'Thoughts of a Colored Man' brings more diversity to Broadway onstage and off

NEW YORK — Brooklyn McLain and Brandon Gloster worked behind different merchandise booths for several years before they launched their own company, called “merch.”

“If you’ve been to a Broadway show in the past decade, you’ve probably purchased merchandise from me at least once,” merch. COO Brooklyn McLain said. “Same. Same,” CEO Brandon Gloster added. 

In launching merch., Gloster and McLain became the co-owners of the first Black-owned theater merchandising business in the Broadway community. They are making their debut at “Thoughts of a Colored Man,” which is currently playing at the John Golden Theatre on Broadway.

“We were having these important conversations about inclusion and diversity on Broadway, but

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