Kantor Replaces Parrish in Drift Benefit Concert

News   Kantor Replaces Parrish in Drift Benefit Concert Adam Kantor, who made his Broadway debut last spring in the now-closed musical Rent, has replaced Spring Awakening's Hunter Parrish in the forthcoming concert version of Jeremy Schonfeld's Drift.

Parrish withdrew due to "scheduling conflicts with Spring Awakening," according to a press statement.

As previously announced, Lauren Kennedy will direct the evening at BB King Blues Club & Grill. The Nov. 3 performance will also boast the talents of Adam Pascal (Rent), Jarrod Emick (Damn Yankees), Julia Murney (Wicked), Kris Coleman (Jersey Boys), Karla Mosley ( Expatriate), Terrence Mann (Beauty and the Beast, Les Miserables), Scott Coulter and Michelle Kinney. Show time is 8 PM.

Produced by the PATH Fund, Inc., the evening will benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights and Atlanta's Broadway Dreams Foundation.

Drift features music and lyrics by Jeremy Schonfeld. The musical, according to press notes, "weaves raw and gracefully honest songs together to tell the story of one man's divorce and reconciliation."

BB King Blues Club & Grill is located in Manhattan at 237 West 42nd Street. Tickets are $60, with standing room available at $30. For reservations visit Ticketmaster.com or call (212) 307-4141. For more information log on to bbkingsblues.com.

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