View Comments Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today and over the weekend. Barrett W-W’s Good CauseSo very! Barrett Wilbert Weed (Heathers), Jennifer Damiano (Next To Normal), Laura Dreyfuss (Glee), Alex Finke (Les Miz) and more have joined forces for Broadway for UNICEF at New York hostpot The Cutting Room. All proceeds from the November 16 concert will go to UNICEF, which has mobilized the largest humanitarian operation in history in response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis. Under the musical direction of Chris Fenwick, the evening is also set to feature performances by Max Chernin, Blake Daniel, Elizabeth Judd, Kristolyn Lloyd, Sean Ronayne, Michael Tacconi, Meghann Fahy and Jared Loftin. Get tickets here.$45,000 Philip Seymour Hoffman Prize AwardedPlaywrights Clare Barron and Sarah DeLappe will share the American Playwriting Foundation’s The Relentless Award, which is given in honor of stage and screen legend Philip Seymour Hoffman. The pair will split a $45,000 prize and receive the most extensive national roll-out in American theater, with staged readings at some of the most esteemed theaters in the country for their plays. In Barron’s case, it’s for her work Dance Nation, a show about ambition, competition, and growing up—and how we find our souls in the heat of it all; DeLappe has penned The Wolves, a play that follows a girls indoor soccer league. Congratulations to them both!Lloyd Webber Wants You to ListenWe’ve seen and/or heard “You’re in the Band” (in 360!), “Stick it to the Man,” “Where Did the Rock Go,” and of course “Teacher’s Pet,” and now we have another track from School of Rock—The Musical, which begins previews on November 9. Check out “If Only You Would Listen” below and then Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new tuner, which will officially open on December 6 at Broadway’s Winter Garden Theatre.