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Posted on Thu, Jan 19, 2012 : 10:34 a.m.
Gavin Creel, U-M musical theater grad, unveils online-only short about his new marriage equality single, 'Noise'
By AnnArbor.com Staff
In The Life Media has released “Make Some NOISE,” a web-exclusive making-of short in which actor and Broadway Impact co-founder and U-M grad Gavin Creel ("Hair," "Fame," "Spring Awakening") speaks about his new anthem for LGBT rights, “Noise.” Co-written with songwriter Robbie Roth, the single is about refusing to stay silent, standing up for what you believe in and making some “noise” for marriage equality. In “Make Some NOISE,” the Broadway-star-turned-activist discusses his dreams for the movement, the 2012 election and the activism he hopes to inspire through music.
“My hope for this song to engage and excite people who are ready to speak out about equal rights," said Creel in a press release. "And we want this to be fun so we’re doing it with a sweet tune and an awesome video.”