The evening, which will benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, will feature performances or presentations by Eden Riegel, Christian Campbell, James Mitchell, David Canary, Thorsten Kaye, Jacob Young, Eva La Rue, Walt Willey, Jill Larson, Elizabeth Hendrickson, Vincent Irizarry, Michael Knight, Bobbie Eakes, Alexa Havins, Rebecca Budig, Cameron Mathison, Alicia Minshew, John Callahan, Terri Ivens, Michael Jordan, Tanisha Lynn, Leven Rambin, James Scott and Aiden Turner. Show time is 7:30 PM.
Concertgoers can expect to hear tunes from a host of Broadway musicals, including Wicked, Rent, The Apple Tree, Chicago, Once Upon a Mattress and Annie Get Your Gun. Seth Rudetsky has also penned special lyrics to A Chorus Line's "I Hope It Get It," which will be performed by O'Donnell and the ensemble. The complete song list for the evening follows:
"I Hope I Get It," performed by Rosie O'Donnell and ensemble
"Winning Isn't Everything," performed by Susan Lucci (penned by Marvin Hamlish for Lucci)
"Here in Pine Valley," performed by Walt Willey
"This Is the Moment" from Jekyll & Hyde, performed by Vincent Irizarry
"Shy" from Once Upon a Mattress, performed by Elizabeth Hendrickson
"That's Life"/Cabaret's "Maybe This Time," performed by Eva La Rue
"Someone to Watch Over Me," performed by Julia Barr
"Sensitive Song" by Laurence O'Keefe, performed by Christian Campbell
"Georgia on My Mind," performed by Bobbie Eakes
"All I Care About Is Love" from Chicago, performed by Aiden Turner
"It's Alright With Me," performed by Susan Lucci
"I Want to Be a Rockette," performed by Kathy Brier
"The Story Goes On" from Baby, performed by Eden Riegel
"Laziest Gal in Town," performed by Alicia Minshew
"I'm Gorgeous" from The Apple Tree, performed by Jill Larson
"Where The Boys Are," performed by Tanisha Lynn
"One Song Glory" from Rent, performed by Jacob Young
"For Good" from Wicked, performed by Eden Riegel and Elizabeth Hendrickson
"New York City Blues," performed by Susan Lucci
"There's No Business Like Show Business," performed by the Company (special lyrics by John Dietrick)
About the event, Tom Viola, executive director of Broadway Cares, said in a statement, "From our first days in the late 1980's, the Daytime community has always joined Broadway Cares in its fundraising efforts on behalf of people with AIDS and their families with extraordinary enthusiasm and generosity. The stars of daytime have been special champions — not to mention that a good many 'moonlight' nights on Broadway. All of us at BC/EFA are now thrilled to be able to be a part of 'All My Children's' anniversary celebration with this special performance in Town Hall." "All My Children" celebrated its 35th anniversary Jan. 5. The daytime drama won the 1998 Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series, the third time the show received this honor. "All My Children" is produced in New York and airs Monday-Friday afternoons at 1 PM ET on ABC-TV.
Town Hall is located in Manhattan on West 43rd Street. Visit www.broadwaycares.org for more information.