Riverdale’s Casey Cott and Mean Girls’ Barrett Wilbert Weed and Grey Henson Set for #giveback concert | Playbill

Benefits and Galas Riverdale’s Casey Cott and Mean Girls’ Barrett Wilbert Weed and Grey Henson Set for #giveback concert Amélie and Tuck Everlasting songwriter Nathan Tysen directs the 6th annual concert featuring a host of Broadway talent.
Casey Cott, Barrett Wilbert Weed, and Grey Henson

The sixth annual #giveback concert, which raises funds for the Crime Victims Treatment Center, returns May 13 at 7:30 PM at WNYC’s The Green Space. The concert, which will be live-streamed, is directed by Nathan Tysen (Tuck Everlasting, Amélie).

Set to perform are Casey Cott (Riverdale), Chris Weaver (The Voice), Darius de Haas (Rent), Christina Sajous (Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark), Barrett Wilbert Weed (Mean Girls), Grey Henson (Mean Girls), Sean Green, Jr. (Hamilton), Morgan Reilly, Charissa Hogeland (Jesus Christ Superstar Live), and Pretty Sad White Girls. The concert will conclude with a performance from The Yard Theatre Company.

Click here for information on the live stream.

Expect songs written by Tom Kitt and Nathan Tysen, Shaina Taub, Kait Kerrigan and Brian Lowdermilk, Georgia Stitt, Adam Gwon, and more. The #giveback concert is presented by Broadway Unlocked founder Jessica Ryan, along with Kelly Weaver and Mike Borges.

“In 2011, my best friend, actor and survivor Avery Ragsdale had his life saved thanks to the free therapy and services he received at Crime Victims Treatment Center,” Broadway Unlocked founder Jessica Ryan said in a statement. “He asked if I would help get our friends to lend their talents and raise money for a coloring table for their lobby, I knew a coloring table wasn't enough. Seven years later, Broadway Unlocked and Crime Victims Treatment Center continue to bring together a powerhouse roster of Broadway, TV, YouTube and film talent to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars. Thanks to the visibility of the #MeToo movement and #TimesUp, it's more important than ever that we continue do our part to keep the doors open so that other people like Avery can receive help and healing regardless of their financial circumstances.”

General admission tickets are $120, VIP tickets are $250, and tickets are available online at BroadwayUnlocked.Ticketspice.com.



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