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Five Broadway productions will offer performances to benefit the Entertainment Community Fund

The performances will take place in May and July.

(L-R) Jason Schmidt, Sky Lakota-Lynch and Brody Grant in Broadway’s “The Outsiders,” 2024 (Credit: Matthew Murphy)

The Entertainment Community has announced five Broadway productions that will participate in its “producer’s picks” program. “The Outsiders,” “Patriots” and “Illinoise,” as well as the revivals of “An Enemy of the People” and “The Who’s Tommy,” will host performances where proceeds from blocks of tickets will benefit the fund’s programs and services.

Performance dates and times will include “The Outsiders” on May 15 at 8 p.m., “Patriots” on May 22 at 7 p.m., “Illinoise” on May 23 at 8 p.m., “An Enemy of the People” on May 29 at 8 p.m. and “The Who’s Tommy” on July 11 at 7 p.m.

At the select performances, cast members from each show will offer a curtain speech explaining the impact of their ticket sales to the Fund, which provides services and emergency funds to workers in not just the Broadway community, but the entertainment industry as a whole.

“‘Producer’s Picks’ performances offer a way for theatergoers to come together to enjoy a memorable night while giving back to those who bring the arts to life,” said fund president and CEO Joe Benincasa in a statement. “We’re grateful to these shows — all of which have received Tony nominations — whose ticket donations make this program possible and to the audiences who join us for these meaningful performances.”