Erik Altemus, Lauren Elder and Kimberly Locke Part of Broadway Sings for Pride Event

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24 Jun 2013

Erik Altemus
Erik Altemus

Erik Altemus, Brandi Massey, Lauren Elder, Sebastian LaCause and "American Idol" contestant Kimberley Locke are part of Broadway Sings for Pride June 24 at Iguana NYC.

Scott Nevins hosts the 8 PM event that benefits the Hetrick-Martin Institute and Broadway Sings for Pride. There will also be special speakers including a message of hope from Steven Guy and James Clementi of the Tyler Clementi Foundation.

Audiences can expect "pop hits, mashups, Broadway classics" and "stories of LGBT pride." Rachele Rommes stages the evening, which is musical directed by Benjamin Rauhala.

In addition to Altemus, Massey, Elder, LaCause and Locke, announced to participate are Eric Milligan, Anwar Robinson, Kaitlin Monte, Chondra Profit, Raphael Miranda, Maia Wilson, Romelda T. Benjamin, Lexi Lawson, Kyle Kleiboeker, Allison Semmes, Arbender Robinson, John Edwards, Cristina Fontanelli, Bobby Cronin, Rachel Lorin, Connor Antico, Brian Charles Rooney, Valerie Smaldone, Jennifer Fouche, Athena Reich, Angelo Rios, Rori Nogee, Kyle Motsinger, Erika Amato, Adam Shapiro, Jason Testa, Amanda Taraska, Rebecca McBee, Noreen Crayton, Maria Ottavia, Benjamin Torres, Andres Pratts, Alexis Acar, Andrew Werner, Ashley Arcement, Elissa Goldstein, Jana (AJ) Mattioli, Carly Robyn Green, John Hollingsworth, Brian Craft, Diego Ríos López-Vázquez, Tim Garnham and members of "The Hinterlands – An Original Musical Web Series."



For tickets visit BroadwaySingsforPride.com. Iguana NYC is located at 240 W 54th St.