Broadway stars came together for the adorable Broadway Barks this weekend


Broadway stars came out in full force for Broadway Barks this weekend. And it was absolutely adorable to see the precious pups.

If there are two things I love, they’re dogs and Broadway. What could be better? Both of them together. That’s what. And that’s exactly what happened when Broadway stars came together for the 20th annual Broadway Barks adoption event this weekend.

Animal lovers Bernadette Peters and the late Mary Tyler Moore started Broadway Barks 20 years ago. Broadway legend Peters and her Hello, Dolly! co-star Victor Garber hosted the event, which is produced by Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, together this year in Shubert Alley.

And they got quite a turnout! Over 28 animal shelters participated in the event. Not to mention all of the Broadway stars. And there were So. Many. Of. Them.

The cast of Hello, Dolly! Melissa Benoist, Matt Bomer, Zachary Quinto, Andrew Rannells, and more from The Boys in the Band, cast members from Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Spongebob Squarepants, My Fair Lady, Hamilton, Dear Evan Hansen, Mean Girls, and more came out to show some puppy love.

And what could be better than Broadway stars singing, dancing, and holding adorable puppies? Absolutely nothing. The pictures and videos of the cute pups making their Broadway debut on stage in Shubert Alley with their Broadway pals are too cute.

Ya, either got it, or ya ain’t. And these dogs got it. Those actors better move over because their furry friends totally stole the show. Everything’s coming up puppies.

And Broadway Barks really makes a difference! Over the last 20 years, more than 200 cats and doggos have been adopted thanks to their famous friends on Broadway. And around 85 percent of the cute critters have been adopted at the event.

“It’s the year of the dog, and we’ve been there 20 years. I can’t believe it,” Peters said on LIVE With Kelly & Ryan.

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Who knows? Maybe some of these pups will find they have the perfect bark and land themselves a role in a show.