Last month, we got a first look at a moving photo from off-Broadway’s Bare as the cast and creative team showed their support for the NOH8 campaign. Now, get a closer look as Taylor Trensch, Jason Hite, Travis Wall and more pose for portraits to fight for equality. The NOH8 movement is a photographic protest from Adam Bouska that began in response to California’s passage of Proposition 8, and continues to grow and produce portraits from supporters ranging from politicians to Broadway performers. (Photos feature subjects with duct tape over their mouths, symbolizing their voices being silenced by Prop 8 and similar legislation.) Bare tells the forbidden love story of two young men at a Catholic boarding school who are struggling to find acceptance. Click below to see the stars of Bare in silent protest, then head over to New World Stages to check out the new revival.