Melissa Errico, Morgan James and Zachary Booth Sing for The Bridge Benefit April 11

News   Melissa Errico, Morgan James and Zachary Booth Sing for The Bridge Benefit April 11
Tony Award nominee Melissa Errico is part of the April 11 benefit concert The Bridge: Where Hope and Respect Come Together at New World Stages.

Melissa Errico
Melissa Errico

The 8 PM concert serves as a benefit for St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center's Crime Victims Treatment Center, which empowers and aids survivors of violent crimes. The concert was conceived by CVTC survivors, including Danny McNie and Maegan Corcoran, both of whom also perform.

Errico, who has appeared on Broadway in My Fair Lady and will headline the upcoming summer concert of Camelot for the Irish Repertory Theatre, is joined by Michael-Leon Wooley (Little Shop of Horrors, "The Princess and the Frog"), Morgan James (Wonderland, The Addams Family), April Hernandez ("Dexter," "Freedom Writers"), Zachary Booth ("Damages," Me, Myself and I), Antuan Raimone (In the Heights), Meggie Cansler (Lucky Guy, Wicked), Kevin Massey (Tarzan, Memphis), Mykal Kilgore (Freckleface Strawberry, Hair), Steve Bargonetti (Hair) and Jennifer McGill ("The New Mickey Mouse Club").

Wayne Barker (Dame Edna: Back with a Vengeance; After the Night and Music) is musical director, with Danny Taylor (The Marvelous Wonderettes) on drums and Joseph Wallace on bass.

The event is sponsored by Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, New World Stages, Angela Myers and Lawrence Stock.

For tickets, priced $75-$125, visit TheBridge-CVTC.

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