyssa Brette Mactas (CHIX 6), Chris McCarrell (Les Miserables), Genny Lis Padilla (Rent / In The Heights), Patrick Pevehouse (Wizard Of Oz), Brian Charles Rooney (Three Penny Opera), Ben Roseberry (The Lion King / Rent), Gabrielle Ruiz (Evita / In The Heights), Jose Sepulveda (Altar Boyz), Betsy Struxness (Matilda / Memphis), and Deborah Tranelli (Dallas / Hereafter).
The concert will feature music from a variety of artists including Celine Dion, Michael Jackson, Pasek and Paul, Jason Robert Brown, Drew Gasparini, Brandi Carilile, Randy Newman and many more. Directed by Jay Levy with Musical Direction by Kristen Lee Rosenfeld.
Stage 72 (Triad Theater) is located at: 158 West 72nd St. (between Amsterdam and Columbus Ave.). For more information, visit www.stage72.com
Tickets for the event are: $20 Cover + 2 drink minimum and can be purchased at: www.redferntheatre.org .
THE RED FERN THEATRE COMPANY (RFTC), founded in March 2006, Melanie Moyer Williams, Executive Artistic Director, strives to provoke social awareness and change through its theatrical productions and outreach. Each play produced by the Red Fern Theatre Company addresses social issues that range in scope from local to global. Each production is paired with a philanthropy whose work relates to the social themes of the play. The company educates its audience on the philanthropy's mission, and a portion of the ticket sales from each play produced is donated to the designated philanthropy. By forming this association, the RFTC is able to respond directly to the people affected by the issues addressed in the play. To date, the Red Fern Theatre Company has produced the revivals of ten plays, two New York premieres, four World Premieres, the World premiere of four evenings of commissioned short plays, and countless staged readings. The RFTC is a 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are tax exempt to the fullest extent of the law. Please visit them at www.redferntheatre.org.