Men of Twitter

Each Monday I post #MenOfTwitter profiles of men who catch my eye and whom I think you may enjoy following. As always, suggestions for profiles to feature are welcome. If you’d like to follow me on twitter, you can find me @BosGuy. Below are this week’s #MenOfTwitter.

If so inclined, leave them a nice comment and start following on Twitter.

TheNickAdams – Yes, Nick is jaw-droppingly gorgeous or as we say here in Boston “gaw-jus”.  Nick Adams is also incredibly talented. He’s currently starring in Priscilla Queen of the Desert on Broadway.  He’s quite active on Twitter and seems to have a warm and friendly personality.  To borrow a line from Gershwin “Who could ask for anything more?” I’m proud to say Nick has a connection to Boston. He resided here while attending The Boston Conservatory of Music to earn his BFA in Musical Theater with a minor in Dance. Wish I had known – I would have attended a few of the school’s performances <sigh>. #TalentedGuy

khemingway – Keeping with the arts theme of this week’s men, I wanted to feature Kyle who lives in Boston and works as the creative services manager for Handel and Haydn Society, a respected orchestra and chorus with the distinction of being the nation’s oldest continuously running performing arts organization. Kyle is also a co-host of Opus Affair, a group of young professionals interested in supporting the fine and performing arts in Boston.  For those living in Boston, the group’s next social is Jan 17th – find out more about Opus Affair on facebook.  #CultchaVultcha

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3 responses to “Men of Twitter

  1. Pingback: On the Town: Feb 3, 2012 | OPUS AFFAIR

  2. Nick is so damn handsome; maybe I need to go to NYC to see Priscilla.

    Kyle looks like a guy you would take home to meet Mom.

    Good choices this week.

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