Broadway Actors Will Belt For the Animals in Another Broadway Meows

News   Broadway Actors Will Belt For the Animals in Another Broadway Meows The seventh annual Broadway Meows concert for the Humane Society of New York will be staged at Don't Tell Mama July 13. The evening will feature performances by a string of Broadway actors, with proceeds going towards the animal welfare organization.

The concert will comprise songs by composer/lyricist Seth Bisen-Hersh, whose cat Smee was saved by the Humane Society six years ago and who spearheads the concert each year as a way of giving back. Bisen-Hersh will be joined onstage by a cast that includes Allie Trimm (13), Amanda Castano (Spring Awakening), Brian Childers (Danny and Sylvia), Brian Shaw (Love Quirks), Celia Mei Rubin (Matilda), Elyse Beyer (Judy and Me), Gabrielle Ruiz (If/Then), Kimberly Faye Greenberg (One Night with Fanny Brice), Laurel Harris (Evita), Lauren Testerman (Love Quirks), Miriam Kushel (More to Love), Nina Hennessey (Bye, Bye Birdie), Rebecca Larkin (South Pacific), Rob Richardson (Jekyll & Hyde), Robert McCaffrey (Love Quirks), Russell Fischer (Jersey Boys), Shelley Thomas (Brooklyn) and Teresa Hui (Love Quirks). The concert will be produced by Noah W. Sprock.

Songs to be featured include "I'm Not Interested in You," "Dear Facebook," "Can You Believe I Was Ever Sad We Broke Up?" and "Why Do I Always Fall for Straight Boys?"

For more information on the upcoming event, visit BroadwayMeows

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