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The Cast of 'The Normal Heart' Speaks Out for Marriage Equality: Video

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The cast of Broadway's A Normal Heart lends their voices to the New Yorkers for Marriage Equality campaign.

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  1. I thought the cast included Ellen Barkin, Joe Mantello, John Benjamin Hickey,and Jim Parsons. Did the cast change?

    Posted by: Dastius Krazitauc | Jun 7, 2011 2:29:12 PM


  2. No.

    Posted by: UWSGUY | Jun 7, 2011 2:31:00 PM


  3. God, I'm sick of these plays....use an F-ing condom guys. HIV rates are dwindling for everyone BUT us. Morons. [Venting]

    Posted by: PWHerman | Jun 7, 2011 2:42:56 PM


  4. I saw this play last month and it was very, very good. The cast was also extremely nice afterwards, but it is odd that the 4 main actors are not in this spot. Not even sure who some of them are. Understudies?

    Posted by: AndyWarholsWig | Jun 7, 2011 2:57:55 PM


  5. God, I'm sick.

    Posted by: PWHERMAN | Jun 7, 2011 3:11:36 PM


  6. Five comments, and not a single one of them positive about the spot. Jesus.

    Well, allow me to say THANK YOU to the cast members of this show who did this. Each person who speaks out in favor of marriage equality publicly and firmly makes a difference, so this is always important work. I hope more casts, actors and people will continue to make these videos in NY and elsewhere until marriage equality is a universal right.

    Posted by: Ryan | Jun 7, 2011 3:19:48 PM


  7. HIV is not dwindling. The play is an important part of our history and reminds us to WRAP IT UP, regardless. Thanks to the cast for taking the time to do this piece on marriage equality. Imagine the possibility if everyone got one person to vote with us...

    Posted by: Ray | Jun 7, 2011 3:28:12 PM


  8. who is the young hottie third from the right?

    Posted by: Jim Green | Jun 7, 2011 3:45:23 PM


  9. @ Jim Green - That's Luke Macfarlane. He was in ABC's Brothers & Sisters, which ended this past season.

    The bigger question is: Who's the hottie 4th from the right?

    Posted by: Joetx | Jun 7, 2011 3:54:01 PM


  10. Hottie?!? Are we 15?

    Posted by: PWHERMAN | Jun 7, 2011 4:00:00 PM


  11. PWHerman, this play you're sick of is from 1985. Then, as now, a lot of other people were sick, too, except, then, as now, they were actually sick. And nobody cared to hear from them then, just as I imagine nobody wants to hear from you now.

    Posted by: ohplease | Jun 7, 2011 4:08:33 PM


  12. @OHPLEASE,
    ha,ha! good one.

    Posted by: nic | Jun 7, 2011 6:22:46 PM


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