Broadway Meets Country At All-Star Benefit Concert Nov. 12

News   Broadway Meets Country At All-Star Benefit Concert Nov. 12 Broadway performers are set to sing country tunes, and country singers will croon theatre fare at the Nov. 12 benefit concert at the Frederick P. Rose Hall, Broadway Meets Country.

The 11 PM concert, which benefits The Actors' Fund of America and the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund, will be co-hosted by Brian Stokes Mitchell and Lee Ann Womack. Those scheduled to perform include Broadway stars Jason Danieley, Reneé Elise Goldsberry, Marin Mazzie, Andrea McArdle, Idina Menzel, Donna Murphy, James Naughton, Marian Seldes, Ben Vereen and Patrick Wilson as well as country recording artists Trace Adkins, Glen Campbell, Billy Currington, Raul Malo, Richie McDonald, Jamie O'Neal, Julie Roberts, Carrie Underwood and Trisha Yearwood. Stephen Oremus is the musical director for the one-night-only event. Concertgoers can expect to hear Glen Campbell's rendition of "You'll Never Walk Alone," Billy Currington's "On the Street Where You Live," Marin Mazzie's "9 to 5," Andrea McArdle's "Fancy," Donna Murphy's "Walking After Midnight," James Naughton's "I've Been Everywhere," Carrie Underwood and Patrick Wilson's duet of "Suddenly Seymour," Ben Vereen's "King of the Road" and Trisha Yearwood and Idina Menzel's pairing on Wicked's "For Good."

Frederick P. Rose Hall is located in the Home of Jazz at Lincoln Center, Broadway at West 60th Street. Tickets, priced $350 (show only) and $1,000 (concert plus pre-show cocktail reception with the performers), are available by calling (212) 212-869-4535.

Visit www.livebroadway.com/BroadwayMeetsCountry/Index.html for more information.

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