PHOTO CALL: "When We're One!" Team Playbill Joins Broadway Impact For the 2014 NYC LGBT Pride March

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30 Jun 2014

Members of Broadway Impact waved a banner in celebration of the 2014 Pride March on June 29. Playbill.com Editor in Chief Adam Hetrick and Playbill photographer Monica Simoes joined them along the parade route.



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The annual New York City Pride March commemorated the 1969 Stonewall Riots. The Pride March is organized by Heritage of Pride.

The 2014 march, which was themed "We Have Won When We're One," stepped off at noon.

The two-mile march route began in the caverns of Midtown Manhattan at 36th Street and Fifth Avenue. The march proceeded downtown via Fifth Avenue, turning west along 8th Street into the West Village until a sharp turn onto Christopher Street at Sixth Avenue. Marchers continued down Christopher Street, past The Stonewall Inn, until the route dispersed at Greenwich Street.

Broadway Impact is a non-profit organization composed of theatre artists and fans who support marriage equality. The organization was founded in 2008 by Tony-nominated performers Rory O'Malley (The Book of Mormon) and Gavin Creel (Hair) as well as production coordinator Jenny Kanelos.