Broadway Unlocked Raises $38,000 For The Crime Victims Treatment Center
On Sunday night at the 6th annual #giveback concert, Broadway Unlocked raised $38,000 to benefit the Crime Victims Treatment Center at WNYC's The Greene Space.
The evening featured performances from Casey Cott ("Riverdale," All the Little Things We Kill), Chris Weaver ("The Voice"), Jordan Donica (Hamilton, My Fair Lady), Darius deHaas (Rent, Dreamgirls), Christina Sajous (Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark, American Idiot), Colton Ryan (Dear Evan Hansen, "Homeland"), Sean Green, Jr. (Hamilton, A Wall Apart), Christina Maxwell (Chasing Rainbows), Morgan Reilly (The Duplex, Rockwood Music Hall), Charissa Hogeland ("Jesus Christ Superstar Live," Heathers), and Pretty Sad White Girls. Music by Tom Kitt (Next to Normal, Freaky Friday) & Nathan Tysen, Shaina Taub (As You Like It, Twelfth Night), Kait Kerrigan & Brian Lowdermilk (The Mad Ones), Georgia Stitt (Snow Child, Samantha Spade, Ace Detective), Marcy Heisler & Zina Goldrich (Ever After, Dear Edwina), Joey Contreras (Ring Around, Forget Me Not), Adam Gwon (Ordinary Days, String), Michael Kooman & Christopher Dimond (Vampirina, Romantics Anonymous), Bobby Cronin (Mary & Max, 'Til Death Do Us Part) and Selda Sahin & Derek Gregor (Grind).
ABOUT BROADWAY UNLOCKED
Broadway Unlocked is an arts innovation company, opening new doors by bridging the gap between technology and theatre. Through interactive media, live performances made omni-platform, forward thinking technology solutions and producing resources focused on theatre that leverages digital solutions onstage and off, BU is helping to usher in a new era of live theatre that's more relevant and valuable than ever before. Through its #giveback concert initiative, Broadway Unlocked is committed to connecting theatre communities around the world and empowering them to be a part of something bigger and make a difference in their communities. To date, the #giveback concert has raised almost a quarter of a million dollars for Crime Victims Treatment Center, and other centers that provide completely free therapy and services for survivors of violent crime.
ABOUT THE CRIME VICTIMS TREATMENT CENTER
The Crime Victims Treatment Center is a not-for-profit organization committed to helping people heal from violent crime. CVTC respects that healing comes in many forms and recognizes the importance of a holistic approach. CVTC provides a wide range of therapeutic services free of charge to anyone impacted by violence. They are dedicated to advocacy on behalf of survivors, collaboration with partners across a multitude of disciplines, and training for those who work with survivors. CVTC is committed to changing cultural norms around violence and promoting social justice through progressive legislation and community mobilization.
Photo: Darius de Haas and the Broadway Unlocked Choir - Photo by Nick Coleman