Peters, Cook, Tartaglia, Feldshuh, Burke Join Flea Market's "Celebrity Table"

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Some of Broadway's biggest names — including Bernadette Peters, Barbara Cook, Donna McKechnie and Donna Murphy — have recently been added to the ever-growing list of celebrities who will take part in the 17th Annual Broadway Flea Market and Grand Auction, scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 21. The annual outdoor fundraiser in Shubert Alley is a day-long event (10 AM-7 PM) that raises money for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

More than fifty stars from Broadway, Off-Broadway and television serials will take part in the "Celebrity Table," where theatre fans can purchase autographs by or photos with their favorite stars. Jim Caruso and WPLJ radio personality Jason Drew will co-host the "Celebrity Table," which runs from 11 AM-4 PM. As of press time those scheduled to take part in the "Celebrity Table" include the following talents:


11 AM-12 noon: Real Andrews, Stephanie D'Abruzzo, Christian Borle, Delta Burke, Kerry Butler, Martha Byrne, Hunter Foster, Ann Harada, Dana Ivey, Rebecca Luker, Joe Machota, Tina Madigan, Mary Beth Peil, Chita Rivera

12 noon- 1 PM: Bradley Cole, Ellen Dolan, Harvey Fierstein, Eileen Fulton, Ricky Paull Goldin, Joel Grey, Dick Latessa, Jeff McCarthy, Matthew Morrison, Denis O'Hare, Elizabeth Parkinson, Louise Pitre, John Selya, John Tartaglia, Ashley Tuttle

1-2 PM: Mario Cantone, Sean Dugan, Lesli Kay, Nathan Lane, Beth Leavel, Grayson McCouch, Donna Mckechnie, James Mitchell, Austin Pendleton, Bernadette Peters, Billy Porter, Roger Rees, Peter Samuel 2-3 PM: Polly Bergen, Rebecca Budig, Marj Dusay, Tovah Feldshuh, Patricia Elliott, Ilene  Kristen, Barbara Luna, Donna Murphy, Bebe Neuwirth, Phyllis Newman, Angelica Torn, Ann Wedgeworth

3-4 PM: Jennifer Bassey, Barbara Cook, Andre DeShields, Penny Fuller, Randy Graff, Sandra Joseph, Swoosie Kurtz, Andrea McArdle, Mark Menard, Betsy Palmer, Eden Riegel, Jana Robbins, Tamara Tunie, B. D. Wong

The well-attended event also includes a Grand Auction (at 4:30 PM), where "unique and priceless items" are auctioned to the highest bidder. For a complete list of this year's auction items — including opening-night tickets to The Boy From Oz or Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, signed theatrical posters by Paul Newman and original Broadway casts, a day with The Phantom of the Opera, New Year's Eve Producers tickets and much more — visit the Broadway Cares website at or call (212) 840 0770.

Last year's auction raised $450,000 for BC/EFA. During the Grand Auction, the walk-on parts in Broadway musicals garnered the highest bids — Mamma Mia! raised the most ($13,000) with The Phantom of the Opera and Hairspray taking $6,000. Opening-night tickets and party passes to Dance of the Vampires went for $4,000 with Man of La Mancha a close second at $3,600.

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 $65 million for services for people with AIDS, HIV or HIV-related illnesses.

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