On Sept. 8, Stewart, who will star as Hirst in No Man's Land and Vladimir in Waiting for Godot in the upcoming Broadway productions — which run in repertory beginning Oct. 26 at the Cort Theatre — married Brooklyn songwriter Sunny Ozell, whom he met in 2008 while performing Macbeth at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Following the ceremony, Stewart tweeted, "Yes, married," alongside a picture of him and his wife in a ball pit. McKellen shared an image on his Facebook page holding his doctor of divinity certificate and a t-shirt that reads, "Minister." His caption reads, "I did my part!" and includes a link to Stewart's aforementioned tweet.
Read the recent Playbill magazine feature with No Man's Land/Waiting for Godot co-stars McKellen and Stewart here.
Performances of No Man's Land/Waiting for Godot will begin Oct. 26, prior to an official opening Nov. 24, at the Cort Theatre. Visit TwoPlaysInRep.com.
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