A gay couple, who fought to adopt and are exploring the challenges of gay parenting, find themselves thrust into the pre-school parent pool, which causes anxieties to rise in their lives. More…
Alan and Rob are an older married couple with a three-year-old daughter and a life they fought decades to be allowed to lead. But Alan has begun to feel an attraction to a younger gay dad, his closest straight friend’s marriage is disintegrating before his eyes, and his daughter Nicola seems to prefer Rob, who’s taken to parenting without any of Alan’s insecurities. In the course of one school year, three couples struggle with what it means to be married with children at this head-spinning cultural moment.
See it if You will endure mediocre writing in a well acted and well directed production.
Don't see it if You like characters with depth.
See it if You want to see common married couple/family issues but with a gay couple. Nothing ground breaking here as far as writing goes; cool staging
Don't see it if you care about good writing; if watching a gay couple bothers you; not okay with gratuitous male nudity; you want something interesting.
See it if you're gay & you'd enjoy seeing an up-to-the-minute depiction of modern gay life, kids & all
Don't see it if you might not like modern gay marriage themes, male nudity, sex addiction and white privilege all in one play
See it if Genial banter on gay parenting and infidelity is exciting enough for a Boys Night Out. Sliding puzzle set suggests complexity. If only.
Don't see it if Frank sexual talk, white gay boy's neurotic problems and heavy petting have you longing for the cattiness and uberdrama of Boys in the Band.
See it if you'd like to see modern same-sex couples portrayed onstage. This piece's strength is its attention to an often overlooked demographic.
Don't see it if you're looking for a perfect play. There is definitely room for work on the script.