Reeve Carney and Men of Spider-Man Featured in Charity Calendar
The hit Broadway musical Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark at the Foxwoods Theatre has released a 2013-2014 calendar featuring fourteen male cast members, with proceeds to benefit Broadway Cares / Equity Fight AIDS. The calendar was officially revealed on Thursday, November 15 on the ABC news magazine series Good Morning America.
The 14-month calendar features star Reeve Carney, along with Marcus Bellamy, Julius Carter, Adam Ray Dyer, Drew Heflin, Craig Henningsen, Reed Kelly, Ari Loeb, Adam Roberts, Josh Sassanella, Brett Thiele, Matthew James Thomas, Christopher Tierney, and Matthew Wilkas.Each actor is captured in a heroic pose and offers his thoughts on the excitement of playing the web-slinging hero and the thrill of flying high over the heads of thousands of audience members each night.
"The cast of the show has wanted to do a calendar like this since we began performances nearly two years ago," says company spokesperson Rick Miramontez. "The high-flying men of this show represent so much of the heart and soul that goes into performing Spider-Man nightly and the producers were happy to help make the calendar a reality, and for Broadway Cares to be the worthy beneficiary.
The calendars are $20 each and are now available at www.SpiderManOnBroadway.com. They will also be for sale at the Foxwoods Theatre shortly.