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.
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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