Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction in aid of Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights AIDS
Theatre and daytime television stars are coming out to support Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights AIDS at the 22ND ANNUAL Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction to be held on 21 Sep from 10am ï¿½ 7pm in Shubert Alley (225 West 45th Street).
The event will be held outdoors in Shubert Alley and is free and open to the public. From posing with your favorite Broadway and Daytime stars for photos, to buying that lost cast recording, signed show posters and Playbills, rare costume sketches or special gift for a theatre-lover you canï¿½t find anywhere ï¿½ this yearï¿½s Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction promises to offer something for everyone.
The Grand Auction has always been the highlight of the Flea Market event and this year will not disappoint. The following lots are included in the auction and will be up for bidding!
- Make your Broadway debut in one of Broadwayï¿½s hit shows. Donï¿½t miss the chance to bid on the opportunity to have a walk-on role in Mamma Mia, Hairspray, The Phantom of the Opera, Wicked, Jersey Boys, and more.
- Get ï¿½VIPï¿½ with tickets and special backstage treatment at some of Broadway hottest shows, including The Phantom of the Opera, The Lion King, Mary Poppins, and more.
- Donï¿½t miss your chance to own rare, one-of-a kind Broadway memorabilia. To commemorate the final performance of Rent on Broadway, own a piece of history and win the original exit door of the Nederlander Theatre with a photo of Jesse L. Martin as Collins and Idina Menzel as Maureen in Rent, signed by Mr. Martin.
- Also on the auction block is Ray Klausenï¿½s original set model for the Broadway revival of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, signed by Terrance Howard, Phylicia Rashad, Anika Noni Rose, James Earl Jones, and the Broadway cast.
- Angela Lansbury and Marian Seldes have signed the original onstage tennis trophy prop from their recent production of Deuce on Broadway.
Celebrities scheduled to appear at the Celebrity Autograph Table and Photo Booth in exchange for donations to BC/EFA include:
- 11:00am ï¿½ 11:50am
- Malan Breton (ï¿½Project Runwayï¿½)
- Danny Burstein (South Pacific)
- Gavin Creel (Thoroughly Modern Millie)
- Van Hansis (ï¿½As the World Turnsï¿½)
- Neil Haskell (Altar Boyz)
- Victorya Hong (ï¿½Project Runwayï¿½)
- Jayne Houdyshell (Wicked)
- Michael E. Knight (ï¿½All My Childrenï¿½)
- Ilene Kristen (ï¿½One Life to Liveï¿½)
- Rebecca Luker (Mary Poppins
- Jake Silbermann (ï¿½As the World Turnsï¿½)
- KayCee Stroh (High School Musical)
- 12:00pm ï¿½ 12:50pm
- Loretta Ables Sayre (South Pacific)
- Richard H. Blake (Legally Blonde)
- Andrï¿½a Burns (In the Heights)
- Marj Dusay (ï¿½Guiding Lightï¿½)
- Robin de Jesï¿½s (In the Heights)
- Mandy Gonzalez (In the Heights)
- Bailey Hanks (Legally Blonde)
- Aaron Lazar (Tale of Two Cities)
- Beth Leavel (Young Frankenstein
- Priscilla Lopez (In the Heights)
- Karen Olivo (In the Heights)
- Kevin Spirtas (ï¿½One Life to Liveï¿½)
- 1:00pm ï¿½ 1:50pm
- Laura Benanti (Gypsy)
- Kerry Butler (Xanadu)
- Jennifer Ferrin (The 39 Steps)
- Kathryn Hahn (ï¿½Brothers & Sisters,ï¿½ Boeing Boeing)
- Christian Hoff (Jersey Boys)
- Brian Kerwin (August: Osage County)
- Norm Lewis (The Little Mermaid)
- Marcy Rylan (ï¿½Guiding Lightï¿½)
- Robin Strasser (ï¿½One Life to Liveï¿½)
- 2:00pm ï¿½ 2:50pm
- Justis Bolding (ï¿½One Life to Liveï¿½)
- Mario Cantone (Sex and the City)
- Matt Cavenaugh (A Catered Affair)
- Kathleen Chalfant (Angels in America)
- Stephanie Dï¿½Abruzzo (Avenue Q)
- John Driscoll (ï¿½Guiding Lightï¿½)
- Melissa Claire Egan (ï¿½All My Childrenï¿½)
- Nicole Forester (ï¿½Guiding Lightï¿½)
- Robert Newman (ï¿½Guiding Lightï¿½)
- Chrishell Stause (ï¿½All My Childrenï¿½)
- 3:00pm ï¿½ 3:50pm
- Amanda Baker (ï¿½All My Childrenï¿½)
- Tituss Burgess (The Little Mermaid)
- Ewa Da Cruz (ï¿½As the World Turnsï¿½)
- Trent Dawson (ï¿½As the World Turnsï¿½)
- Derek Keeling (Grease)
- Chris March (Project Runway)
- Phyllis Newman
- Marian Seldes (Deuce)
- Lynn Redgrave (Grace)
- Marnie Schulenberg (ï¿½As the World Turnsï¿½)
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (BC/EFA) is the nationï¿½s 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 itï¿½s founding in 1988, BC/EFA has raised over $140 million for critically needed services for people with AIDS, HIV, or HIV-related illnesses.
Originally published on