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This annual event combines the naughtiness of burlesque and the razzle-dazzle of Broadway. More than 200 of the hottest male and female dancers in New York City take to the stage for two sensational shows.
The Easter Bonnet Competition is a two-day Broadway spectacular that celebrates six weeks of intensive fundraising efforts by dozens of Broadway, Off‐Broadway and national touring productions.
Performers from participating shows sing, dance, and wear strikingly creative and elaborate Easter bonnets made especially for the event. The winner of the Easter Bonnet Competition will be the company that raises the most for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Awards also are given for best bonnet design and best presentation during the performances.
Bombshell was the Marilyn Monroe musical created in NBC's Golden Globe-nominated television hit series "Smash." The one-night-only landmark event featuring Bombshell's original songs will feature Christian Borle, Will Chase, Megan Hilty, Katharine McPhee and Debra Messing (all subject to availability). Completing the cast will be a starry collection of Broadway favorites. Bombshell features the Emmy-nominated songs "Let Me Be Your Star," and "Hang the Moon."
Played as a Texas Hold 'em tournament, Broadway Bets will welcome an array of industry insiders and theatre fans all competing against each other to be the last player standing and first Broadway Bets champion. Prizes will be awarded for top players. Foxwoods Resort Casino will be the official tournament host of Broadway Bets with Micah Hollingworth of Jujamcyn Theaters and Mark Shacket of Foresight Theatrical serving as the tournament directors.
Hope you are in great health & spirit. We would like to invite you to our Annual Fund Raising Event in Celebration of 13 years of Adhunika. With your presence we can once again make life-altering changes for a girl in Bangladesh. And we hope you will provide us with the opportunity to continue serving the women of Bangladesh. We look forward to seeing you on April 4th, 2015. Please bring your friends & family. We promise an amazing evening of kindness, talent, and hope for the next generation.
City Tech Theatreworks with the support of Cause Effect Agency presents: Forged in Fire, a collaborative performance piece by Okello Kelo Sam, Robert Ajwang, and Laura Edmondson that integrates humor, dance, music, and testimony to explore Okello's wrenching experiences of the civil war in northern Uganda. Performed by Okello, this moving piece also celebrates the culture and music of Uganda. This performance is presented in support of Hope North, the school founded by Okello Sam for child victims of the civil war.
Garden of Laughs is the all-star comedy event benefiting Garden of Dreams. Stage and TV veteran Steve Schirripa hosts this year's event at the Theater at Madison Square Garden.
Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine return to New York City to perform a special concert comprising their greatest hits including: "Get On Your Feet," "Conga," "Rhythm is Gonna Get You," "Mi Tierra," and more!
The Broadway League's Viva Broadway initiative is an audience development partnership with the Hispanic community to help bridge the world of Broadway with Latino audiences around the country. The long-term initiative aims to increase awareness about Broadway while culturally enriching lives, bringing families together, and building new careers in the theatre. Proceeds will go towards The Broadway League's Family First Nights®, a nationwide program specifically designed to encourage economically at-risk families to attend theatre on a regular basis.
MCC Theater's annual Miscast Gala is one of the most exciting and unique theater events in town. Broadway's hottest stars perform songs from roles in which they would never be cast.
Proceeds from Miscast 2015 will, as always, support MCC Theater's mission to develop and produce exciting work Off-Broadway, as well as its Youth Company and partnerships with New York City public high schools, and MCC's literary development work with emerging playwrights.
The schedule for the evening is as follows:
6:30 p.m. Cocktails
7:30 p.m. Dinner and Honoree Celebration
8:45 p.m. Miscast 2015 Revue
The Road of Promise is a new concert adaptation of Kurt Weill and Franz Werfel's epic 1937 stage spectacle, The Eternal Road, led by Tony Award-winning conductor/director Ted Sperling and featuring a cast of world-renowned singers and a 200-voice chorus and symphony orchestra. Like the original stage work, The Road of Promise combines a story about a synagogue under threat of persecution with defining stories from the Old Testament.
Written by members of the Plastic Theatre and conceived & directed by Tony Speciale, The Secret Court is inspired by true events that occurred at Harvard University in the spring of 1920, when a student's suicide sparked a campus-wide investigation by a panel of administrators who convened to investigate, expose and ultimately expel a group of homosexual students. Both intimate and epic, The Secret Court explores themes of fear and societal intolerance that are as relevant today as they were 95 years ago.
Shockingly, for more than eighty years the events surrounding the incident were covered-up, until 2002 when Amit Paley, a student journalist for The Harvard Crimson, came upon a reference to the "Secret Court" while combing university archives. After initial resistance, Harvard granted Mr. Paley access to the long-abandoned files of over 500 pages of documents describing the systematic persecution of a group of students. The revelation of this controversy motivated conceiver and director Speciale's own journey into the court transcripts, family correspondence, and academic records revealing the lives of these promising young men. Speciale and his team of co-writers devoted hours of research and development decoding the previously hidden records from The Court, piecing together a timeline of events in order to shine a light on a long ignored event in our country's history.