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The icing on the cake of the production is Massey, who is known for playing Fiyero in "Wicked," Gabe in "Next to Normal" and Pippin in "Pippin" on Broadway.His boyish charm suited those characters, but the 35-year-old actor wanted to challenge himself.OH MY FREAKING kid never looses my attention with his dances, I think he's improved so much with his technique and can entertain anybody with his personality on the dance floor :)IM SO HAPPY HE MADE IT TO THE since day one Kyle's been my favorite on the show. even if he doesn't win I'm insanely proud of him and top 3 is a pretty big deal :) every single time they announce that he's safe I start clapping. Having done replacement parts in Wicked and Next To Normal, the openly gay Massey is a seasoned pro at stepping into juicy rules and making them Massey-like. You’ve replaced people before, so you know how to slide into a show, right? Judging your happiness on yourself rather than what anyone else is doing. It deals a lot with universal issues—with someone trying to find their own happiness, which never goes out of date. They did a video recording of the original production that they taped for TV. Then I saw this production last summer, when I had a small break in Wicked. But you have a line where you say you’re surprised he’s into women. Like, “I’m surprised you’re into anything other than war.” Aha! “Don’t let them hurt your hand,” I advised, noting that it’s one of Broadway’s most valuable assets these days.But this is his biggest opportunity yet, and it provided the perfect chance to sit the guy down and talk at length about his craft. Kyle Dean Massey: This was a little different because you have to learn all the circus stuff, which was a different challenge. The music holds up as young and current for Broadway music. I was blown away with this production—the way they’ve reimagined it was smart, and for me it made the show make sense. As for your own trajectory, are you happy with your career? The fact that I get to work on Broadway and have been for many years is more than I ever dreamed. “My knuckles are swollen,” he told me, but it’s not from shaking hands.The rather comely Kyle Dean Massey has stepped into the wandering shoes of Pippin in the smash Broadway revival of that show about a medieval prince who’s tracking down all sorts of worldly adventures en route to discovering the real joys in life. They had to teach me to do a somersault, so a backflip is a huge deal. I think it’s more about finding happiness outside of yourself. Right at this second, it’s long distance, but we don’t do long distance much. Recently, I was in a benefit called Broadway Backwards, where guys sing the girl parts and vice versa.Still in place in the swirling, circus-like Diane Paulus production are the sensational performances by Terrence Mann, Charlotte d’Amboise, and Rachel Bay Jones, all playing varying loved ones who populate Pippin’s extraordinary existence. Beyond all the athletics, what do you think is the message of Pippin? Pippin is a character who’s so concerned with his own fulfillment through the entire show. That evening, they turned all the songs into gay songs.
What he will confirm is that as of now he's signed on to do five or six episodes, during which Kevin will obviously find out Will's big secret.The current relationship status of Kyle Massey is not known.