Inside EPIC Players’ spring fundraiser at Lincoln Center

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EPIC Players performed “Songs From the Spectrum,” its annual musical benefit show in conjunction with World Autism Month. The evening of empowerment and celebration, featuring performances from the theatre company’s troupe of neuro-diverse performers,

EPIC’s performers performed alongside Broadway voices Darren Ritchie (“Wonderland: Alice’s New Musical Adventure,” “Dracula”), Jared Bradshaw (“Charlie & The Chocolate Factory,” “Jersey Boys” and Amaker Smith (“Dreamgirls,” “Priscilla Queen of the Desert: The Musical”).

Musical director for the performance was Jonathan Ivie (“Rock of Ages,” “A Wall Apart”). Songs included over 20 recent and current beloved Broadway, rock and pop hits, including a preview of songs from EPIC’s upcoming June production of “Little Shop of Horrors.”

The evening included a pre-reception featuring open bar and hors d’oeuvres as well as access to a live auction and luxury raffle, featuring backstage experiences at Broadway shows, spa gifts, fine-dining experiences and more.

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