‘Rentals’ reunited for the original Broadway Castrestial Fundraiser – Variety2 min read
The original cast of Broadway’s Tony-winning music “Rent” will virtually reunite on June 26. The performance is part of the Broadway Celebrities Pride, a virtual fundraiser for Democratic congressional candidates.
Edina Menzel, Anthony Rap, Daphne Rubin Vega, Tei Diggs, Jesse L. Martin and Adam Pascal will serve “Asons of Love” at the Broadway Celebration Pride. They will be joined by Wilson Jermaine Heredia, Freddie Walker and other members of the founding production.
One of the four political funds of the Broadway Celebrate Pride Hold House, a series hosted by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
The John Legend Executive event was produced by Eric Bergen. The Broadway Celebration Pride will also feature the presence of stars from Billy Porter, Ben Plot, Cindy Lapper and “Queen Eye”.
The House kicked off on June 20 with the Ultimate Women’s Power Party, co-hosted by Julia Roberts and Jennifer Lawrence. Third, Igot the Vote: Party with Living Legends, is held July 12 and will be produced by Bruce Cohen. The details of the final installment have not been announced on July 19.
Additional virtual fundraisers include:
- Saturday 2nd June The project line Angel Goods Lead with Love Telethon’s line-up includes performances and performances by Annie Lenaux, Christine Chenoth, Zachary Levy, Margaret Ch, Kelly Clarkson, Celio Green, Deborah Cox, Lonnie Love, Lisa Rina, Harry. Produced by Hamlin and Billy Idol Brad Base and promoted by KTLA 5, the two events will be hosted by Eric McCormack, Sheryl Lee Ralph and KTLA News Anchor Jessica Holmes.
- 2020 JDRF “Re-Imagination” Gala: One Hour, One Reason June 27 Fundraising for Diabetes Research. Bebe Rekha, Ojomatli and Rylin will act.
- On July 11, partial proceeds from the ODI Glamive Digital Summer Market will go to NAACP. Top Hollywood stylists and makeup artists, hair stylists, designers and entrepreneurs will take part in the panel on diversity, sustainability, female leadership and much more.
- Bob Balban will direct a stage lesson on “Same Time, Next Year” starring Moore and Alec Baldwin in July. August 12 will benefit the Guild Hall in East Hampton, New York. The arts center has been closed since March 13 due to a coronavirus epidemic.