Instagram and Twitter Watch! Pride Weekend 2014 Through The Eyes of Our Favorite Broadway Stars and Supporters

Playbill Pride   Instagram and Twitter Watch! Pride Weekend 2014 Through The Eyes of Our Favorite Broadway Stars and Supporters
Broadway took to the streets this weekend to celebrate NYC Pride 2014.  From the annual parade to the Empire State Building going rainbow, check out what all of your favorite Broadway celebrities did to show their support during Pride Weekend!

Zak Resnik (Mamma Mia!), Andrew Keenan-Bolger (Newsies), Benj Pasek (A Christmas Story) and more checked out the Empire State Building going rainbow to celebrate Pride.



Even Sierra Boggess' (Phantom of the Opera, The Little Mermaid, Master Class) cat Celie was exhausted after Pride Weekend 2014.


Andrew Keenan-Bolger saw the Scissor Sisters perform at the Soho House Pride Party.

Corbin Reid (Sister Act, Rent) shares a drink to celebrate the end of an "amazing weekend."

Nick Adams (Wicked) wishes everyone in NYC Happy Pride from the road with the Wicked national tour.

Six-time Tony winner and current star of Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill, Audra McDonald went all out on Twitter in her support of Pride with a rainbow cover photo – not to mention her permanent Twitter handle of @AudraEqualityMc!

Courtney Reed (Aladdin) loving some Pride balloons.

Talk show host Andy Cohen celebrated with his mother, Evelyn, and a pride-tastic bottle of Absolut.

Hunter Bell ([title of show]) and Caissie Levy (Les Miserables, Hair) show their support of Pride NYC.


Lena Hall (Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Kinky Boots) as Yitzhak, the "new king of selfie," poses with the Pride edition of the Hedwig Playbill.


The "Bullets Babes" of Bullets Over Broadway gave a dazzling "rainbow effect" in honor of Pride.


Check out Playbill'Blake Ross chatting about #PlaybillPride and Broadway's impact on the LGBTQ moment.

R&B artist Deborah Cox celebrates on the West Coast at LA Pride 2014.


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The Broadway community sent out innumerable tweets and Instagram posts in support of Pride.

Happy #Pride everyone! Stand tall, it's a beautiful day and there is much to be thankful for! — Neil Patrick Harris (@ActuallyNPH) June 29, 2014

Numerous Broadway and Off-Broadway shows shared their Playbill Pride Edition magazines in support of the weekend.


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