GMA's Sara Haines to Host SONGS IN THE KEY OF EQUALITY at Le Poisson Rouge, 5/19

GMA's Sara Haines to Host SONGS IN THE KEY OF EQUALITY at Le Poisson Rouge, 5/19

For one night only, Broadway's brightest musical talent will sing for equality in "Songs in the Key of Equality", benefiting the gay-straight alliance Swish and Swish Ally Fund of The Stonewall Community Foundation. The event will be hosted by Good Morning America and ABC Correspondent, Sara Haines.

Starring Broadway's hottest talent:

Jodi Bluestein (The Concrete Jungle cast recording)

Adam Chandler (2014 MAC Award Nominee)

Joshua Dixon (Picture Perfect)

Kylie Edmond (Singer, Songwriter, Co-Founder of Rock & Rawhide)

Chris Gleim (Radio City Christmas Spectacular)

Matthew Hashimoto (Winner Apollo Amateur Night Super Top Dog 2012)

Rachel Izen (Broadway's Mary Poppins)

Sarah Kay Marchetti Gleim (Radio City Christmas Spectacular)

Vicky Modica (Picture Perfect)

Christine Rowan (White Christmas, Man of La Mancha, Guys & Dolls)

Sutton Lee Seymour (Winner of 2014 So You Think You Can Drag, Host & Star of the Sutton Lee Seymour Show at New World Stages)

Leonard Sullivan (Hairspray, High School Musical)

Katie Thompson (Off-Broadway's Giant; singer-songwriter whose works have been featured on So You Think You Can Dance & her solo albums)

Andromeda Turre (Sleep No More, solo recording artist)

Molly Tynes (Broadway's Pippin)

Justin Michael Van Pelt (creator & host of The Girly Show)

The concert is set for May 19, 2014. 8pm curtain. At Le Poisson Rouge, NYC. Streaming LIVE everywhere. 1hr30min run time. Tickets on sale now at

Swish is an award-winning nonprofit organization dedicated to engaging straight allies in joyful partnership with the LGBT rights movement for the last 11 years. In 2014, Swish will be launching its newest venture, the Swish Ally Fund of The Stonewall Community Foundation to make grants to grassroots organizations around the world to engage straight allies in the ongoing fight for love and equality.

Le Poisson Rouge is located at 158 Bleecker Street, between Sullivan Street and Thompson Street. It is a short walk from the W. 4th Street Subway Station's A, C, E, B, D, F and Q trains. It is also near the 1 Christopher Street Subway Station.

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