Bare's Arden and Taboo's Morton Part of "Today's Talent Sings for Tomorrow" Concert | Playbill

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News Bare's Arden and Taboo's Morton Part of "Today's Talent Sings for Tomorrow" Concert "Today's Talent Sings for Tomorrow" is the title of the Oct. 25 concert to benefit VH1's Save the Music Foundation.

The evening at the Triad Theater will feature works from some of the theatre's up-n-coming writers, including Bat Boy's Larry O'Keefe, Meet John Doe's Andrew Gerle and Eddie Sugarman, Lulu's Adam Gwon and Caligula's Eric Svejcar as well as Seth Bisen-Hersh, Charles Bloom, Joe Drymala, Brooke Fox, Kurt Gellersted, Luna Lovegood, Brendan Millburn, Valerie Vigoda, Mark Smollin and Kelly Dupis. Bare's Michael Arden and Taboo's Euan Morton will be among the night's singers. Show time is 9 PM. Rick Crom, whose theatre credits include Urinetown, The Goodbye Girl and Footloose, will host the evening. Crom will also perform an original song.

VH1 Save The Music Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to restoring instrumental music programs in America's public schools and to raising awareness of the positive impact that music participation has on students.

  The Triad Theater is located in Manhattan at 158 West 72nd Street. Tickets, priced at $25 each (plus a two-drink minimum), are available by calling (212) 868-4444 or by visiting

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