Chenoweth’s auction is coordinated by Maddie’s Corner, a charity she founded to bring attention and support to animals in need and to groups working on their behalf. Proceeds from this auction will benefit organizations providing earthquake relief in Haiti, including the relief efforts of the organization Invisible Children. The highest bidder will receive two tickets to the April 25 opening of Broadway’s Promises, Promises starring Chenoweth and Sean Hayes, two tickets to the star-studded after party and a personal introduction to Chenoweth! Bidding on this item ends March 25.
Peters is supporting the Worldwide Orphans Foundation, whose mission and vision is to transform the lives of orphaned children by helping them to become healthy, independent, productive members of their communities and the world. The highest bidder will meet Peters at one of her upcoming concerts! The winner can pick one of the following Bernadette Peters shows to see the star in concert and then meet her backstage:
Saturday, May 1 in Las Vegas
Friday or Saturday, May 7 or 8 in Minneapolis
Saturday, May 22 in Vineland, NJ
Friday, Sept. 10 in St. Louis
Friday, Saturday or Sunday, Sept. 24, 25 or 26 in Cincinnati
Bidding on this item will end April 1. Both auctions are hosted by online charity auction site CharityBuzz.
Peters’ Broadway credits include On the Town, Sunday in the Park with George, Into the Woods, Song and Dance - which earned her her first Tony Award - and Annie Get Your Gun, which won her her second. She was seen most recently as Mama Rose in the 2003 revival of Gypsy, which garnered her a third Tony Award.
Chenoweth has been seen on Broadway in Wicked, Steel Pier, The Apple Tree, and the comedy Epic Proportions. She won a Tony Award for her role as Sally in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Other stars auctioning off items like meet and greets, set visits and VIP tickets include Sting, "Law and Order"'s Mariska Hargitay, Katie Couric and The Divine Miss M herself, Bette Midler.
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— Gemma Wilson