In celebration of the “5th Annual ABC and SOAPnet Salutes Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights AIDS” benefit, the producers are proud to announce a second day for fans of “All My Children,” “One Life to Live” and “General Hospital” to meet and greet and get signed autographs from some of their favorite ABC Daytime stars.
The event, which is part of The Soap Nation Tour, will be held on Tuesday, March 10 from 9-11am and 11-1pm on the set of ABC’s “The View,” at 320 West 66th street. There will be a minimum $10.00 cash preferred donation per person, with all proceeds will benefit BC/EFA. Fans are encouraged to arrive early as autographs are limited. Actors’ headshots will be provided.
Tickets will be provided per series and per timeslot. At check-in participants will be asked to choose which series and which timeslot they’d like to attend. They will then be given a ticket to get autographs from the stars scheduled in that session. Ticket holders for the 11am show may leave and return by 10:15am. Doors open at 8am. There are a limited number of tickets per show, so we ask fans to arrive early.
Talent confirmed to participate from 9am-11am: Melissa Claire Egan, Ricky Paull Goldin and Vincent Irizarry from “All My Children”; John-Paul Lavoisier, Erika Slezak and Trevor St. John from “One Life to Live”; and Bradford Anderson, Brandon Barash and Tony Geary from “General Hospital.” From 11am-1pm: Thorsten Kaye, Cameron Mathison, Aiden Turner and Darnell Williams from “All My Children”; and Kristen Alderson, Bree Williamson and Kassie De Paiva from “One Life to Life.” *Talent times and participation are subject to change.
Tickets are still available for the Monday, March 9th benefit performance at Town Hall in New York City, which is headlined by Susan Lucci and hosted by Cameron Mathison. Tickets can be purchased online at www.broadwaycares.org.
“ABC and SOAPnet Salutes Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS” marks the fifth benefit BC/EFA has produced in conjunction with the network in support of the organization. To date, this annual benefit has raised over one million dollars for the organization.