PHOTO CALL: Young Stars of Matilda, Violet, Motown, Billy Elliot, Lion King and "Dance Moms" Present Cabaret for a Cause Benefit

Cabaret for a Cause presented a one-night-only concert Aug. 11 at Brooklyn's Galapagos Arts Space to benefit kef productions and their education program, Story Shifters.

Doors opened at 6 PM for the 7 PM event. Tiffany Schleigh produced.

Hosted by Schleigh, Paul Pilcz and Ava Cantrell, the evening featured the talents of Tea' Adamson ("Dance Moms"), Rachel Arianna ( Pippi Longstocking), Gabriella Baldacchino ( A Christmas Story), Erica Barnett ( Matilda), Anna Barrett, Kamryn Beck ("Dance Moms"), Jade Cloud ("Dance Moms"), Jon Viktor Corpuz (Godspell, A Midsummer Night's Dream), Nick Daniels ("Dance Moms"), Scarlett Diaz ( Shrek the Musical), Andrew DiTusa (A Little Princess), Adam Dorfman ( A Little Princess), Peyton Ella ( The Sound of Music), Emma Howard (Matilda, Violet), Haley Huelsman ("Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition"), Darius Kaleb (Motown, A Raisin in the Sun), Jeremy Kelley (Encore Performing Arts Center), Vivian Luu, Anna McCarthy (A Little Princess), Gianna Newborg ("Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition"), Alexis Paige ( A Little Princess), Sam Poon ( Billy Elliot, Macbeth), Sarah Reasons ("Dance Moms"), Marina Redlich (Billy Elliot), Laurissa Romain ( South Pacific), Bailey Ryon ( Matilda), Sadie Seelert ( Mary Poppins), Emerson Steele (Violet), Vivi Anne Stein ("Dance Moms"), Devon Stemler (CaRu Entertainment), Lucas Triana ("Dance Moms," "Dance Moms Miami"), Kaci Walfall ( The Lion King), Jessalyn Ward (Pacific Coast Academy of Dance) and Jaycee Wilkins (Disney's "Shake it Up," "The X Factor").

Pianist Michael Harren was the evening's musical director.

Created in 2010, Cabaret for a Cause "brings together young performers from Broadway, film, and television to make a difference and change the lives of young people in need," according to press notes. Ticket sales benefit non-profit theatre company kef productions and their education program, Story Shifters, a "theatre arts residency specifically designed for students with physical, emotional, and neurological disabilities, including students on the autism spectrum and students with special needs." To donate directly visit