Arden, Groff, Tartaglia, LaChanze and More Join Flea Market Celebrity Tables

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Several other theatre favorites have joined the ever-growing list of actors taking part in the 20th Annual Broadway Flea Market and Grand Auction held in Shubert Alley.

The Sept. 24 outdoor fundraiser raises money for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and features a host of theatrical memorabilia donated by the theatrical community. The day-long event (10 AM-7 PM) also boasts a Celebrity Table, where theatre fans can purchase autographs by, or photos with, their favorite stars from Broadway, Off-Broadway and television serials. There is a $20 charge each time one walks through the Celebrity Table line.

New additions to the Celebrity Table line-up include Jesse Martin, John Tartaglia, Harvey Fierstein, LaChanze, Michael Arden, Jill Haworth, Milena Govich, Lea Michelle and Jonathan Groff as well as daytime stars Zach Roerig and David Fumero.

These stars will join the previously announced actors, who will take part in the Celebrity Table signings follow: 11 AM-noon: Kevin Cahoon, Paige Davis, John Driscoll, Felicia Finley, Andrea McArdle and Bebe Neuwirth

Noon-1 PM: Danny Burstein, Robert Cuccioli, Edie Falco, Jenn Gambatese, Richard Griffiths, Christian Hoff, Terri Ivens, Beth Leavel, Bob Martin, Daniel Reichard, Jesse Soffer, J. Robert Spencer, Josh Strickland and John Lloyd Young

1-2 PM: Jeff Branson, Marj Dusay, Georgia Engel, Melissa Errico, Barrett Foa, David Garrison, Jose Llana, Richard Kind and Marian Seldes 2-3 PM: Lucie Arnaz, Melissa Claire Egan, Patricia Clarkson, Jason Danieley, Connie Fletcher, Stephanie Gatschet, Crystal Hunt, Dana Ivey, Marin Mazzie, Matthew Morrison, Tom Pelphrey and Chrishell Stause

3-4 PM: Trent Dawson, Harvey Fierstein, Jennifer Landon, Audra McDonald, Julia Murney, Phyllis Newman, Anthony Rapp and Jacob Young.

Last year's Flea Market, held Sept. 25, 2005, raised $544,037 for BC/EFA. The booth that raised the most money during the 19th Annual Auction was hosted by the United Scenic Artists ($23,865). The show booth that raised the most money was Wicked, which brought in $7,854 for the charitable organization.

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 $100 million for services for people with AIDS, HIV or HIV-related illnesses.

For more information on the Flea Market and other BC/EFA events, visit the BC/EFA website at or call (212) 840-0770.

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