Cahoon, Domingo, HAIR Tribe And More To Appear at's Broadway Flea Market Raffle

By: Sep. 25, 2009
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As reported yesterday, announced that they are holding a raffle at this year's Broadway Flea Market as part of a partnership with Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Today they announced that celebrity participants scheduled to appear include: Kevin Cahoon, Colman Domingo, the Tribe of HAIR, Max von Essen, Ash Folk, Patrick Heusinger and Reshma Shetty.

The winner of the raffle will receive a meal cooked at their residence by Ash Fulk, Sous Chef at Trestle on Tenth in New York City. (Ash is currently a contestant on Season 6 of "Top Chef.") The proceeds of the raffle and Broadway Flea Market will support the efforts of BC/EFA. To sign up for the raffle, participants must stop by the Givenik table at the Broadway Flea Market on Sunday, September 27th in Shubert Alley, at 4:55 p.m. Ash will personally draw the name of the winner. For a full listing of rules and regulations, please visit:

"All of us at are thrilled to support Broadway Cares throughout the year and especially at the Flea Market," said Jordan Roth, founder of and President of Jujamcyn Theaters. "We hope this raffle makes the day even more successful, and of course, tasty!"

At, theatergoers can give and get (thus becoming "giveniks") by getting discounted tickets to dozens of Broadway and Off Broadway shows and simultaneously giving back to charity as 5% of their ticket price goes directly to the not-for-profit organization of their choice.

At present, more than 225 non-profits (and counting) have joined, from national groups to local chapters, and from arts organizations to educational institutions. Among them are City Harvest, Rosie's Broadway Kids, God's Love We Deliver, Dress For Success Worldwide, NYU Tisch School of the Arts, North Shore Animal League, The Public Theatre, Locks of Love, Gilda's Club, local chapters of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, as well as numerous community PTA's, public schools and temples.

Theatergoers can become "giveniks" and charitable organizations can join the program at