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Broadway Bares 18: Wonderland Mary Birdsong to travel down the rabbit hole to benefit Broadway Cares / Equity Fights Aids

Broadway Bares 18: Wonderland will be held on 22 Jun 2008 with two performances only at Roseland Ballroom. Broadway Bares 18: Wonderland is produced by and benefits Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights AIDS.

This year�s Broadway Bares will have over 200 of Broadway�s hottest bodies traveling �through the looking glass� to bring some of Wonderland�s classic characters to life on stage at Roseland Ballroom.

Broadway Bares 18: Wonderland will take Lewis Carroll�s tale of young Alice (Mary Birdsong) as she travels down a rabbit hole audiences won�t soon forget. Along the way, Alice will encounter a White Rabbit that will make audiences blush, a Mad Tea Party featuring a sexy Mad Hatter and a tempting March Hare, and a Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum that only BROADWAY BARES could deliver.

Broadway Bares 18: Wonderland is produced by Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, executive produced by Tony Award-winner Jerry Mitchell (Legally Blonde, Hairspray), and will be directed by Denis Jones (Legally Blonde, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels).

The first Broadway Bares in 1992 featured seven dancers stripping on a bar and raised over $8,000. Since then, the 17 previous editions of BROADWAY BARES have collectively raised over $4.5 million to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and grown to a full-fledged production featuring over 200 of Broadway�s sexiest dancers.

Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (BC/EFA) is the nation�s leading industry-based, nonprofit AIDS fund raising and grant making organization. BC/EFA is the on-going, committed response from the American theater community to an urgent worldwide health crisis. By drawing upon the talents, resources and generosity of this community, BC/EFA raises funds for AIDS-related causes across the United States. Since it�s founding in 1988, BC/EFA has raised over $130 million for critically needed services for people with AIDS, HIV, or HIV-related illnesses.

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