The cast of Broadway's Fun Home will perform a one-night-only concert in Orlando to benefit the survivors of a mass shooting in an Orlando gay nightclub.

According to the AP, the concert version of the musical will be performed at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, which is located a few blocks away from the Pulse nightclub where 49 people died and dozens were injured.

The July 24 concert will raise money for the victims of the incident and their families and Equality Florida.

The award-winning musical is the first Broadway show to feature a lesbian protagonist.

“As the first musical with a lesbian protagonist, we so often hear from audience members at Fun Home that it was the first time they saw themselves represented on a Broadway stage,” said the show's producers in a statement. “We all feel so helpless, but hopefully this will allow us to give back to the LGBT community in this tiny way.”