Brooke Shields, Tonya Pinkins, Lesley Ann Warren, Joyce Bulifant, Dana Ivey and Brad Oscar bring Disney’s The Happiest Millionaire to life at Joe’s Pub, in a one-night only 50th Anniversary celebratory concert, to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. The Happiest Millionaire, premiering in 1967, was the final live action Disney production to be overseen by Walt Disney, himself. Containing over 80 minutes of Golden Age Disney music and dance, the fantastic score is by Mary Poppins composers and Disney legends, Richard M. and Robert B. Sherman. Originally starring such icons as Fred MacMurray, Greer Garson, Gladys Cooper and Geraldine Page, The Happiest Millionaire also welcomed the Hollywood screen debuts of Tommy Steele, John Davidson and Lesley Ann Warren. Set in 1916 Philadelphia, the film is based on the real lives of eccentric renaissance man, alligator collector and boxing enthusiast, Anthony J. Drexel Biddle, and his daughter Cordy, a fiercely independent fighter who, like all Disney princesses, wants to discover the world on her own terms. Also starring Nicholas Barasch, Luca Padovan, Sam Poon, Cherish Myers, Christopher Carothers, Tyler Fauntleroy and Jason Pintar.