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10 Jun 2018YOUTUBE.com
In his Tony Award Acceptance Speech
At a moment in time where maybe the most important thing that we remember right now is the sanctity of the human spirit. It is the profound privilege of my life to play Prior Walter in Angels in America because he represents the purest spirit of humanity and especially that of the LGBTQ community. It is a spirit that says no to oppression. It is a spirit that saysno to bigotry, no to shame, no to exclusion. It is a spirit that says we are all made perfectly and we all belong so I dedicate this award to the countless LGBTQ people who have fought and died to protect that spirit, to protect that message for the right to live and love as we are created.
23 Feb 2018YOUTUBE.com
In an interview with Variety
The horrific response from a lot of people I guess in the pocket of the NRA or even just conservatives, generally, who are so, so protective over this idea of what the Second Amendment is that they are willing to sacrifice children at the altar of their freedom to buy a submachine gun. These are all the things that make this play, unfortunately, incredibly important right now
11 Jan 2017YOUTUBE.com
In an interview at The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
I’m kind of an agnostic pantheist […] Finding God in all things…in the tree that was cut down to make this table. You know, suddenly everything becomes a miracle. I just love that. I think that’s such a wonderful way to see the world; a beautiful way to see the world.
31 Oct 2016FANDANGO.com
In an interview with Fandango
I’ve been a spiritual seeker since I was a kid. I was always fascinated with people like Mahatma Gandhi and Jesus, and John Lennon and Martin Luther King.
28 Apr 2014COSMOPOLITAN.com
In an interview with The Cosmopolitan
I consider myself feminine. And of course I consider myself feminist. That’s a no-brainer conversation for me in terms of equal rights and in terms of any kind of gender stereotypes.
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