Jenn Colella will return as host for the benefit evening produced by Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
The festival benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS' Dancers Responding to AIDS program.
Watch the teaser trailer for the modern-day burlesque spectacular produced by and benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
Broadway Cares' Spring Fundraising Campaign raised more than $4 million.
The award is given in recognition of Wankel's work with The Actors Fund, Broadway Cares, and more.
Jenn Colella will return as host.
The star-studded concert benefits Broadway Cares and New York City’s LGBT Community Center.
The gathering in solidarity with Ukraine will feature Les Misérables' "Do You Hear the People Sing?" with a verse translated into Ukrainian.
The two Broadway actors performed under the disguise of The Reindeer and The Flower.
The series has two more episodes being released via livestream, benefiting Broadway Cares.
The post-show audience appeals and red buckets have been absent from theatres since the pandemic shut down the industry in March 2020.
The theatrical non-profit is supporting groups working in Kyiv and across Ukraine while facing Russian military action.
The modern-day burlesque spectacular is produced by and benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
The record-breaking sum benefits 127 organizations nationwide.
Your favorite Broadway stars will duke it out—anonymously—when the new season begins live-streaming next month.
Alan Menken, Billy Porter, Chita Rivera, and Beth Leavel will make virtual appearances.
The evening will feature performances and storytelling to honor those affected by HIV and AIDS.
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