GUIDING LIGHT fan favorite Paul Anthony Stewart (Danny) can’t say enough about his latest project, the Off-Broadway production of Harbor. “It’s so smart and complicated and funny and moving,” he raved to Soaps In Depth when we caught up with him in between rehearsals and performances. “I’m really excited about this show. It’s the first play I’ve read in years — the first new, original play — that made me laugh out loud, alone in my bedroom, half a dozen times. I think everybody can see some aspect of their lives or their family in these characters.”
Stewart and QUEER AS FOLK’s Randy Harrison star in Harbor as newlywed gay couple Ted and Kevin, whose idyllic lives are turned upside down by Kevin’s estranged sister, Donna (played by SPARTACUS: BLOOD AND SAND star Erin Cummings), and her 15-year-old daughter, Lottie (newcomer Alexis Molnar). “I play a successful architect, pretty much the bread-winner in the relationship, while Kevin is the artist struggling with that novel he’s been trying to write for 10 years,” says Stewart with a chuckle. “Kevin’s white-trash, hillbilly sister shows up after being out of touch for many years with her daughter, who Ted has never met, and drops a bomb on this happy family of two.”
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