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09/21/2011

Maggie not ready to give Dustin Lance Black a Tony (to hold or marry)

by Jeremy Hooper

6A00D8341C503453Ef0154359231D8970CMaggie Gallagher did in fact contribute money to the American Foundation for Equal Rights so that she could see herself portrayed on Broadway. That and other insight into Maggie's Monday night cameo comes courtesy of The Advocate:

"I wanted to see the play and I didn't think it was likely to make it to Broadway again,” Gallagher told The Advocate via e-mail of her attendance at the fundraiser performance at New York's Eugene O’Neill Theater.
Maggie Gallagher's Take on '8' [Advocate]

Maggie also said the play was less-than-exciting and described it as "ideological." Which is precisely how I feel about the ongoing "protect marriage" production that she's been directing for decades now.

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