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Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction Raises Record-Breaking Amount

By New York City

Broadway fans lined West 44th Street on Sunday, September 23 to find the memorabilia of their dreams.
Broadway fans lined West 44th Street on Sunday, September 23 to find the memorabilia of their dreams.
(© David Gordon)
The 26th Annual Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction, held Sunday, September 23, has raised a record-breaking $681,892 for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

This total beats the previous 2000 record of $574,000, and is up $137,384 over last year's total of $547,658.

Dozens of shows and organizations were selling merchandise and memorabilia at the event, with members of their respective casts on hand to talk to fans.

Among the highest-selling items of the day were a VIP package to Barbra Streisand's upcoming Brooklyn concert complete with meet-and-greet with the star; tickets to the New York movie premiere and opening night party for Les Miserables; and tickets to the Broadway production of Evita that come with a backstage meeting with star Ricky Martin and an autographed shirt that he wore onstage.

Click here to see TheaterMania's photo coverage of the Celebrity Autograph table at the Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction.

For more information, visit broadwaycares.org.

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