Christmas Eve’s Holiday Hunkfest, With 13 Broadway Hunks, Held December 12

News   Christmas Eve’s Holiday Hunkfest, With 13 Broadway Hunks, Held December 12
 
The annual event takes place at Howl at the Moon.
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Thirteen of the most strapping men on Broadway take part in Christmas Eve’s Holiday Hunkfest, the annual event hosted by Ann Harada (as the sassy therapist she originated in Avenue Q, Christmas Eve).

The event returns to New York City December 12. Featuring a bevy of the hottest males on Broadway, the evening is produced by and benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

Scheduled to appear are Corey Cott, Colin Cunliffe, Aaron Finley, Santino Fontana, Jordan Gelber, James Monroe Iglehart, Devin Ilaw, Jay Armstrong Johnson, Donald Jones Jr., Michael Mindlin, Ryan Silverman, Howie Michael Smith, and Bobby Conte Thornton.

Christmas Eve’s Holiday Hunkfest (#hunkfest) takes place at 7:30 PM at Howl at the Moon. Doors open at 6:30 PM. Tickets range from $50–$110 and are available at BroadwayCares.org. VIP tickets include a party with the cast after the show.

The evening is directed by Alan Muraoka with choreography by Michael Mindlin and music direction by Gary Adler. The show was conceived and written by Adler, Harada, and Muraoka.

According to press notes, “The adorably offensive Christmas Eve, played by Harada, will redefine romance through a hilarious cabaret of show tunes and modern hits, joined by some of the hottest hunks on the Great White Way.”

Harada originated the role of Christmas Eve in both the Broadway and London productions of the Tony Award-winning Avenue Q. She was most recently seen in Off-Broadway’s Stuffed, a comedy written by Lisa Lampanelli.

Howl at the Moon is located at 240 W. 52nd Street. For more information, visit BroadwayCares.org.

(Updated December 12, 2016)

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