The 9th annual Voices: Stars For Foster Kids benefit concert has announced a star-studded lineup with Tony winner Patina Miller slated to open the show, leading the group in a performance of "Magic to Do" from Pippin.
The concert, scheduled for September 18 at 7 PM at The Town Hall, will be directed by Brenda Braxton with music direction by Seth Rudetsky. The evening will include performances and appearances by Sharon Catherine Brown, Charlotte d'Amboise, Ta'Nika Gibson, Matt Gould, Anika Larsen, Norm Lewis, Terrence Mann, Griffin Matthews, Gracie McGraw, Rosie Perez, Krysta Rodriguez, and Bellamy Young, with more performers to be announced.
Created and hosted by Stars in the House’s Rudetsky and James Wesley, the Voices concert benefits the New York City-based organization You Gotta Believe, which aims to find permanent parents and families for older children in foster care. The evening showcases stories from adopted children and their found families, connecting them to the performances.
“These concerts are always amazing. The stories about families finding each other are always so moving and inspiring. And then each story connects with a fantastic song that brings the house down," says Wesley.
For more information, visit YouGottaBelieve.org.