Broadway enthusiasts, rejoice. The Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction returns on Sunday, September 24, to the heart of New York City’s theatre district. Celebrate your love of all things theatre by bidding on and buying exclusive Broadway treasures including rare theatrical memorabilia, once-in-a-lifetime experiences and opening night tickets. Start planning your treasure hunt.
Join world-class dance companies and acclaimed emerging artists on the breathtaking banks of the Hudson River at this year’s Hudson Valley Dance Festival, on Saturday, October 7, in historic Catskill, NY. New Yorkers, we’ve made it easy to plan your perfect fall getaway. Take our daytrip package, which includes luxury transportation from midtown Manhattan, a tour of the Thomas Cole National Historic Site, a champagne luncheon, tickets to the 2 pm show and cocktails before returning home. Get tickets.
Star-Studded Concerts and The King and I Cabaret to Benefit Broadway Cares
Four theatre favorites and longtime friends of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS are joining the Broadway @ Town Hall series in Provincetown, MA. The series launches with Megan Hilty and Seth Rudetsky this Sunday, August 6, and continues with Sutton Foster on August 13. The concerts conclude with Jessie Mueller and Rudetsky on September 3. Proceeds benefit Broadway Cares.
The cast of the national tour of The King and I will step out of their roles for an evening and into the benefit cabaret show One Night in Bangkok. The eclectic evening of song and dance on Monday, August 14, at Washington’s Bistro Bistro DC will benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Get tickets.
From The New York Times, a generous Broadway Cares sponsor: Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to see a pre-release screening of the Sundance sensation Ingrid Goes West, followed by a conversation with the film’s central duo, Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olsen, and writer/director Matt Spicer.
Ingrid Goes West is an acerbically hilarious comedy about youth culture, social media and the loneliness of modern life. Described as a wicked comedy, dark psychodrama and scathing satire of friendship and connection in the “like me” era, the film won this year’s Sundance Screenwriting Award.
For tickets to this TimesTalks ScreenTimes event on Monday, August 7, at Florence Gould Hall in Manhattan, call 1.866.811.4111 or visit TimesTalks.com.
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.