You Are Loved-A Concert Benefiting Trans Youth In Texas Set at Green Room 42 | Playbill

Cabaret & Concert News You Are Loved-A Concert Benefiting Trans Youth In Texas Set at Green Room 42

The concert will support the Texas chapters of the Transgender Education Network and ACLU.

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Green Room 42 Marc J. Franklin

Transgender actor and Trans Voices Cabaret creator Donnie Cianciotto (he/them, Southern Comfort) will bring You Are Loved-A Concert Benefitting Trans Youth in Texas to New York's The Green Room 42 April 13 at 7 PM ET. The concert will raise money for the Transgender Education Network of Texas and the Texas chapter of the ACLU. Both in-person and streaming tickets are available for the event.

The evening’s line-up includes Max Crumm (they/them, Grease, Disaster), Alan Gonzalez (they/him), Brian Levario (they/them), JJ Maley (they/them/he/him, Indecent, What The Constitution Means To Me), Bobbie Lowe (she/her/zie/hir), Erin Quill (she/her, Avenue Q), Imani Russell (they/them), Nora Schell (they/them, Jagged Little Pill), Courter Simmons (he/him, Jersey Boys), and more to be announced. Special video messages by Judy Kuhn (she/her, Fun Home) and Anthony Rapp (he/him, Rent) will also be shown. 

Emily Cohn (she/her) will serve as musical director, with Cianciotto helming the evening. 

“Texas lawmakers are attempting to restrict trans youths' access to gender-affirming care by labeling it as child abuse,” says Cianciotto. “We know that trans and nonbinary youth who have access to gender-affirming medical care are are less likely to experience depression or attempt to commit suicide. We stand in solidarity with trans youth and their families in Texas and want them to know that they are seen, valid, and loved.”

For tickets, visit TheGreenRoom42.VenueTix.com.

 
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