Memphis' Iglehart, Bass, Morton, Parker to Sing for Broadway Impact at Joe's Pub

News   Memphis' Iglehart, Bass, Morton, Parker to Sing for Broadway Impact at Joe's Pub Cast members from the Tony Award-winning musical Memphis will perform a concert to benefit the marriage-equality grassroots organization Broadway Impact Aug. 23 at 7 PM at Joe's Pub.

The evening will feature the talents of James Iglehart, Rhett George, Bryan Fenkart, Danielle Williamson, Brad Bass, Bryan Langlitz, Tracee Beazer, Hilary Elk, Betsy Stuxness, Sydney Morton, John Eric Parker, Jennifer Allen and Shelton Becton.

Rory O'Malley, Broadway Impact co-founder, will host.

"We are so grateful that the cast of Memphis is showing their support for equality again this summer at Joe's Pub," Broadway Impact co-founder and two-time Tony nominee Gavin Creel said in a previous statement. "Last fall, they blew our community away by raising the full amount to sponsor a bus, so that Broadway Impact could send marchers to the National Equality March in DC and, they did all this while in previews for their now Tony award winning show. That kind of dedication and generosity is what this movement is all about."

Joe's Pub is located within the Public Theater, 425 West Lafeyette Street. For tickets ($25 general admssion, $100 VIP tickets with preferred seating and a meet-and-greet after the show), visit joespub.com.

* Broadway Impact aims to mobilize the theatre community and its fans in support of marriage equality. For more information, visit broadwayimpact.com.

James Monroe Iglehart (center) and the cast of <I>Memphis</I>
James Monroe Iglehart (center) and the cast of Memphis
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