Exclusive Look at The Ensemblist's 2019 Pride Month Tribute | Playbill

Photos Exclusive Look at The Ensemblist's 2019 Pride Month Tribute Continuing its series spotlighting Broadway’s unsung heroes, the popular platform showcases gay ensemble members from The Cher Show, Frozen, The Lion King, and more.
Cameron Amandus, Tug Watson, John Eric Parker, Adam Perry, Charlie Williams, and Mike Baerga Michael Kushner

Continuing its series shining the spotlight on Broadway’s unsung heroes, The Ensemblist presents the first of two 2019 Pride Month tributes honoring ensemble members in some of Broadway's biggest current shows.

The popular platform welcomed Mike Baerga (King Kong), Charlie Williams (The Cher Show), Adam Perry (Frozen), John Eric Parker (The Book of Mormon), Tug Watson (The Phantom of the Opera), and Cameron Amandus (The Lion King) in a photo shoot with photographer Michael Kushner.

“One of the most wonderful parts of the Broadway Community is that it is a space where gay men can feel loved and appreciated for their gifts," says Mo Brady, creator of The Ensemblist. "But in our current cultural climate, it’s important to remember that that safe space was the result of decades of activism. This June, The Ensemblist celebrates the wild, weird and wonderful queer people who make our community so fabulous. We are thrilled to share this shoot by photographer Michael Kushner, featuring six gay men currently in Broadway ensembles, at citizenM Times Square’s Cloudbar.”

An Exclusive Look at The Ensemblist's First 2019 Pride Month Tribute

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