PHOTO CALL: Stars of Cabaret and Jersey Boys Share Their #BroadwaySelfies from Bryant Park!
07 Aug 2014
#BroadwaySelfies is an ongoing series from Stage17.tv where the stars from Broadway and beyond give fans an all access pass to all the off stage fun from the dressing room to the wings. Here is a set of selfies from today's Bryant Park performance!
Andt it’s not just for the stars! Theatre lovers from all over should use #BroadwaySelfies to tag to their favorite photos from Broadway stage doors to the local community playhouse.
Check out Bobby and Victor. Or is it Victor and Bobby? Actually neither. But these hunks from 50 Shades! The Musical are still getting plenty of attention from Cabaret’s Kit Kat girls.
The performers represent their show in a fun and creative way and give theatre fans a unique perspective of the exciting, Broadway-filled day. Stage17 will release the photos and videos on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Vine with the hashtags #BroadwaySelfies and #S17.
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