Want to have Tony Randall serve as your butler, take a tap dance lesson with the Rockettes or spend the day on Sesame Street? Through Dec. 14 only, Yahoo! Auctions and the Actor's Fund will open up a slew of unique items for bidding to benefit the Fund's September 11th Campaign.
Not only will one-of-a-kind items like an afternoon sailing with Walter Cronkite or a backstage meeting with Bruce Springsteen be offered, but also autograph photos and playbills from many different celebrities including recently deceased theatre great Jason Robards, Nathan Lane, Frank Langella, John Lithgow, Danny Aiello and Nicole Kidman. Two-time Tony Award winner Bebe Neuwirth is the committee chair for the event.
Other theatrical items on block include :
— VIP nights at Mamma Mia! or Aida
— Opening night admittance to the show and party for Thoroughly Modern Millie
— Lunch with composer Jerry Herman at the Polo Lounge in Los Angeles
— A walk-on on "Judging Amy" and a chance to hang out with Tyne Daly
— A Broadway debut in The Phantom of the Opera
— VIP tickets to Patrick Stewart's A Christmas Carol, including a reception aferwards
To peruse the sale items, visit http://auctions.yahoo.com. The Actor's Fund is dedicated to the century-old, non-profit organization that helps entertainment professionals in need with the September 11th Campaign especially reserved for those hurt by the terrorist attacks. For more information on the Actor's Fund, visit http://www.actorsfund.org. — By Christine Ehren