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Beth Malone, Ashley Park, and More Set for Honest Accomplice Theatre Benefit

More episodes of The Trans Literacy Project, filmed by Andrew Keenan-Bolger, will be released, and a new show will be introduced at this second Make Some Noise event.

Beth Malone, Ashley Park, and Adam Chanler-Berat will participate in a celebrity game night as part of Honest Accomplice Theatre's second Make Some Noise benefit party.
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Honest Accomplice Theatre will hold its second Make Some Noise benefit party on April 23 at Sons of Essex. At the event, more episodes of The Trans Literary Project will be released, and a new show, A Chip on Her Shoulder, will be launched. In addition, the evening will feature a celebrity game night featuring Broadway stars including Kyle Beltran, Adam Chanler-Berat, John Ellison Conlee, De'Lon Grant, Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Beth Malone, Tyler Mount, Ashley Park, Aneesh Sheth, and more.

The Trans Literacy Project is a video series created by trans artists and advocates with the goal of addressing social issues affecting trans people daily. Filmed by Andrew Keenan-Bolger (Tuck Everlasting), the videos are high quality, fun, accessible, and provide meaningful content for both cis and trans people. After the launch, the videos will be shared for free on social media platforms to spread awareness, understanding, and enhance community.

A Chip on Her Shoulder, according to a press release, "delves into the complicated gender dynamics and harassment present in the field of Engineering."

Founded in 2014 by Maggie Keenan-Bolger and Rachel Sullivan, HAT's mission is to drive individual acceptance among and incite community dialogue about women and trans people by exploring topics that are often silenced, seen as shameful, or portrayed as one-dimensional. The company develops original works that play in New York and tour to college campuses and high schools.

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