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Ryan Landry and crew celebrate ‘M’

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Gold Dust Orphans captain Ryan Landry — known for putting on gender-bending shows at Machine nightclub — celebrated the opening of his Huntington Theatre Company production “M” by hosting an after-party at South End restaurant 28 Degrees on Wednesday night. Revelers included Samantha Richert, who plays “Olga,” costume designer Scott Martino, Huntington artistic director Peter DuBois, and Landry. At left is Justin Seward of the props department, who sported an “M” tattoo on his head. “M” runs through April 28. The Gold Dust Orphans’ parody “Pornocchio” opens April 26.

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