More Stars to Sing Opposite of Sex, Little Princess, Spelling Bee Songs at "Composers" Concert, Oct. 4

News   More Stars to Sing Opposite of Sex, Little Princess, Spelling Bee Songs at "Composers" Concert, Oct. 4
Alix Korey, Barrett Foa, Karen Mason and more join John Tartaglia, Melba Moore, Julia Murney and Rachel York for the upcoming "Queer Songbook" benefit concert, "A New Generation of Broadway Composers," Oct. 4.

The event sponsored the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center's "Queer Songbook" series by will perform in New York City, Oct. 4 at 7 PM. Michael Lavine serves as producer and musical director.

Alix Korey (The Wild Party), Barett Foa (Avenue Q) and Karen Mason (Mamma Mia!) as well as Lisa Brescia (Aida) and cabaret stars Tom Andersen, Mark Nadler and KT Sullivan will join the lineup of Broadway who will sing songs from current and upcoming musicals.

Among the performer already announced who will lend their vocal talents include Robert Bartley (Miss Saigon), Shoshana Bean (Hairspray), Jennifer Cody (Urinetown, ), Eric Michael Gillett (The Frogs), Cheyenne Jackson (Aida), Melba Moore (Purlie, Les Miserables), Julia Murney (Wild Party), Meredith Patterson (42nd Street), Christine Pedi (Forbidden Broadway), Billy Porter (Grease), Robb Sapp (Zanna, Don't!), John Tartaglia (Avenue Q) and Rachel York (Victor/Victoria).

The songsters will performers songs from Avenue Q, The Wild Party and BARE and such upcoming shows as The Opposite of Sex (Doug Cohen), The Little Princess (Andrew Lippa), Was (Barry Kleinbort/Joseph Thalkin) and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (William Finn). Other songs will include works by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman (Hairspray), Steve Marzullo (Audra McDonald's "How Glory Goes" CD), John Bucchino, David Friedman, Brian Lasser, Michael Arden, John Wallowitch, Scott Alan and Jeff Blumenkrantz (Urban Cowboy).

To purchase tickets ($35) to "A New Generation of Broadway Composers" at The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center is located at 208 West 13th Street (off Seventh Ave.) in New York, call (212) 620-7310, ext. 274 or visit

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