Revelry and friendly rivalry are in the cards when Broadway Bets, Broadway’s official poker tournament, returns for its third edition on Monday, May 15. Stars, industry insiders and theatre lovers will come together at the historic Sardi’s Restaurant for the friendly Texas Hold ’em tournament.
Novices and aces alike are welcome, and anyone can win the coveted title of Broadway Bets champion. Get tickets.
Summer is right around the corner, and now is the time to get your tickets for Broadway Bares. The show features more than 150 of Broadway’s best dancers in two performances at 9:30 pm and midnight on Sunday, June 18. Stay tuned for next week’s much-anticipated announcement of this year’s theme. Get your tickets now.
Fire Island Dance Festival returns July 14-16, bringing unforgettable dance and an incomparable weekend of culture to Fire Island Pines. Tickets to this breathtaking, waterfront event are now available and start at $150. New Yorkers, try the Sunday daytrip package, which includes roundtrip transportation and a pre-show champagne luncheon. Get tickets now.
Movies and Music to Benefit Broadway Cares
Tony winner Stephen Karam’s breakthrough play, Speech & Debate, makes its big screen debut Friday, April 7. This cinematic love letter to musical theatre nerds will donate 25 percent of ticket sales at New York City’s AMC Empire 25 to Broadway Cares. Get tickets.
The national touring company of Dirty Dancing will present “Dirty Dolls,” a special drag cabaret at 11 pm on Sunday, April 16, at Club Majestic in Tulsa. Proceeds benefit Broadway Cares. Ticket available at the door. Get more info.
Who cares about tradition when you’re singing for a good cause? That’s the concept behind the Who Cares Cabaret where college students perform unexpected songs from roles they normally wouldn’t play. The show starts at 11:30 pm on Saturday, April 22, at New York’s Feinstein’s/54 Below. Proceeds benefit Broadway Cares. Get tickets.
Cast members from the national tour of Motown The Musical will perform in a benefit cabaret Monday, April 24, at The Loving Touch in suburban Detroit. Doors open at 6 pm for the 18-and-older event, which benefits Broadway Cares and will feature the cast performing some of their favorite songs and Broadway show tunes. Get tickets.
Thanks to the Fred Ebb Foundation and the incredible generosity of the late Fred Ebb, a portion of ticket sales from all performances of Broadway’s long-running hit Chicago supports Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Don’t miss your opportunity to see this incredible show and help Broadway Cares at the same time.