Gavin Creel and his organization, Broadway Impact, brought together a large group of Broadway actors, directors, stage managers, fans, and producers to march on Washington for gay equality this past Sunday.
It was amazing event marked by performances/speeches by the cast of Broadway’s Hair, Audra McDonald, Cynthia Nixon, David Hyde Pierce, Douglas Carter Beane, Cheyenne Jackson, Speaker Christine Quinn and Governor Paterson – whose proposed bill to grant same-sex couples the equal right to marry in New York prompted Creel to organize.
Here’s the Hair tribe performing at the event:
Did anyone who follows the blog make it to Washington?
A creative artist and business owner, Valerie founded Broadway Musical Home in 1999, went on to start a consultative digital design firm, Chisel and Brand LLC, with her partner in 2012, and launched Broadway Play Home as a part of the 20 year anniversary of the site that started it all. In addition to her entrepreneurial pursuits, Valerie is also a professional actor and singer, performing with companies across the country, from Maine to California, as well as working as an independent photographer. Learn more at valrigsbee.com
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