The 7 PM performance of the coming-of-age musical at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre benefits the non-profit organization. Tickets, priced $111.50 (with premium orchestra seats at $200), are available by calling (212) 221-7300, ext. 133. The Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre is located in Manhattan at 242 West 45th Street, between Broadway and 8th Avenue.
Written by composer-lyricist Brown (Parade, The Last Five Years) and librettists Dan Elish and Robert Horn, 13 — featuring actors and a band all composed of teenagers — charts the anxieties and excitement of kids who are struggling with hormones and middle school hierarchy.
In 13, A New Musical, according to producers, "Evan Goldman has it all — he's popular, has the perfect family and lives in the greatest city in the world — New York. That is until his parents get divorced and he's forced to move with his Mom… to Indiana. Uprooted from his old life, he has to make new friends and somehow maneuver his way through the minefield of High School to become part of the 'in-crowd.' A grown-up story about growing up, featuring the only all-teenage cast ever to hit Broadway!"
The Actors Fund, which was founded in 1882, is a non-profit organization that provides for the social welfare of all entertainment professionals. Some of the many programs The Actors Fund provides include a nursing home and assisted living care facility; senior and disabled programs; mental health services; chemical dependency services; entertainment industry assistance programs; the Phyllis Newman Women's Health Initiative; the AIDS Initiative; and supportive housing on both coasts.
For more information visit www.actorsfund.org.