Songs in the Key of Equality Will Feature Katie Thompson, Justin Michael Van Pelt, Joshua Dixon and More May 19
15 Apr 2014
Songs in the Key of Equality, the benefit concert for the gay-straight alliance Swish and Swish Ally Fund of The Stonewall Community Foundation, will be held May 19 at 8 PM at Le Poisson Rouge.
Hosted by "Good Morning America" and ABC Correspondent, Sara Haines, the concert will feature performances by Jodi Bluestein, Adam Chandler, Joshua Dixon (Picture Perfect), singer-songwriter Kylie Edmond, Chris Gleim (The Radio City Christmas Spectacular), Matthew Hashimoto, Rachel Izen (Mary Poppins), Sarah Kay Marchetti Gleim (The Radio City Christmas Spectacular), Vicky Modica (Picture Perfect), Christine Rowan (White Christmas, Man of La Mancha), Sutton Lee Seymour ("The Sutton Lee Seymour Show"), Leonard Sullivan (Hairspray, High School Musical), Katie Thompson (Giant), Andromeda Turre (Sleep No More), Molly Tynes (Pippin) and Justin Michael Van Pelt ("The Girly Show").
Swish is a nonprofit organization dedicated to engaging straight allies in partnership with the LGBT rights movement. In 2014, Swish will be launching its newest venture, the Swish Ally Fund of The Stonewall Community Foundation, to make grants to grassroots organizations around the world to engage straight allies in the ongoing fight for love and equality.
Le Poisson Rouge is located at 158 Bleecker Street. Tickets and more information are available by visiting swishpride.org.
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