The Nov. 30 performance, which will be held at Dixon Place, will boast the talents of Tituss Burgess, Kate Pazakis, Frankie James Grande and Anthony Hollock as well as Logo TV's Jeffery Self and Cole Escola. Martin Gould Cummings will host. The evening will begin at 8 PM with the concert followed by the after party at 10 PM.
Dixon Place is located in Manhattan at 161 Chrystie Street. For tickets, priced $25 and $50, visit www.ovationtix.com/trs/pe/7492015.
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