Be a part of the biggest day for Broadway fans as the 28th Annual Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction returns this fall to Times Square, Shubert Alley and West 44th Street.
The event is scheduled for Sunday, September 21 from 10am-7pm.
Last year, the free-to-the-public, once-a-year outdoor market raised $631,222, bringing the event’s 27-year total to more than $10.3 million.
All the funds raised go to The Randy Report’s favorite charity, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
The Grand Auction, which includes a series of silent auctions throughout the day culminating in an exciting live auction, features dozens of fascinating lots, including walk-on appearances in Broadway’s biggest hits lunches with Tony Award winners, VIP tickets to Broadway opening nights and musical phrases handwritten by Broadway’s best composers and lyricists.
At the Autograph Table & Photo Booth, hosted once again by the inimitable Jim Caruso, fans have the opportunity to get autographs or pose for pictures with their favorite stars from Broadway and Off-Broadway in exchange for donations to Broadway Cares.
Among those schedule to appear are Tony winners Boyd Gaines, Lena Hall, James Monroe Iglehart, Nikki M. James, Bebe Neuwirth, David Hyde Pierce, Billy Porter and Alice Ripley, as well as other Broadway favorites including Bryan Batt, Stephanie J. Block, Danny Burstein, Charlotte d’Amboise, Ann Harada, Andy Karl, Lesli Margherita, Constantine Maroulis, Kyle Dean Massey, Josh Radnor, Christopher Sieber and Patrick Wilson.
(via press release)