March 2017 Newsletter

Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS



Broadway BackwardsSensational Stars Added to Broadway Backwards Lineup

Carolee Carmello, Cynthia Erivo, Santino Fontana, Josh Groban and more of Broadway’s best have been added to the celebrated cast of Broadway Backwards on Monday, March 13. These stars and more will break gender norms as they perform gender-reversed renditions of classic show tunes. Tickets are no longer available online, but add your name to the waiting list now.

Broadway BaresSee Dazzling Stripping and Strutting at Broadway Bares

Get your tickets early to the sexiest show of the summer, Broadway Bares. Featuring more than 150 of Broadway’s best dancers in two performances at 9:30 pm and midnight, you won’t want to miss this energetic, enthralling and sultry evening on Sunday, June 18. Get your tickets now.

Paul TaylorPaul Taylor VIP Night Benefits Dancers Responding to AIDS

Only a few VIP tickets remain for the Wednesday, March 22, performance of Paul Taylor American Modern Dance, benefiting Dancers Responding to AIDS, a program of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. This VIP evening includes three unique, unforgettable pieces from one of the city’s most acclaimed companies. Get tickets.

Ailyn PérezClassical Action House Concert Features Ailyn Pérez

Renowned soprano Ailyn Pérez will wrap up the 2016-2017 season of the Michael Palm Series of house concerts, benefiting Classical Action, a program of Broadway Cares. This world-class talent will share her soaring voice in an intimate TriBeCa loft on Tuesday, April 4. Get tickets.

BC/EFA BenefitsMusical Showcases to Benefit Broadway Cares

The brightest young stars in Hillsborough County, FL, will come together on Friday, March 3, at Tampa’s Don Thompson Theatre for a performance benefiting Broadway Cares. Get tickets now and support the next generation before they go on to represent their schools at this year’s Florida State Thespian Festival.

Actor, singer, dancer and longtime HIV survivor and activist Lee Raines will celebrate his life with musical comedy, cartwheels and splits in Egomanic: Lee Raines at New York City’s Laurie Beechman Theatre on Friday, March 24, benefiting Broadway Cares. Get tickets.

When Dr. Ross Hewitt was caring for AIDS patients during the early years of the epidemic, musical theatre and the performing arts were his refuge. Now, he will be making his Don’t Tell Mama debut on Saturday, March 25 with Rainbows and Ribbons, a benefit Broadway Cares. Get tickets.

The Cast of Phantom Sings Rodgers & Hammerstein at NYC’s Birdland on Sunday, April 2 will feature stars from the longest-running show on Broadway. Hosted by James Barbour, the show’s current Phantom, the evening will benefit Broadway Cares. Get tickets.

TimeTalksTimesTalks with Julian Schnabel and Jeff Koons

From The New York Times, a generous BC/EFA sponsor: Don’t miss this rare and exciting opportunity to see award-winning and wildly popular multidisciplinary artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel in conversation with Jeff Koons, the critically acclaimed and controversial artist that rose to prominence in the post-war era. Please join us for an unforgettable evening of spirited conversation between two visionaries and longtime friends, moderated by Randy Kennedy of The New York Times. Get tickets.

ChicagoSupport Broadway Cares by Seeing Kander & Ebb’s Chicago

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.


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