The event marks the third annual concert, formerly known as The Bridge, which helps CVTC provide services free of charge. The 7:30 PM concert will also be webcast.
It promises performances by Keenan-Bolger (Newsies, Tuck Everlasting), Tysen and Miller and Taylor Trensch (Matilda, Bare), as well as Jason Hite (Bare), Eryn Murman (Spring Awakening), Eric Namaky of the band 5J Barrow.
Producers are using indiegogo.com to raise funds to present the concert. Individuals who donate will also be able to attend the April 22 performance. Tickets are also available for purchase. Proceeds raised beyond the $6,500 cost of producing the concert will be donated to CVTC.
"We're so proud and excited that the support we've received in past years from talented and dedicated performers continues! This year we will be able to reach out to thousands across the country, broadening our community and inviting anyone to be a part of helping survivors heal," said Susan Xenarios, director of the Crime Victims Treatment Center, in a statement. "This is a celebration of recovery and transformation and we are thrilled to know that through this concert, our mission will reach anyone who chooses to be touched by it. At a time when traditional funding has been greatly diminished, the funds received through this benefit are desperately needed to continue providing the high quality of care we offer to survivors of violence."