Sunday, October 17, 2010
An Important Message From Broadway: It Gets Better
In the wake of the epidemic of LGBT suicides across the nation, some of Broadway's finest voices are singing a message of hope, in unison, to young people everywhere that "It Gets Better."
Among those participating to demonstrate that LGBT youth are far from alone are Danny Calvert, Celina Carvajal, Matt Doyle, Ann Harada, Carly Jibson, Jose Llana, Carrie Manolakos, Orfeh, Christina Sajous, John Tartaglia, Marty Thomas and Stephanie Umoh, along with Matt Anctil, Jacob Clemente, Amanda Jane Cooper, Sarah Kathleen Farrell, Victoria Gross, Robyn Kimmel, Todd Latimore, Ray Lee, Blair Shepard, Jimmy Smagula, Tess Soltau, Seth Sikes, Anne Fraser Thomas and Gabe Violett.
"It Gets Better" will become available on iTunes on October 19 with all downloads benefiting The Trevor Project. You can join me in giving directly by clicking here.
If you need a lifeline, please call 1.866.488.7386. Remember, it gets better.
This is Steve On Broadway (SOB).
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