Armie Hammer, Paul Schneider, and More Celebrate Straight White Men
The cast share their thoughts on identity, director Anna Shapiro, and the newly reopened Helen Hayes Theater.
On July 23, playwright Young Jean Lee made history when she became the first Asian-American woman to open a production on Broadway. Her play, Straight White Men, follows three adult brothers who are forced to confront their own identities. The show's stars — Armie Hammer, Paul Schneider, and Josh Charles — celebrated their opening night in style along with their creative team and guests including actor Jeremy Piven and playwright Will Eno. Find out more about the experience of finally putting Straight White Men on Broadway in TheaterMania's video from the opening-night party.