THE SCREENING ROOM: Mark Consuelos Visits "Good Day New York" to Talk Standing On Ceremony (Video)

News   THE SCREENING ROOM: Mark Consuelos Visits "Good Day New York" to Talk Standing On Ceremony (Video)
Stage and screen actor Mark Consuelos ("All My Children") is part of the premiere cast of Standing On Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays, which officially opened Off-Broadway Nov. 13, following previews that began Nov. 7, at the Minetta Lane Theatre.

The performer recently visited "Good Day New York" to talk about the Off-Broadway show that he will be seen in through Dec. 18.

The premiere cast also features Tony Award winner Beth Leavel (The Drowsy Chaperone), Richard Thomas (most recently seen on Broadway in Race), Tony Award nominee Craig Bierko (The Music Man), Tony Award winner Harriet Harris (Thoroughly Modern Millie) and Emmy Award nominee Polly Draper ("thirtysomething"). (Standing on Ceremony  features a rotating cast of actors from theatre, film and television.)

Directed by Stuart Ross, Standing On Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays includes a mix of short plays that address the on-going battle for marriage equality throughout the United States. Among the writers whose works are featured are Obie Award winner Mo Gaffney, Heideman Award winner Jordan Harrison, Tony Award nominee Moisés Kaufman, Emmy and WGA Award winner Joe Keenan, Tony Award nominee Neil LaBute, Sundance Jury Prize winner Wendy MacLeod, Obie Award winner José Rivera, Obie and Outer Critics Circle Award winner Paul Rudnick, and Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winner Doug Wright.

Conceived by Brian Shnipper, Standing On Ceremony began as a series of benefit events in Los Angeles, taking on a life of its own as an inspiring theatrical evening.

To watch the interview with Consuelos, look below:

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