The cast of The Boys In The Band pose with cute dogs while attending the 2018 Broadway Barks on Saturday (July 14) in New York City.
The guys – Matt Bomer, Zachary Quinto, Tuc Watkins, Charlie Carver, Michael Benjamin Washington, Brian Hutchison, and Andrew Rannells – stepped out for the event which “aims to aid hundreds of NYC shelter animals find permanent homes by informing New Yorkers about the thousands of pets in need in the metropolitan area.”
Check pictures in our gallery, thanks to the help of my friend Marilia.
Matt attended this Thursday (Jul 14) in New York a SAG-Aftra Foundation conversation.
One extra Boys in the Band performance has been added to the limited engagement as a benefit for The Actors Fund. An 11:45pm performance will be held on Thursday, July 26 and all proceeds go to the organization. Get your tickets now!
Matt and Andrew Rannells visited Andy Cohen’s Watch What Happens Live last June 14. Watch some videos below, also check our gallery for promotional images and screen captures.
The cast of The Boys in the Band answered questions from audience members as they appear on the SiriusXM’s Town Hall hosted by Andy Cohen on June 14 at the SiriusXM Studios in New York City.
Cast members Andrew Rannells, Zachary Quinto, Matt Bomer, Jim Parsons, Robin de Jesus, Brian Hutchinson, Charlie Carver, Michael Benjamin Washington, and Tuc Watkins woke up early to attend the interview to promote their hit play.
Some videos were released at the official youtube channel, but sadly none with questions addressed to Matt. You can also check in our gallery HQ images that has been added.
Matt Bomer, Zachary Quinto, Andrew Rannells, and Jim Parsons walked the red carpet together at the 2018 Tony Awards held at Radio City Music Hall on June 10, in New York City. They wore matching, color-coordinated Paul Smith tuxedos.
Matt’s date to the show was his 13-year-old son Kit, and his husband Simon Halls. Check pictures added in our gallery.
When The Boys in the Band opens on the Great White Way this month, it will be one hell of a celebration, marking the 50th anniversary of the Off Broadway debut with a hotly anticipated cast that comprises only openly gay actors. Roughly a month out from opening night, however, the troupe has yet to move into the Booth Theatre. They’re not even in New York. Instead, the production has temporarily relocated to Downtown Los Angeles to make life easier for lead Jim Parsons, who’s busy filming The Big Bang Theory. Star Trek’s Zachary Quinto, too, is double-booked, recording a voiceover for an upcoming series. Meanwhile, Andrew Rannells (of Girls fame) is about to drop a PBS concert special, and Matt Bomer (Magic Mike) is spending his few available hours with his three kids.
This scheduling madness is one reason why Boys promises to be a treat: There probably won’t be another chance to see together onstage this caliber of actors from Hollywood’s first out-and-proud generation—or at least not anytime soon.
The first of its kind, Mart Crowley’s 1968 drama follows a droll but tortured group of gay men during a birthday gone wrong. (Parsons plays the host and Quinto the birthday boy in an emotionally cramped Upper East Side apartment.) The original production boasted tons of buzz and a 1,000-plus-date Off Broadway run, but Boys wasn’t without its critics. LGBT groups protested the 1970 film adaptation, directed by William Friedkin (The Exorcist), citing its dour depiction of gay life. While each actor in the 2018 revival has wrestled with the play, each, too, seems to have evolved alongside his role. For Bomer, who’s making his Broadway debut, Boys has encouraged him to revisit his own coming-of-age. Parsons is forthright in admitting his initial hesitation, while Rannells, the stage veteran of the bunch, is endearingly confident. Quinto, cited by castmates as the most introspective, is just that. As one of the first productions to put queerness front and center, Boys continues to be meaningful, especially for its players. It takes no time for them to start sermonizing on why this historically polarizing story still feels necessary five decades on.
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Last night the Boys in the Band cast attended the GLAAD Media Awards in Beverly Hills to celebrate Jim Parsons, who received the Stephen F. Kolzak Award.
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