Video: Watch Andrew Barth Feldman and Kuhoo Verma Perform 'Tell Her' From 13 | Playbill

Video Video: Watch Andrew Barth Feldman and Kuhoo Verma Perform 'Tell Her' From 13

The two and a host of other Broadway favorites will star in a one-night-only benefit concert in March.

Dear Evan Hansen star Andrew Barth Feldman, Kuhoo Verma, and a host of other Broadway favorites are set to star in a one-night-only benefit concert of Jason Robert Brown's 13 March 3. Before they take the stage, hear Feldman and Verma's rendition of "Tell Her" in the video above. 

As previously reported, the concert will be held at 7:00 PM at Lawrence Woodmere Academy in Woodmere, New York. The event is in honor of Feldman's late mother, Barbra Barth Feldman, who passed away from cancer in summer 2019. 

The cast features Feldman as Evan, Verma as Patrice, Ryan J. Haddad as Archie, Antonio Cipriano as Brett, Krysta Rodriguez as Lucy, Gracie Lawrence as Charlotte, Alyssa Wray as Cassie, Sophia James as Molly, Gian Perez as Eddie, Sam Primack as Malcolm, Joe Serafini as Simon, and Frankie Rodriguez as Richie. Casting for the roles of Kendra and the Rabbi are to be announced.

Both Feldman and his mother graduated from Lawrence Woodmere Academy (previously the Woodmere Academy and Lawrence Country Day School), where she served as summer camp director and, later, as head of the school. Proceeds from the concert will benefit the LWA performing arts program, as well as the continued development of the school's theatre, which has been renovated and renamed the Barbra Barth Feldman Performing Arts Center.

"The reason why they named the theatre after [my mom] is because she became a massive advocate for the arts at my school and in my community," Feldman told Playbill in a recent interview. "She created an arts program from the ground up." 

Feldman expressed that besides paying tribute to his mother, contributing to his alma mater serves as a means to reinvest in the creative community that supported him. Proceeds will go toward initiatives for LWA students like scholarships, renovations to sound and lighting systems, budgets for future productions, master classes, and more—all in the name of supporting youth theatre.

"We're turning it into a destination for theatre kids, and theatre for social change," Feldman said. "The fact that I get to be part of that, and give so much of what I wish I had growing up is just so healing and so wonderful...and getting to honor my mom [in] the theatre named after her. She saw me in this show a bunch of times, we're really going to be performing it for her. It's going to be very emotional, and it's going to be really, really fun."

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