Matthew Morrison, Jenn Gambatese, Lauren Molina and More Set for Jammin’ for Godot

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12 Jan 2006

Matthew Morrison
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A host of Broadway and jazz talents will take part in Jammin’ for Godot, a concert to benefit FourScore Productions, a new nonprofit theatre.

The Jan. 16 evening will be held at the Culture Project. Those set to lend their voices to the evening include Jane Monheit, Matthew Morrison, Jenn Gambatese, Kingsley Leggs, Lauren Molina, Brian Charles Rooney, Elena Shaddow and jazz combo Exit 59. Show time is 8 PM.

Proceeds from the concert will underwrite Godot Has Left the Building, a new play by John Griffin that “captures the spirit of Beckett’s masterpiece while posing new questions in the context of modern issues.” The work is set to make its New York debut at the Culture Project in June.

The Culture Project is located in Manhattan at 45 Bleecker Street. Tickets, priced $50 (show only), $100 and $150 (show and pre-show reception), are available by calling (718) 768-0086 or by e-mailing