Jill Paice and Kate Jennings Grant Added to Living for Today Concert

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Broadway's Jill Paice, Russell Fischer and Kate Jennings Grant have joined the line-up for the Oct. 24 Living for Today benefit concert at the Laurie Beechman Theatre.

Conceived and directed by David Alpert (The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide, Guys and Dolls, White Noise), the 9:30 PM event will be composed entirely of show-stopping songs that conclude the first act of Broadway musicals. Chris Blisset will host.

Audiences can expect to hear songs from Sunday in the Park with George, Avenue Q, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Chicago, The Apple Tree and more.

Paice (Curtains, The 39 Steps), Fishcer (Jersey Boys) and Grant (Guys and Dolls) will join the previously announced Nancy Anderson (Wonderful Town), Paige Davis (Sweet Charity), Tituss Burgess (Guys and Dolls), John Treacy Egan (The Producers), Kate Shindle (Legally Blonde), Stephanie D'Abruzzo (Avenue Q), Graham Rowat (Guys and Dolls), Nikki Renee Daniels (Les Misérables), Jonathan Rayson (Little Shop of Horrors), Ben Cameron (Wicked) and Celina Carvajal (Toxic Avenger).

The Living for Today ensemble will include Jeffrey Paul Baker, Jana DeBusk, Heather Dolan, Justin Goodemoot, Martin Landry, Killian Patton, Cassandra Sandberg and Cassandra Blair Weekley. Michael Postic serves as musical director.

Youtube personality Randy Rainbow will also debut a new video as part of the benefit evening. Living for Today was created in honor of the late Gilana Shira Alpert by her brother, David Alpert. The Gilana Shira Alpert Fund was established in 2007 following the loss of Alpert at the age of 26. The fund, which has raised over $17,000, supports organizations Gilana was passionate about, including  equality rights, sex education, theatre studies and Holocaust awareness.

There is a $10 cover charge and a $15 food/drink minimum. For reservations call (212) 695-6909 or visit BeechmanTheatre.

The Laurie Beechman Theatre is located within the West Bank Cafe at 407 West 42nd Street.

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