The Bridge Benefit, Featuring Krysta Rodriguez, Morgan James, Logan Marshall-Green, Held April 30

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30 Apr 2012

Morgan James
Morgan James
Photo by Laura Marie Duncan

Krysta Rodriguez, Morgan James, Natalie Joy Johnson and Logan Marshall-Green perform as part of the April 30 benefit concert The Bridge: Where Hope and Respect Come Together at 92YTribeca.

The second-annual benefit raises funds for for St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center's Crime Victims Treatment Center, which empowers and aids survivors of violent crimes.

The 8 PM concert, hosted by Zach Booth ("Damages"), promises new music and original material inspired by stories of CVTC clients. Among the contributing writers are Tony nominee Craig Lucas (The Light in the Piazza, Prelude to a Kiss), Nathan Tysen (Tuck Everlasting, Burnt Part Boys), Swedish theater/film composer and songwriter Nils-Petter Ankarblom, Michael Patrick Walker and Gary Adler (Altar Boyz).

The evening promises performances by Rodriguez (The Addams Family), James (Godspell), Johnson (Legally Blonde), Marshall-Green ("The O.C."), Kenita Miller (The Color Purple), Uzo Aduba (Godspell), Adam Halpin (Glory Days) and singer-songwriter Jeremy Schonfeld (Drift).

Danny Taylor ("Smash") serves as musical director for the evening with Jason Sherbundy ("Smash", Catch Me If You Can) on drums and Joseph Wallace on bass.

The event is sponsored by Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, Angela Myers and Lawrence Stock.

For tickets, priced $90-$125, visit TheBridge-CVTC.