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Matt Bomer & Matthew Morrison: '8' Performance Pics!

Matt Bomer & Matthew Morrison: '8' Performance Pics!

Matt Bomer and Matthew Morrison play a real life couple in the reading of the play 8 on Saturday (March 3) held at The Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles.

The 34-year-old White Collar actor was supported in the audience by his partner Simon Halls. Matthew‘s girlfriend Renee Puente also attended the show.

Also pictured inside: Matt arriving at the theatre earlier in the day for a rehearsal and practicing his role onstage with Matthew.

8 was written by Academy Award winning writer Dustin Lance Black and chronicles the landmark federal trial of California’s Prop. 8 using the actual court transcripts and first-hand interviews.

10+ pictures inside of Matt Bomer and Matthew Morrison performing 8

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# 1

Both so handsome both so great in this

# 2

They were both so good in this. I am so proud to be fans of both of these great actors.

# 3

Two hotties

# 4

This play was so good and powerful, amazing ensemble performance with great actors and actress. Matt Bomer was amazing as usual and we really felt the real emotions and involvement behind the words he pronounced.

# 5

I thought Bomer’s delivery was so boring and timid attitude. Morrison was good unexpectedly. Martin Sheen was great.

# 6
Fin Lines @ 03/04/2012 at 1:56 am

I read Matt Bomer came from an established acting school, he still need more voice training lessons.

# 7

I thought the best were:
1. Martin Sheen
2. Matthew Morrison
3. Jamie Lee Curtis
4. Chris Colfer

# 8

I thought Martin Sheen was fantastic. He is the one.

# 9

Matt Bomer’s performance was very emotional I loved it. Chris Colfer, Georges Clooney, Jamie Lee Curtis, Christine Lahti, John C. Reilly and Martin Sheen were also fantastic

I enjoyed this very much. I really Like Chris Colfer, Marten Sheen and Matt Bomer the best.

@Jenna: Can’t believe you just put Bomer’s name on the same line with Colfer and Sheen!! I thought Matt Bomer’s performance was rather embarrassing.

@milly: You seem like the trolls that are always around Matt post. really get a life.

@Jenna: Wow… you obviously haven’t watch the play, have you? Saying a opinion about a stage makes me a troll. “Get a life” is the right word for you! lol

@@ Jenna: LOL Is that about Matt Bomer’s performance?

I thought Matt Morrison was great, too. As “Trolls” said lol, I thought Matt Bomer’s performance was weak. Now I’m the hater eating a lot of cookies! ;p Just saying.

LOL, busy troll tonight. Matt B was his usual perfection one of the best actors on stage and most beautiful but everyone knows it.

Matt Morrison was actually great. But I think Chris Colfer and Martin Sheen, John C. Reilly were scene stealers. Not sure about Matt Bomer, like everyone says, his role was very small and he was obviously nervous.

My thought of the best were:
1. Martin Sheen
2. John C Reilly
3. Matthew Morrison
4. Chris Colfer
5. George Clooney

@Mitch: I worried if he’s goingto have a heart attack during the monologue but he finished it fantastically.

Matthew Morrison was good but Matt Bomer is the consummate actor and just plain gorgeous. You could tell he did the Broadway reading of 8 he was so at ease. Martin Sheen was great. Clooney was great Clooney and Chris Colfer always just plays himself so no great effort. Brad didn’t show much emotion, just read script. The cause is so important, the biggest of our time.

Standouts for me were Martin Sheen, Christine Lahti, John C. Reilly, Matthew Morrison and Jamie Lee Curtis. Was a bit disappointed in Brad Pitt. I know he was playing a judge but he seemed really monotone. Chris Colfer touched me emotionally but yeah, he was playing himself again so no great surprise.

I thought Clooney was great who is actually so at ease there and made the role looked like himself, that the consummate actor really does.

Spoiled by nice daddy @ 03/04/2012 at 8:08 am

A bit complexed feeling that such a fantastic actor, generous, great gay supporter Martin Sheen’s son is….Charlie Sheen.

Matthew and Matt had perfect chemistry between them great performances. Perfect part for Martin Sheen and George Clooney. Brad was monotone. Jane a bit over the top.

Matt B puts so much heart into all of his causes. Truly well rounded actor, person and humanitarian.

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