Toe-Tapping Song, Dance and Shining Stars in Broadway, My Way
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The last date listed for Broadway My Way was Saturday April 6, 2013 / 8:00pm (Silent Auction Opens at 6pm).
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Long Island rockers Blue Oyster Cult have been writing, recording and performing hard rock for over 40 years, selling more than 24 million records in the process. Some of their biggest hits include the gargantuan rocker "Godzilla," the blazing "Burnin' For You" and their biggest song, "(Don't Fear) The Reaper," which was introduced to a whole new generation of fans by a now-classic Saturday Night Live sketch ... "More cowbell!" With a live show that hasn't lost any of its impact over the years, it's no wonder Blue Oyster Cult continue to entertain their legions of dedicated fans in such a big way. An opening set at this Saban Theatre concert will be performed by rock band Remains of Giants. Learn More
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Broadway stars scheduled to appear in this show include: Andrew Rannells (The Book of Mormon, Jersey Boys), Sutton Foster (Thoroughly Modern Millie, Anything Goes), Patrick Cassidy (42nd Street), Carole Cook (42nd Street), Karen Culliver (The Phantom of the Opera), Tyne Daly (Master Class), Davis Gaines (The Phantom of the Opera), Florence Henderson (The Girl Who Came to Supper), Shirley Jones (42nd Street), Jane Lanier (Guys and Dolls), Vicki Lewis (Chicago), Kimberly Locke (American Idol), Tom Lowe, Pat Marshall (The Pajama Game), Patricia Morison (The King and I), Janis Paige (Mame), Madison Claire Parks, Valarie Pettiford (Fosse), Andrew Samonsky (Scandalous), James Snyder (Cry-Baby), Bruce Vilanch (Hairspray) and JoAnne Worley (The Drowsy Chaperone).
The silent auction opens at 6pm.
About the Ticket Supplier: Southland Theatre Artists Goodwill Event (S.T.A.G.E.)
Back in 1984, at a time of mass fear and confusion about AIDS, a small group of friends in the Los Angeles theatre community came together in an effort to combat the devastating impact the disease was having on their friends and loved ones. Actor/writer/director Michael Kearns and the late writer/director James Carroll Pickett approached producer Susan Obrow and accomplished director David Galligan to create the first Southland Theatre Artists Goodwill Event (S.T.A.G.E.). Each S.T.A.G.E. benefit is a unique way for the Los Angeles performing arts community to raise awareness and funds for HIV/AIDS service agencies, such as AIDS Project Los Angeles, while demonstrating love and support for those living with and affected by the disease. Over the past 25 years, S.T.A.G.E. productions have raised more than $5 million dollars to support HIV/AIDS charities throughout Southern California. 25 Years and Still Persevering!