Queer Eye’s Antoni Porowski is set to make his Broadway debut

Taylor Miller for Gay Times

Antoni Porowski will be making his Broadway debut for one night only on December 17.

While we patiently wait for Queer Eye season 3 – which will feature its first lesbian makeover – to make its way onto Netflix, there are plenty of things to do.

And one of those things will be to see Queer Eye’s chef Antoni Porwoski make his Broadway debut in a show titled Celebrity Autobiographies.

Antoni will only be in the one show, on December 17, at the Marquis Theatre, which is on 46th Street in midtown Manhattan. Broadway Buzz reports that Antoni will be joining comedians Mario Cantone and Rachel Dratch, actress Susan Lucci, writer and producer Eugene Pack and Dayle Reyfel.

It’s not yet been confirmed which celebrity autobiographies the group will be reading extracts from.

And if that doesn’t tickle your fancy then maybe Antoni’s very own cookbook might. Back in May, it was announced that the Queer Eye chef would be bringing his own easy-to-make recipes to your kitchen.

“I could not be more thrilled to be writing about the recipes I love and think are essential to any novice home cook, professional, and somewhere in between,” Porowski said in a statement to Entertainment Weekly.

“I’m also truly honoured to be published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: the talented and passionate Rux Martin, for whom I have such tremendous respect.

“We immediately bonded on the importance of hors-d’oeuvres and our mutual love for Vermont, and I can’t wait to publish this book and share my personal recipes with the world.”

Related: Watch Jonathan Van Ness and Antoni Porowski play Tinder matchmaker



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