The actor is offering dinner and a Broadway show with himself and husband David Burtka to raise money for (RED).
"[My parents said], ‘Just be where you are and do your best. Just keep fighting.’”
The live musical premieres December 7 on NBC.
“We wanted to stand up and spread a message of love and unity.”
The VP-elect checks out the hit Broadway musical and the cast directs a pointed, but respectful, question at the antigay Republican.
"If I can be a new face that people see that is HIV-positive and healthy and performing seven shows a week and kicking ass, then let that stand as a positive example."
Also: Mary-Louise Parker is back on Broadway