Leading Men III DVD, with Groff, Lewis, Steggert, Sieber, Will Be Available at BC/EFA Flea Market

News   Leading Men III DVD, with Groff, Lewis, Steggert, Sieber, Will Be Available at BC/EFA Flea Market
A DVD of the April 21 The Leading Men III concert, which was presented at Birdland to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, will be available for sale at the upcoming Broadway Flea Market in Shubert Alley.
Jonathan Groff
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The DVD of the concert, which was conceived by former Playbill.com columnist Wayman Wong, will also benefit BC/EFA. The Flea Market is scheduled to run from 10 AM-7 PM Sept. 21. The Leading Men III, which was directed by Alan Muraoka and hosted by Shrek's John Tartaglia, boasted performances by Tom Andersen, Skylar Astin, David Burnham, Jim Caruso, Jonathan Groff, Aaron Lazar, Norm Lewis, Michael McElroy, Skie Ocasio, Aaron Ramey, Robb Sapp, Benjamin Schrader, Christopher Sieber, Marcus Simeone, Bobby Steggert and Jim Walton. Seth Rudetsky was the musical director.

DVDs of Leading Men and Leading Men II concerts will also be for sale at the Flea Market. The former features the vocals of Cheyenne Jackson, Matthew Morrison, Jai Rodriguez and Max von Essen, while the latter includes the work of Matt Cavenaugh, Norm Lewis, Hugh Panaro and Daniel Reichard.

The DVDs, all priced $25, will be available at the Broadway Beat table, which will also sell DVDs of Broadway Bares, The Easter Bonnet Competition, Gypsy of the Year and Nothin' Like a Dame.

Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS is the nation's largest industry-based, nonprofit AIDS fundraising and grant-making organization. Since its founding in 1988 the organization has distributed over $130 million for services for people with AIDS, HIV or HIV-related illnesses. For more information about the organization or the upcoming Flea Market, visit www.BroadwayCares.org.

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