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Butler, Curtis, Huffman, Murney, Morrison, Arden and Others Model OGEAR September 26 for BC/EFA

On September 26th at 1PM at Times Square's Planet Hollywood (1540 Broadway at 45th), OGEAR Clothing will unveil a new T-Shirt design to salute one of the country's leading AIDS Fundraisers, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

At the event, being sponsored by Planet Hollywood and presented by Jamie McGonnigal, Broadway Favorites will get their chance to strut the catwalk in true Broadway fashion. Donning shirts designed by OGEAR, (the new clothing company founded by Broadway favorite, Chad Kimball), the stars will heat up the runway. The event will be hosted by ABC News Anchor, Charles Perez. Currently scheduled to appear are Tony Award-Winner Cady Huffman, Lennon's Julia Murney, Dance of the Vampire's Max von Essen, ROOMS' Natascia Diaz and Jeremy Kushnier, BARE'S Michael Arden, Avenue Q's Barrett Foa, Hairspray's Rashad Naylor and Kevin Hale, Wicked's Robb Sapp, Joy's Ben Curtis and Michael Busillo, Piazza's Matt Morrison, tick, tick…BOOM's Nicole Snelson, Altar Boy Ryan Duncan, Spelling Bee's Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Deborah S. Craig, Little Shop's Kerry Butler, Good Vibrations' Geoff Hemingway, But I'm a Cheerleader's Natalie Joy Johnson, Beauty and the Beast's Belle – Brooke Tansley, Little Women's Danny Gurwin and Megan McGinnis, Don Imbroglio's Nick Dalton, Stand up comedienne Judy Gold and DOZENS of others.

Admission to the event is free with a $20 suggested donation and proceeds from sales of the soon-to-be unveiled T-Shirt will go directly to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

Every movement has its moment. A revolution in clothing has begun and its leader is OGEAR The gear speaks for itself - from brown shirt with orange ink to blue on blue shirt, your clothes are finding their own voice, and tshirt by tank top they are coming together to create a movement of self expression that the world has never experienced. Remember when your tshirt told the masses who you were? Were you a "princess", or a "player"? Did you let your shirts shout from the rooftops, "my owner is 'spoiled'!"? Bring back the mystery of your former self, when you weren't a walking billboard and allow yourself to sink into the precious waters of anonymity. Let your clothes do the talking. Let them speak for themselves. And look cool doing it. So go on. Give green a chance. Give power to the purple. Give your clothes a voice. Visit for more information about OGear.

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