Broadway did it again last night giving back to the city that has a homeless problem especially with teenagers. Stars of Broadway’s brightest shows had a sleepover on the streets of New York City Monday to raise awareness and bring in donations. The Sleep Out fundraising event, run by the nonprofit Covenant House, went from 7 p.m. Monday to 7 a.m. Tuesday.
Actors, actresses, directors, technicians and behind-the-scenes professionals all came together in solidarity to end youth homelessness.
The event’s 80 participants so far have raised more than $230,000 of the $350,000 goal. To donate to the cause, visit Covenant House’ donation page here.