Kimberley Locke, Adam Pascal, Terri White, Colman Domingo Will Sing for Pride at One-Night-Only NYC Benefit

News   Kimberley Locke, Adam Pascal, Terri White, Colman Domingo Will Sing for Pride at One-Night-Only NYC Benefit
Raphael Miranda (NBC's "News 4 New York") and Marissa Rosen (Off-Broadway’s My Big Gay Italian Wedding) will host Broadway Sings for Pride, which will be presented Dec. 5 at New York City's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center.

Adam Pascal
Adam Pascal

The 6:30 PM concert will feature the talents "American Idol" finalist Kimberley Locke, Tony Award nominee Colman Domingo (The Scottsboro Boys), Drama Desk Award nominee Terri White (Follies), Tony Award nominee Adam Pascal (Rent), Scott Alan (composer-lyricist, Home), King Aswad (Rent national tour), Anastasia Barzee (Jekyll & Hyde), Eleah J. Burman (Atlantic Theater Company's The Facts), Bobby Cronin (Daybreak), Meridith Cullen (Off-Broadway’s My Big Gay Italian Wedding), Angel Desai (NBC’s "The Event"), John Edwards (Jersey Boys), Lauren Elder (Hair), Elli (A Match Made In Manhattan), Adrienne Fishe (Rent national tour), Russell Fischer (Jersey Boys), Jenn Furman (Wicked national tour), Lance Horne (Emmy Award-winning composer), Emily Kinney (Showtime’s "The Big C"), Mary Lahti (Village Light Opera's Kiss Me, Kate), Cedric Leiba Jr. (Off-Broadway’s The Yellow Brick Road), Lori Michaels (recording artist, "Me & The Girls"), Anthony Lee Medina (Spring Awakening  national tour), Athena Reich  (singer), Angelo Luis Rios (Jesus Christ Superstar national tour), Khalid Rivera (The Capeman), Bret Shuford (The Little Mermaid), Allison Siko ("Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"), Antoine L. Smith (Memphis), Amy Toporek (Hairspray national tour) and Katie Thompson (recording artist).

The event will also feature a special video message from Tony winner Carol Channing as well as remarks from Colman Domingo, The Village People’s Randy Jones, Logo TV's "The A-List: New York" cast members Reichen Lehmkuhl  and TJ Kelly, and "The Real Housewives of Twitter"'s Matt Martin, who will all share stories of pride and celebration throughout the concert.

The evening will raise funds to help support the LGBT Center's ongoing work.

Neal B of produces; Jim Lahti is musical director/arranger and pianist. He will be joined by Sean Harkness on acoustic and electric guitar, David Silliman on percussion and Ratzo Harris on bass guitar. Kat Dudina and Mia Grottola, American Sign Language interpreters, will be signing for the hard of hearing and deaf community.

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center is located in Manhattan at 208 West 13th Street. For more information and tickets, visit or

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