Theater for the New City presents this new, inter-generational comic drama about sexuality, identity, and monogamy. More…
After breaking up with his long-time boyfriend, Norman Sable-Church moves clear across the country, leaving his fathers, George and Jack, in a tizzy. Months later, with George, a prominent gay activist and historian, suddenly takes ill, Norman returns home to set things right and to introduce his parents to Andy, his new partner. Jack, a well-known drag performer and cabaret star, and Phyllis, Norman's biological mother, are dismayed to find that Andy is not who they expected.
See it if You're interested in breaking down the boundaries between generational queer cultures. For: queens, pan/bisexuals, and those who feel erased
Don't see it if You're homophobic, biphobic, and don't like comedy.
See it if you want to hear a fresh new comedic voice in theatre; if you'd like to learn about gender politics, in a fun way; and if you want To Laugh!
Don't see it if You aren't interested in LGBTQIA subject matter.
See it if Attempts to stay connected and understand each other for different generations of queer people.Family values,love and very good costumes
Don't see it if Stories about queer annoy you, dislike small theatre, sex-related jokes and discussions, same-sex kisses and death because of AIDS
See it if you like stories about queer families, queer history, queer generational differences, or stories written and performed by queer people.
Don't see it if you don't like queer stories, camp characters, familial conflict, stories about grief, or fairly explicit discussion of sexuality
See it if you'd like to see a a well-acted comedy about complicated LGBT relationships
Don't see it if you aren't interested in shows about LGBT relationships and are offended by some raunchy discussions
See it if you want a clever look at the complexities of intergenerational queer families; you appreciate queer archetypes - and their disassembly
Don't see it if you want simple relationships; you don't like flashbacks; you're uninterested in exploring evolving queer identities.
See it if you enjoy family dynamics twisted in all directions with a hard working cast developing good characters who explore facets w/love & jest.
Don't see it if you are averse to gay/lesbian family or open relationship stories. Some language/props not suitable for kids or may be disturbing to others.
See it if Queer family dynamics and expectations get complicated and eventually resolve. All families are really more alike than different.
Don't see it if You aren’t open to a very different LQBTQ family configuration, and openness about gender identity and sexual preference.
See it if Mildly entertaining tale of a gay guy who falls in love with a lesbian & wants to marry her. Drag acts are fun.
Don't see it if Story drags & many one-dimensional performances (especially from the mom) make the plot seem over-the-top. Runs just over 90 minutes.
See it if If its gay pride month and you need something to do. But seriously the actors were good and the story was different.
Don't see it if If you dont want to see another story about the life
See it if to see an enjoyable play that presents ideas for contemplation of the difference in generational understanding of sexual identity.
Don't see it if you are opposed to plays dealing with queer identity.
See it if you want a funny and fast-paced play that deals with some serious issues that are relevant to today
Don't see it if you don’t like plays that are only about LGBT issues
Also The set and costumes were very impressive for such a small theater
See it if You like exquisite small but powerful productions. Really well done, sensitive yet kick ass all rolled into one.
Don't see it if Your not a fan of gay/lesbian stories well this goes beyond that and as a result you should see it.
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