Celebrate the LGBTQ+ Broadway Community With the Ensemblist’s Pride Month Tribute

Photo Features   Celebrate the LGBTQ+ Broadway Community With the Ensemblist’s Pride Month Tribute
The popular platform honored queer performers from Mean Girls, Wicked, and more for a glam photo shoot with photographer Billy Bustamante.
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Stephen Carrasco, Chris Mendlin, Dustin Layton, Jenifer Foote, and Daniel Torres Billy Bustamante

Continuing its series shining the spotlight on Broadway’s unsung heroes, The Ensemblist presents the second of its two Pride Month tributes honoring queer ensemble members from Mean Girls, Wicked, and more.

To commemorate the celebratory season, the popular platform honored Stephen Carrasco (Wicked), Chris Medlin (Mean Girls), Dustin Layton (King Kong), Jenifer Foote (Tootsie), and Daniel Torres (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical) with a glam photoshoot with photographer Billy Bustamante.

READ: With Her 12th Broadway Show, Jenifer Foote Is Happy to Finally Be Herself Onstage

“One of the most wonderful parts of the Broadway Community is that it is a space where gay women and men can feel loved and appreciated for their gifts. This June, The Ensemblist celebrates the wild, weird and wonderful queer people who make our community so fabulous.” The Ensemblist explained in a statement. “We are thrilled to continue our monthly collaborations with photographer Billy Bustamante, featuring five LGBT swings at citizenM Times Square’s Cloudbar.”
Flip through photos of the glam shoot below:

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