Broadway Memorabilia Up for Bid to Benefit AIDS Project L.A.

News   Broadway Memorabilia Up for Bid to Benefit AIDS Project L.A.
A host of Broadway performers and writers have donated autographed memorabilia to benefit AIDS Project Los Angeles.

Several 2004 Tony Award nominees — including Tonya Pinkins, Stephanie D'Abruzzo, Isabel Keating, Jeff Marx, Idina Menzel, Alfred Molina, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Stephen Schwartz, John Tartaglia, Jennifer Westfeldt and Karen Ziemba — are among the stars who have donated photos, Playbills or recordings to benefit the organization. Other donations came from Alec Baldwin, Gary Beach, Stephanie J. Block, Betty Buckley, Christy Carlson Romano, John Cariani, Deborah Cox, Gavin Creel, Andre DeShields, Susan Egan, Melissa Errico, Tovah Feldshuh, Harvey Fierstein, Sutton Foster, Randy Graff, Joel Grey, Ann Harada, Anne Heche, Shirley Jones, Larry Kramer, Laura Linney, Patti LuPone, Kathy Najimy, Manu Narayan, James Naughton, Jason Patric, Elizabeth Parkinson, Laila Robins, Carole Shelley, Christopher Sieber, Douglas Sills, Leslie Uggams and Max Von Essen. The auction, which is currently underway at Ebay, includes such items as autographed sheet music from Wicked and Avenue Q; signed Playbills from Wonderful Town and Caroline, or Change; and autographed photos of John Tartaglia, Stephanie D'Abruzzo, Ann Harada, Patti LuPone, Betty Buckley and more.

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