Tony Award nominee Josh Young was one of many performers — including Estelle Parsons, Jan Maxwell, Victor Garber, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Stephanie J. Block, Kyle Dean Massey and Robert Creighton — who performed at Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS' Broadway Backwards concert. This annual celebration takes classic songs of the musical theatre and reinterprets them with an eye toward the LGBT experience. Here, Young readies for the big night, March 18, by running through "Bring On the Men," from Jekyll & Hyde. The performance benefits BC/EFA and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center of New York City and was directed and choreographed by Broadway Backwards founder Robert Bartley.
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