Illyria Benefit Concert Features Creel, Foa, Jenkins and Jackson

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A benefit concert reading of the new musical Illyria will be held March 15 at the Lucille Lortel Theatre.
Gavin Creel
Gavin Creel

Adapted by Cara Reichel and Peter Mills from Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, Illyria made its Manhattan debut in 2002 at the Hudson Guild Theatre. The benefit cast will feature Thoroughly Modern Millie Tony nominee Gavin Creel as Sebastian, Avenue Q's Barrett Foa as Sir Andrew, Aida's Cheyenne Jackson as Orsino, Big River's Daniel Jenkins as Feste and Megan McGinnis as Viola. Peter Mills wrote book, music and lyrics for the new musical. A benefit for the Prospect Theater Company, the 7:30 PM concert will be followed by a reception at Caffé ShaSha, 510 Hudson Street.

Tickets for the event are priced $25 (balcony seating, no reception), $50 (orchestra seating, no reception) and $100 (orchestra seating and post show reception). Tickets are available at the Lucille Lortel box office (121 Christopher Street) or by visiting Click here.

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