Directed by Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley, the star-studded performance raises money to benefit foster kids.
On October 30, Broadway’s best will gather at The Town Hall in New York City for the third annual Voices for the Voiceless: Stars For Foster Kids concert.
This year’s engagement features performances by two-time Tony nominee Jonathan Groff, Tony winner James Monroe Iglehart, Grammy winner Stephanie Mills, comedian Caroline Rhea, and television star Charlene Tilton, with more performers to be announced.
The concert raises funds and awareness for foster children, “particularly those aged 13 and older who are in danger of aging out of the foster care system alone,” by directly benefiting You Gotta Believe, a New York non-profit specializing in finding permanent homes for foster kids.
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