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Opening Night on The red Carpet of Slave Play Part 2

Opening Night on The red Carpet of Slave Play Part 2

Clark Gregg and Tom Hiddleston

The opening to Slave Play was so star studded we added a part 2. For part 1 click here.

Tonya Pinkins
Mirirai Sithole
Georgia Stitt and Jason Robert Brown
Zawe Ashton
Lilli Cooper and Andy Grotelueschen
Rachel Brosnahan
Adriane Lenox
JoAni Johnson
David Henry Wang
Dede Ayite
Kathryn Gallagher
Joel Grey and Clark Gregg
Elizabeth Stanley
Desmond Child
Robert O’Hara, Troy Carter
Jake Gyllenhaal and Riva Marker
Jake Gyllenhaal, Troy Carter, Riva Marker
Tommy Dorfman
Kehinde Wiley
Andre De Shields
Lee Pace
Lynn Nottage
Kenny leon
Cory Michael Smith
Matthew Lopez
Rachel Chavkin
Clint Ramos
Zazie Beetz
Thomas Keegan
Clint Ramos and Dede Ayite
Elizabeth Stahlman
Annie McNamara
Sullivan Jones and Annie McNamara
Jeremy O. Harris, Veronica Farrish and John Farrish

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