Hugh Jackman’s Return Raises Record $1,789,580

  Bringing his wit, charm and a little bit of playful cajoling, Hugh Jackman’s return to Broadway not only broke box office records, but also helped fill a widening gap of financial support for hundreds of AIDS and family service organizations across the country. Opening on November 10, 2011, Hugh Jackman, Back on Broadway played […]

A Moment of Remembrance

When the GYPSY OF THE YEAR Competition was first staged in 1989, the AIDS epidemic had already taken from us a staggering number of people and devastated the theatre community. An activist from the earliest days of the AIDS epidemic, stage and screen star Judith Light, currently featured in the stellar company of the Broadway […]

The Broadway Community Proclaims “It Gets Better!”

On Friday, October 15 and Monday, October 18, more than 60 actors, writers, directors and notable members of the Broadway community were filmed sharing their personal and often painful stories to provide hope and inspiration to LGBTQ youth across America.  The video created from these sessions is part of the It Gets Better Project, which […]

Tables Feature Treasures, Treats & Trinkets

At the 24th Annual Broadway Flea Market, 72 tables raised over $230,000 for BC/EFA by selling everything from rare, original Broadway costume sketches to homemade cupcakes made by company members of your favorite shows.  A pretty impressive figure when you consider that it all started in 1987 when the cast of A Chorus Line launched […]