6 posts categorized "MATT CAVENAUGH"

Dec 18 2012
Know Way, Know How Comments (5)
Co-starring Matt Cavenaugh as the elusive love interest and Nick Adams as a hot cop, Cheyenne Jackson's "Don't Wanna Know" video has been released in full...

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May 25 2009
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Rory points out that the Matt Cavenaugh pic from Out Magazine bears a striking resemblance to this image of Jay Brannan (Shortbus, etc.). Worth posting even if only to see this image of Jay Brannan, but I wonder if one inspired the other?
May 24 2009
Packing Heat Comments (0)
Matt Cavenaugh, who's just as cute in person.

Out's Hot List (from their June/July 2009 issue) goes up and down in temperature—these are the guys who I believe caused temperatures to rise most obviously...

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May 11 2009
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PhotoMatt Cavenaugh

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Feb 24 2009
A Cut Above Comments (18)

IMG_2975The only Spanish Liza knew was margarita.

Liza's NOT at The Palace! Instead, a revival of the 1957 landmark musical West Side Story directed by its librettist Arthur Laurents, has moved in on Liza's turf, switchblades drawn.

IMG_2981Boy meets girl.

I splurged on great seats for the very first preview as a gift to my partner, José, for Christmas. He holds West Side Story in high regard, so this was a treat for him as well as interesting for me to see his reaction to this latest re-invention (it was revived in 1960, 1964 and 1980 and of course spawned the classic 1961 film).


For the third time in recent years, my early-bird habit found me seated very close to a production's director—I have sat by the directors of The Ritz and Young Frankenstein, and last night sat two rows behind Arthur Laurents. As such, I was able to monitor his reactions to the show, which he seemed to temper for the very reason that he didn't Tn-500_westsidepl_203099 want to draw attention to himself. But attention needs to be drawn—he is 91 years of age and is finally directing what was the first musical he ever wrote, hot on the heels of having directed his musical Gypsy to big success for the third time and has a new play opening in the spring. That he is still so creatively and physically adept—he dashed up the aisle unaided at intermission—is an in inspiration in and of itself, that he is openly, unapologetically gay is also noteworthy. (Read his smart, dishy autobiography from 2000—Original Story By: A Memoir Of Broadway And Hollywood—if you get a chance. The man wrote the plays Home Of The Brave, West Side Story and Gypsy, the movies Rope, The Way We Were and The Turning Point, directed Barbra Streisand in I Can Get It For You Wholesale and fucked Farley Granger. Or pre-order his Mainly On Directing: Gypsy, West Side Story, And Other Musicals.)

Star-crossed amantes.

PLAYBILL Laurents has stated that he feels this production is more modern than the original in that every member of each of its now iconic teenage gangs—the white Jets, the Puerto Rican Sharks—is portrayed as having the potential to be a killer; only the musical's romance-drunk leads, Tony (Matt Cavenaugh) and Maria (Josefina Scaglione) are presented as truly wanting to live outside the street life. He's also trying to be innovative by making this a Spanglish production, using Spanish with no subtitles or translation in key scenes. Most noticeably, "I Feel Pretty" is now "Siento Hermosa."

After the jump, see a brief curtain-call video at the end of the post...

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Jan 28 2009
Boards Stiff Comments (2)

AfterElton cooks up a list of the hottest men in the theater world...and it's not half-baked. Some of them include:

Adams, Nick-edit
Nick Adams.

Morrison, Matthew-edit
Matthew Morrison.

Karl, Andy-edit
Andy Karl.

Jackson, Cheyenne1-edit
Cheyenne Jackson.

Cavenaugh, Matt
Matt Cavenaugh.

Burnham, David2-edit
David Burham.

See the rest of their list here.

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