Check Out These Exclusive Portraits of 2019 Broadway Flea Market Guests Jordin Sparks, Eva Noblezada, Gavin Creel, and More

Photos   Check Out These Exclusive Portraits of 2019 Broadway Flea Market Guests Jordin Sparks, Eva Noblezada, Gavin Creel, and More
 
The annual Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS event raised $870,167 September 22.
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Jordin Sparks Evan Zimmerman

Take a look at these exclusive portrait of some of the biggest stars seen at Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’ 2019 Broadway Flea Market and Grand Auction, which raised $870,167 for charity September 22.

Among those in attendance were current Waitress star Jordin Sparks; Hadestown stars Reeve Carney, Eva Noblezada, André De Shields, and Patrick Page; Dear Evan Hansen star Andrew Barth Feldman in the midst of being photobombed by Gavin Creel; and many more. Over 60 Broadway performers and alumni made appearances.

Flip through the portraits below:

The event had over 50 tables of Broadway mementos, collectible Playbills, and gifts for theatre fans to purchase. Nearly half of the $870,167 raised came from the merchandise tables, the top three of which were Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers (ATPAM) with $35,656, Hadestown with $29,940, and Beetlejuice with $19,831.

The day ended with a live auction, which raised $310,950. The two biggest items sold were a day at The Phantom of the Opera, including an onstage appearance, followed by a Hadestown package featuring lunch with De Shields and VIP house seats.

Broadway Cares President Tom Viola announced later that evening at the Broadway Back to School Gala that $10,000 of that amount raised will go to Educational Theatre Foundation. The 33 editions of the Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction have collectively raised $15.4 million.

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