July 07, 2015

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Bare Joins Sean Avery and Tyler Clementi Foundation to Combat Bullying

The new musical Bare, which begins performances at Off-Broadway's New World Stages on Nov. 19, explores the subject of teens exposed to the issues of identity, sexuality and religion. As part of the NOH8 campaign, the producers of the show put together a video of the cast and creators talking about their experiences with bullying. Bare has also teamed up with several non-profits, including Sean Avery and Athlete Ally and the Tyler Clementi Foundation, to promote LGBT causes. For more information on Bare, click here.








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