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10th Annual BROADWAY CAN! Concert For City Harvest Comes to Don't Tell Mama

10th Annual BROADWAY CAN! Concert For City Harvest Comes to Don't Tell Mama

The 10th Annual Broadway Can! Concert for City Harvest will be presented at Don't Tell Mama, Sunday, November 18th at 7pm.

The evening will be comprised of songs by composer/lyricist Seth Bisen-Hersh. Bisen-Hersh will be joined on stage by a phenomenal cast of performers: Lily Ali-Oshatz, Kristy Cates (Finding Neverland, Wicked), Taylor P. Conant (Chicago), Yurel Echezarrta (Head Over Heels, Aladdin), Dani Granati, Cooper Grodin (The Phantom of the Opera), Luke Grooms (Jerry Springer: the Opera), Riley Krull (Mamma Mia), Miriam Kushel, Rita Markova (The Fantasticks), Sophie Lee Morris (Chicago), Mary Page Nance (Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812), Analise Scarpaci (Matilda, A Christmas Story), Matt Wiercinski (Anastasia), Reji Wood (Rocktopia) and Kristin Yancy (Summer: The Donna Summer Musical).

The audience can expect to hear 20 songs from Bisen-Hersh's catalog featuring popular songs from his musicals The Diamond as Big as The Ritz, Love Quirks and More to Love.

The show will conclude with a rousing version of "Enough Already" the song featured in his Get Out the Vote video starring Mario Lopez. All the proceeds and collected canned goods will be donated to City Harvest, which has "served New York City for more than 30 years" as a "food rescue organization, dedicated to feeding the city's hungry men, women, and children."

For more information or to donate, please visit: $18 Cover/2 Drink Minimum (cash only - $2 off with the donation of a canned good). Don't Tell Mama, 343 W. 46th St.. Call for reservations after 4: 212-757-0788 or online at

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