Victoria Clark and Laura Osnes Will Perform at Impossible Things Are Happening Every Day Benefit

Tony Award winner Victoria Clark and Tony Award nominee Laura Osnes, who will star in the upcoming Broadway production of Cinderella, will perform in the Dec. 9 benefit Impossible Things Are Happening Every Day.

Douglas Carter Beane and son Cooper in 2010
Douglas Carter Beane and son Cooper in 2010 (Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN)

The 3 PM event at Judson Memorial Church, which will offer a sneak peek at the new production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella, is a benefit for the Semillas De Amor, a children's home in Antigua, Guatemala. Whoopi Goldberg, Cynthia Nixon, Donna Murphy, Douglas Carter Beane and Lewis Flinn are behind the cause.

Kids are welcome at the special event that will include the performance, as well as holiday treats and refreshments.

Impossible Things Are Happening Every Day is personal for Tony Award nominee Douglas Carter Beane, the book writer of Cinderella, and his partner, songwriter Lewis Flinn ( Lysistrata Jones). The couple adopted their children from Semillas De Amor. New restrictions on international adoption that went into effect in 2008 have left 24 children still at the home.

According to Beane, "With no hope for adoption, they will grow up at Semillas until adulthood. Existing solely on private donations, the founder and board have done amazing things to provide for these kids and raise them as a family. They built a first rate facility and school, and in addition to providing the basics of food, clothes, toys, books, beds, they have given love to these kids (now ages 5-13)."

The goal is to raise $20,000 to help keep Semillas De Amor open. If the home is forced to shut down due to lack of funding, the children who reside there will be sent to government-run orphanages.

For tickets, or to donate, visit The Judson Memorial Church is located at 239 Thompson Street.