Oklahoma! staged a special tribute to Adolph Green, in which Green's widow Phyllis Newman joined the company on stage to movingly sing some of "Some Other Time." Newman's Women's Health Initiative is also benefitted by Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, the beneficiaries of Gypsy of the Year. Hairspray and Urinetown took home the top honors at the 2002 Gyspy of the Year. Hairspray raised $375,607 for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, besting the second place Rent ($237,689) by more than $100,000. The fundraiser runner-ups were Thoroughly Modern Millie ($143,890), Mamma Mia! ($136,766) and Flower Drum Song ($114,802). With a typically acidic skit aimed at Equity's waffling under producer pressure for special touring contracts, not to mention their Broadway fellows Thoroughly Modern Millie, Flower Drum Song and Hairspray, Urinetown won the Best Skit Prize. Les Miserables, introduced by Colm Wilkinson and featuring one hundred former and current cast members singing "Do You Hear the People Sing?," was the runner-up. Altogether the six weeks of fall fundraising netted $2,275,658 for BC/EFA.