Tituss Burgess, Rachel Bay Jones, Javier Muñoz and more of your favorite Broadway stars will come together to celebrate equality and love on Monday, March 13, at this year’s Broadway Backwards. Join us for an unforgettable evening of community and unity as Broadway’s best perform gender-reversed renditions of the great songs of musical theatre. Get your tickets now.
The sexiest dancers on Broadway will strut and strip in every season’s hottest show, Broadway Bares. This annual extravaganza features more than 150 of Broadway’s best performers in two dazzling shows at 9:30 pm and midnight on Sunday, June 18. Get your tickets now.
A limited number of seats benefiting Dancers Responding to AIDS are available for the Wednesday, March 22, performance of Paul Taylor American Modern Dance. The evening includes unforgettable pieces from one of the city’s most acclaimed companies. Don’t miss this VIP opportunity to support DRA, a program of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Get tickets.
Classical Action, a program of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, is proud to welcome renowned soprano Ailyn Pérez to the Michael Palm Series of house concerts. Enjoy a special evening with this world-renowned talent in an intimate TriBeCa loft on Tuesday, April 4. Get tickets.
Broadway’s Lesli Margherita, Nancy Opel and more tell the hilarious tale of an ad-libbed murder mystery at the next installment of Villain: DeBlanks on Thursday, February 9, at the Laurie Beechman Theatre in NYC. This uproarious evening of improvisational mayhem benefits Broadway Cares. Get tickets.
From The New York Times, a generous BC/EFA sponsor: Know a film buff in New York, San Francisco or Los Angeles? Give them access to advance screenings, exclusive premieres and special events with film talent. To purchase your gift membership, visit nytfilmclub.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.