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Athena Sings
Monday, October 21, 2019 at 7:00PM

The Laurie Beechman Theatre
407 West 42nd Street
Downstairs at the West Bank Cafe
NEW YORK, NY 10036

There is also a $20 food/beverage minimum per person.

Athena Theatre presents ATHENA SINGS Directed by Mateo Moreno Music Direction by Josh Kight October 21 @ 7PM The Laurie Beechman Theatre 407 West 42nd Street Downstairs at the West Bank Cafe NEW YORK, NY 10036 ATHENA SINGS will feature performances by Lauren Nicole Chapman (FROZEN), Sophia Gennusa (MATILDA THE MUSICAL–Original Broadway cast), Marla Louissant (BEAUTIFUL), Tracy McDowell (MOTOWN THE MUSICAL), Michelle Maccarone (LAST NIGHT IN BALLYHOO), Salena Qureshi (THE SOCIETY on Netflix), Michaela Alyse Tomcho (BOHEMIAN VALENTINE), Maddy Trumble (NEWSIES), Mateo Moreno (NO HABLO ESPAÑOL: MIXTAPE OF A MEXICAN’T–upcoming), Kaitlyn Terpstra (WITHIN OUR WALLS–upcoming) and others. For one night only October 21st, Athena Theatre’s ATHENA SINGS showcase will feature new and unheard songs by emerging and established lyricists and composers performed by artists from Broadway and Off-Broadway. Proceeds from the showcase will be shared with the community organization Broadway’s Babies. Athena Theatre also looks to engage the broader theatre community by sharing proceeds of the showcase with Broadway’s Babies. Broadway’s Babies is a New York City-based nonprofit organization that harnesses the time, talent, and influence of the Broadway community to increase access to arts education in underprivileged communities in New York and around the world. Broadway’s Babies values youth-focused, community-focused, and representative education that combines the arts with advocacy to equip youth to be socially aware thinkers, strong and bold performers, and dynamic community leaders. Athena Theatre seeks to plant the seeds for deeper community partnership while giving audiences the tools to bring about social change and make a difference.