Broadway reaches out to LGBT youth

Broadway stars gather together for a benefit concert to help LGBT homeless youth.

Broadway Speaks OUT held a benefit concert for the Ali Forney Center, which provides housing for homeless LGBT youth, at the Dixon Place Theatre in Cleveland, according to the Examiner.

Martin Gould Cummings at the Tonys photo from coming_soon
Martin Gould Cummings at the Tony Awards. Photo courtesy of

A Very MARY Holiday was very successful in getting the word out about the Ali Forney Center and was a proud night for the founders of Broadway Speaks OUT, Martin Gould Cummings an Anthony Hollock. “This is why God put me on earth: to help people who don’t have parents like I do,” said Cummings.

Broadway Speaks OUT began as a response to the passing of Proposition 8 in California this past year. It has now grown from a concert series to an online talk show that covers Broadway, current events and the LGBT community.

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-Katelynd Jarvis

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