Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Hugh Panaro's website is holding an auction of musical memorabilia to benefit one of his favorite charities, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. We will be listing items at eBay beginning on November 2. They include his "Lestat" opening night present and a shirt worn by Hugh in concert. All but one item is autographed by Hugh.

The items are available to preview on the site so you can take a look and decide what you'd like to bid on.

HPN's BC/EFA Auction

The links and other updates will be posted at that page.

Thank you so much for your support!


PS. Don't forget, Hugh is performing in concert in Tulsa later this week. Details on the main page of HPN.

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Performing in Tulsa this month!

Hugh Panaro will be appearing along with Ivan Rutherford and Tamra Hayden in The Heart of Broadway" concert as part of The Signature Symphony's Pops Series at Van Trease Performing Arts Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma on October 26 and 27.

Click here for ticket information


Monday, October 1, 2007

The Leading Men II - NOW AVAILABLE

For Hugh Panaro and Broadway fans who were not able to attend the annual Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Flea Market last week to purchase The Leading Men II DVD in person...there's great news.

The DVD is now available to order through Broadway Beats. I've set aside a page with the link to their order form, along with photos from the concert which was held at Birdland Jazz Club back in February.

The Leading Men II

The concert (which was hosted by John Tartaglia) includes performances by Adam Jacobs, Seth Rudetsky, Norm Lewis, Jim Caruso, Daniel Reichard, and many other amazing Broadway leading men.

For Hugh fans, the highlight is his beautiful and poignant performance of "Right Before My Eyes." So, if you missed Lestat or just want another chance to experience the song written for Hugh, the DVD is a must-have!

Orders support BC/EFA so it's also a chance to help a great cause. And stayed tuned for another chance to help out BC/EFA coming soon.

Also, tonight marks two years since Hugh's final performance in The Phantom of the Opera.