Tony Award winner Cady Huffman (The Producers), Jessica Vosk (Wicked), Max Crumm (Grease), and Nick Adams (Priscilla, Queen of the Desert) are among the Broadway performers lined up for Home Enough To Me: The Songs of Rachel Dean and David Brush, which will take place March 26 at Town Stages.
The 7 PM concert is a benefit for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Yael Silver produces the concert.
Also performing that evening will be Jamison Scott (Memphis), Lauren Elder (Side Show), George Psomas (Fiddler on the Roof), Law Terrell Dunford (Waitress), Tally Sessions (War Paint), Kristin Stokes (The Lightning Thief), Rebecca Spigelman, and Noah Hinsdale (Fun Home).
Dean (composer) and Brush (lyricist) are the writers of the musical The Anxiety Project, which features true stories of individuals affected by anxiety, depression, and a host of other mental illnesses.
Robert W. Schneider will direct with music direction by Kevin David Thomas.
“As artists we must use our voices to help those who feel like they might not have one,” said producer Silver said in a statement. “The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline has answered over 10 million calls from those seeking support in dark times. Art can be a beacon of light in the darkness, and it is my absolute honor to support such a needed service. Rachel and David’s music brings attention to the realities of those struggling with mental illness while creating a safe artistic medium to present this pertinent subject matter.”
Tickets are $65 ($100 for VIP admission) and are available at homeenoughtome.splashthat.com.