Proceeds from the 7 PM and 10 PM shows will benefit The Broadway Dreams Foundation, Broadway in South Africa and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
Directed by Rockers on Broadway founder Donnie Kehr (Jersey Boys, Billy Elliot), Halloween Spooktacular, according to press notes, "promises to take a spine-tingling turn with an evening of Haloween themed rock classics that run the gamut from 'Witchcraft' to 'Thriller' to 'Time Warp' all performed by some of the biggest stars working on Broadway today along side rock and pop’s favorite icons." The evening will also feature a costume contest presided over by a panel of all-star judges.
"After several great years at BB King's, we decided to go back to our roots and do two shows in a more intimate setting," said Rockers founder Kehr in a statement. "[The Midtown Theatre] will be a huge hit with our Rockers on Broadway audience."
Rockers on Broadway, now in its 18th year, was founded by Kehr while appearing in the Broadway run of The Who’s Tommy and was inspired by Pete Townshend, who wanted the play’s performers to experience the feeling of singing with a rock band in a concert-style venue, and to transfer the rawness of that edge to the stage.
The Path Fund, Inc. (Performing Artists That Help) was formed as a result of the success of Rockers on Broadway and aims to give artists of all kinds an avenue to share their unique talents while helping raise money for charities that benefit the arts and entertainment communities that inspire their livelihood.
The Midtown Theatre at the HA! Comedy Club is located at 163 West 46th Street just off Seventh Avenue. For more information and tickets, visit www.rockersonbroadway.com.