Out Magazine’s annual "Out 100" list is slowly trickling out, and two familiar Broadway faces have made the cut. Actor Gideon Glick and director John Tiffany are among this year’s honorees.
The list honors the of the most compelling gay people of the year. Tiffany made the cut for his Tony Award-winning work directing the 2012 Best Musical winner, Once. Glick played the pivotal gay role of Ernst in Spring Awakening and returned to the New York stage this summer as Jack in the Shakespeare in the Park production of Into the Woods.
The entirety of this year’s “Out 100” list has not yet been announced, but additional honorees include cartoonist Alison Bechdel (whose graphic memoir Fun Home is now an off-Broadway musical), activist Peter Staley, musicians Ed Droste, Le1f and John O’Regan, journalist Michelangelo Signorile and entrepreneurs Jason Goldberg and Bradford Shellhammer.
Last year's list included The Book of Mormon's Rory O'Malley, War Horse's Matt Doyle, The Scottsboro Boys' Colman Domingo and Milk writer Dustin Lance Black.