Tony nominee Gavin Creel is a founder of Broadway Impact, the nonprofit group dedicated to marriage equality, and the handsome actor is using his musical talents to further the group's cause. Along with his writing parter Robbie Roth, the former Hair star recorded a new song about the marriage equality movement called "Noise." All proceeds from the single (which will be available for download in mid-December) will benefit Broadway Impact, so to raise awareness for the project, Creel called on his fans to appear in a music video. Directed by Broadway veteran Andrew Keenan-Bolger (Mary Poppins), the shoot took place on October 23 at Ars Nova, with Creel performing for the eager crowd. Broadway.com photographer Jenny Anderson was on hand to snap portraits of Gavin showing off his rock star skills. Take a look at the photos below, and be sure to score your own copy of "Noise" later this year.