Darlings, those fabulous boys of “The Boys in The Band” stepped out in high style (and very few socks) to celebrate the play, thereby doing the gays proud.
Shall we look for things to quibble over? Let’s.
No quibbles here. Also, we’ve never treated broadway cast appearances like film premieres. These folks are in the middle of work. Not in the “I’m promoting myself and that’s part of my job,” sense but literal work rehearsing and performing. In fact, we tend to only feature current Broadway castmembers if they really go the extra mile in their presentation. Otherwise, we’re content to leave most of them alone if they’re not inclined to care about fashion while they’re working the boards.
Anyway, Andrew looks great.
Also great. Very sharp-looking suit paired with a great tie. Not feeling the pocket square, but as we said, these are quibbles.
Not sure if the print shirt works with the plaid suit, and the sleeves are too long on him, but he does look cute, we have to say.
He’s a trouper in the classic show-must-go-on sense. Not only did he refuse to let a broken foot and torn ligament stop him from hitting his marks, but he also didn’t let it stop him from sporting a very fine suit.
This all appears to be in very pretty order. Quibble-free.
Michael Benjamin Washington
Again: we are sans quibbles.
Robin de Jesús
Mmm. Okay, a little quibbling: This is a lot of lewk and we applaud him for putting it together, but if you’re going to do the Thurston Howell III look, the fit has to be impeccable. And while the loafers are fun and cheeky, we think a little toning down needs to be done and that’s the easiest part to edit.
Looks good to us, but he should button the jacket for pictures.
We don’t think the cowboy kitsch shirt and boots go with the plaid suit. It’s just not a good match, we’re sorry to say.
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages – Video Credit: The Boys in the Band on Broadway via YouTube.com]