HomeTVAll My ChildrenABC Daytime Stars Get Their Musical Theatre on in Support of LA Gay and Lesbian Center Jamey Giddens October 12, 2010 All My Children, General Hospital, One Life to Live 3 Comments Some of ABC Daytime’s best and brightest came out on Oct. 7 to perform in The World Goes Round, a Broadway muscial revue to support the LA Gay and Lesbian Center. Soaps.com caught up with several of the talented performers, including Brandon Barash (Johnny, General Hospital), who sang a song about Sara Lee baked goods, in addition to helping up the hunk factor during a bit performed by All My Children’s Bobbie Eakes (Krystal). After a month of working all day on the set and then rehearsing a few hours every night for "The World Goes Round," Barash, who hadn’t done a musical in 13 years, admitted it was exhausting. "It’s been a scramble, but it’s all come together in the last week or two and we’re excited with our product." As for his alter ego, Johnny Zacchara, he had no idea what was to come for the mobster, but he’s ready for anything. When asked what he’d like to see for Johnny, Brandon replied, "Something, ’cause he’s been kind of stagnant lately. Something other than him griping about this sister because I think that ship has sailed." For more from Barash and others go to Soaps.com! 3 Responses miamibeachguy October 13, 2010 I think it is so cool that they participated in this event. I wish I could have attended. I bet it was lots of fun. Maybe next year. Log in to Reply Dariclone October 13, 2010 Good for them! Espically now whit all the bullying going on, someone needs to stand up for people who are different. Log in to Reply aramis270 October 14, 2010 Congrats to Brandon and Bradford for dedicating their time, talent and energy to this important cause Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.