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New York Civil Liberties Union - NYCLU
125 Broad St, Fl 19th, New York, New York 10004
Spend an unforgettable evening with fellow art and music lovers celebrating the power and beauty of expression. This year Broadway Stands Up for Freedom welcomes Kurt Crowley of “Hamilton: An American Musical” as the music director for the show. The concert will also feature Gavin Creel, 2017 Tony award winning actor and Chris Jackson, 2015 Tony-award nominated actor from Hamilton: An American Musical. Brilliant Broadway songwriter teams creating original music, written and composed exclusively for this concert, will be performed by a lineup of Broadway’s brightest stars and up-and-coming talent. Each song highlights a different civil liberties issue and the work of the ACLU and NYCLU using humor, irony and the freedom of expression!
Ticket sales and sponsorships support the ACLU & NYCLU’s mission to protect the rights of all New Yorkers.
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The evening will also showcase the teenage winners of the NYCLU’s Freedom of Expression contest, which invites New York City public schools students to speak their minds on important civil liberties issues in their lives.
Susan Blackwell*, Talk show host of Side by Side on Broadway.com
Andrea Burns, Drama Desk Award Winner
Gavin Creel*, Tony Award Winner (2017), Drama Desk Award Winner
Ryan Fielding Garrett, Music Director, Kinky Boots (2014-2016)
Michael Friedman*, 3-Time Drama Desk Nominee, Obie Award Winner
Christopher Jackson*, Drama Desk/Emmy/Grammy Award Winner, Tony Award Nominee
Celia Keenan-Bolger, 3-Time Tony Award Nominee, 2-Time Drama Desk Winner
Liana Stampur, Broadway Stands Up For Freedom Co-Founder
Shaina Taub*, Jonathan Larsen Award Winner, Lucille Lortel nominee, MacDowell Colony Resident
Taylor Trensch, Broadway 2017 — Hello, Dolly!
Adrienne Warren, Tony Award Nominee
*Also a songwriter
Ryan Fielding Garrett, Music Director-Kinky Boots (2014-2016)
Joe Kinosian & Kellen Blair, Joseph Jefferson Award Winners, Drama Desk Award nominees, the ASCAP Foundation’s Mary Rodgers/Lorenz Hart Award Winners
Michael Kooman & Chris Dimond b/k/a Kooman & Dimond, of Dani Girl, Homemade Fusion, The Noteworthy Life of Howard Barnes; 2011 debut album, Out of Our Heads
Michael R. Jackson, Dramatist Guild Fellow
Brian Lowdermilk, Richard Rodgers Staged Reading Award Winner, Dramatist Guild Fellow, Alan Menken Award Winner, and Kait Kerrigan, Edward Kleban Award Winner
Clinton Curtis, Founder and Front man, The Clinton Curtis Band
Mark “Stew” Stewart, Tony Award Winner, Drama Desk Award Winner
Georgia Stitt, Harold Arlen Award Winner, ANMT Search for New Voices in American Musical Theatre Winner, ASCAP Frederick Loewe Fellowship Winner, the Harold Arlen Award Winner, the Sue Brewer Award Winner
Nathan Tysen, Tony Award nominee