West End and Broadway Star Marisha Wallace releases “Tomorrow” from Annie to raise money for Broadway Cares & Make A Difference Trust

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West End & Broadway star and recording artist, Marisha Wallace (Waitress, Dreamgirls, Aladdin) performs a rising and soulful cover of the timeless “Tomorrow” from the musical Annie to raise funds for The MAD Trust (UK) and Broadway Cares (USA). 100% of the funds raised from purchase and streaming of the song will be donated to both organizations to help all theatre professionals in the US and UK who are now unemployed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

This is the first time that Broadway Cares and MAD Trust charities have ever partnered together to raise funds. The video features many stars of the stage and screen including Katharine McPhee, Lea Salonga, Leslie Odom Jr, Ledisi, Beverly Knight, Nina West and Kerry Ellis and more joining in virtually from their homes.

Should you choose to donate, we would be truly grateful:

Donate any amount at www.madtrust.org.uk/covid

or Text “SUPPORT” to 70111 to donate £5 or 70007 to donate £2 (UK ONLY)

Donate any amount at www.broadwaycares.org/donate

A Massive Thank You to Marisha Wallace @marishawallace for doing this initiative with love and for having one of the biggest hearts and generosity of spirit in the business. Your support is treasured and truly appreciated. You are making a difference to the lives of so many.

Melanie Tranter, Chair of the Make a Difference Trust said, “Since the Make A Difference Trust was established in 2008 the theatre community have joined together with us to raise funds for those less fortunate than themselves.  They have entertained us, made us laugh and cheer, sing and stamp our feet in evenings of pure joy. They have given their time, talent and love so generously to raise funds to support those in need. Now, it’s our turn to support them. Every penny received from this initiative will go directly to help theatre professionals in the UK who are affected by the theatre closures as a result of this crisis. We will work tirelessly to ensure grants are paid swiftly, and directly to those in need. “

Video editing: Marisha Wallace/James Haslam
Signs Artist : Grace Frosen
Additional footage: James Haslam/Jim Glaub/Marisha Wallace