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IJM x Broadway: Until All Are Free

April 23rd, 7PM & 9:30PM, Chelsea Table + Stage
Creative Directed and Co-Produced by Grace Copelan

Executive Produced by Jenn Petersen for International Justice Mission

Music Directed by Andrew Shield

International Justice Mission (IJM) and the Broadway community brought their voices together for an evening of justice, hope and freedom. Featuring several of Broadway's brightest stars, this powerful and moving night was more than a concert - it was an invitation to imagine a world without exploitation, violence or fear.

"We are grateful to have so many incredible Broadway artists lending their voices and talents to come alongside us in the work of justice, and particularly in bringing freedom and restoration to children who are being exploited around the world," said Jenn Petersen, IJM's Director of Mobilization for New York City. "The Broadway community is well known for standing with the oppressed, and this is yet another opportunity to witness such generous support and hope."​ The goal of the artists who have dedicated their time and talent to this benefit show is to raise $15,000, the cost to provide aftercare for exploited children in the Philippines. (TW: the topic of child sexual exploitation was discussed.)

Featuring Quentin Earl Darrington, Kennedy Caughell, Laurel Harris, Eloise Kropp, Alex Hayden Miller, Hunter Parrish, Amanda Jane Cooper, Josh Dunn, Zelig Williams, Talitha Farrow, Ellen Stedfeld

Concert photography by Grace Copeland

Videography by Jeremy Varner

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