Bleachers, Lena Dunham, Andrew McMahon and More Gather for The Ally Coalition's Talent Show in Support of LGBTQ Youth

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For one night, some of entertainment's most talented voices, including Bleachers, Lena Dunham, Janeane Garofalo, Andrew McMahon, Ingrid Michaelson are coming together for a variety show filled with music and laughs at The Ally Coalition's Talent Show on December 2nd at New World Stages.

Many more incredible entertainers will be announced soon.

"We're excited to bring together the talents of so many people we respect for an amazing night," says Jack Antonoff, one of the founders of TAC and founding member of Bleachers and fun.

"There are so many local organizations across the country helping LGBTQ youth in their community and we are grateful to bring attention to their important work."

The proceeds from the Talent Show will go to TAC's local partner organizations across the country.

These organizations support youths, like New Alternatives for Youth in New York City, which helps LGBTQ youths experiencing homelessness transition into stable adult lives.

Current TAC projects including working with collecting winter hats for partners in Chicago, Portland, Seattle, New York and Boston; raising support to provide weekly hot meals at New Alternatives for LGBTQ youth and raising funds for Detroit's Ruth Ellis Center to develop a community health center to provide comprehensive medical and mental health services.

Further media and promotional support of the event will be provided by Above Average, the leading premium online comedy video network behind hit web series like "Sound Advice" with SNL's Vanessa Bayer, "7 Minutes in Heaven," "Sugarboy," and others.