BROADWAY CARES/EQUITY FIGHTS AIDS EVENT DVDS
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1998 Concert with All-Star Cast
On June 15, 1998, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS presented an all-star fully staged one-night-only concert at Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center. It starred Chita Rivera, Bebe Neuwirth, Donna McKechnie, Debbie Allen and in her last public stage appearance, Gwen Verdon, all in the shared role of Charity.
Starring Donna Murphy, Donna McKechnie, Tommy Tune and Sandy Duncan
THIS IS YOUR SONG: BROADWAY SINGS ELTON JOHN
Hosted by Nathan Lane and Christine Baranski
Starring: Elton John, Sandra Bernhard, Betty Buckley, Mario Cantone,
Ann Duquesnay, Linda Eder, Victor Garber, Deborah Gibson, Jason Raize, Sam Harris, Heather Headley, Jennifer Holliday, Jeremy Kushnier, Andrea McArdle, Orfeh,
Adam Pascal, and Sherie René Scott
A FEW GOOD MEN DANCING
Conceived and choreographed by Jeff Amsden, produced and directed by Amsden and Ariadne C. Villarreal, the show is described as "a new kind of revue celebrating the male dancer as athlete." Featured among two dozen Broadway dancers, ballet company principals, and rising stars of modern dance are Scott Wise (Fosse), Andre Asnes and Patrick Corbin (courtesy of the Paul Taylor Dance Company and Robert Hill (courtesy of American Ballet Theatre)