NEW YORK — Many Broadway stars have joined together to sing and raise money to help the survivors of the gay nightclub shooting in Orlando, Florida. Now, one Broadway show is going further – performing a few blocks away from the massacre site.

The cast and creative team from “Fun Home” will assemble for a one-night benefit concert version of the Tony Award-winning show on July 24 in Orlando for survivors and victims’ family.

“For our company, there is no choice but to respond with what we have, what we know, and the belief that it leads to something,” said producer Mike Isaacson.

The touching musical is based on Alison Bechdel’s graphic novel memoir about growing up with a closeted dad in the family’s funeral home business. It’s the first Broadway show with a lesbian protagonist.

Tony-winner Michael Cerveris, who stars as the father, came up with the idea of the visit and the rest of the cast and creative team were eager to show their support.

“It was one of those perfect moments where everyone aligned and did so quite quickly,” said producer Kristin Caskey.

The concert will be at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.

Free seats will be set aside for family members of the victims and those directly affected by the shooting.