The frozen actor caught in video tearing the Trump 2020 banner of a member of the audience after the Broadway performance says he will not apologize to the "disrespectful man who tries to interrupt this moment with a pathetic political platform"
- Timothy R Hughes shared a video of the outbreak on Instagram on Wednesday
- He said he will not apologize to the "disrespectful man who tries to interrupt this moment with a pathetic political platform."
- The behavior of the actor has met with a series of reactions in social networks
- Hughes portrays the character Pabbie in the Disney production
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An actor in the Broadway musical Frozen was captured in a video that tore off a banner from "Trump 2020". away from a member of the audience.
Timothy R Hughes, who plays the character Pabbie in the Disney production, has refused to apologize for the outburst during the performance after Wednesday's show.
Hughes shared a clip that shows him grabbing the sign and throwing him off the stage, calling the audience member a "disrespectful man who tries to interrupt this moment with a pathetic political platform."
Timothy R Hughes, an actor in the Broadway musical Frozen, has said he will not apologize for pulling a banner from "Trump 2020". of a member of the audience after a show on Wednesday
In the caption, Hughes wrote: "What does it say about our country and our politics when a man on tonight's show felt the need to protest against Disney's Frozen on Broadway with a pro Trump flag?
"How scary is it that the messages of love, acceptance and diversity of our program have become the opposition to support Trump?
"The call for attention is a gratitude between the actors and the audience, a final connection to finalize a shared experience.
"I will not apologize for how I responded to the disrespectful man who was trying to interrupt this moment with a pathetic political platform, not in our show, not in front of my beautiful, diverse and talented cast in @frozenbroadway, I appreciate everyone's support."
Hughes shared a pop clip on Twitter, which shows the cast making a curtain call when the actor notices the interrogator with a sign in the front row, grabbing him and throwing him away
Several members of the audience caught the incident on video, showing the cast bowing their hands before Hughes noticed that the contestant was wearing a visor & # 39; Make America Great Again & # 39;
The behavior of the actor Greatest Showman has met with a series of reactions from criticism to praise on social networks.
The man holding the banner has not been identified.