Willow Theatricals presents a politically charged drama exploring intergenerational gay relationships and timely issues facing the LGBTQ community. More…
Ira and Larry were Hebrew school classmates who took different paths in life. Ira came out and moved to the city; Larry married a woman, had a family, and came out later in life. Now, following the 2016 election, they're spending one memorable weekend together with Larry's son Bryan, Ira's nephew Christopher, and a whole lot of gay history.
See it if you enjoy an historical perspective on gay life and how being gay has changed over time; you enjoy political barbs, family interaction.
Don't see it if you are homophobic; you are not interested in the history of the gay population nor in their current political opinions, both right and left
See it if Each character in the dramedy touch profound issues. Neither the old gay guys nor the net generation adequately cope.
Don't see it if could use some trimming.. You keep hoping the sexy young guys will get it on despite mutual hatred -- one is for Trump; the other Jill Stein
See it if you like plays about the political history of gay life & what it means to be gay today in an uncertain political climate told by 4 gay men.
Don't see it if you get unset by current negative remarks about our current administration as it relates to being gay in the 21st century.
See it if You enjoy this history of the LGBT Community or you have a history with someone that has AIDS. Also see it if you are a gay millennial.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy the classic tropes of a gay comedy. You need a big grand theatrical performance.
See it if you love down-to-earth discussions on life. You enjoy human characters and excellent acting. HIGHLY recommend this show!
Don't see it if you loathe politics and on-the-nose references. Or if you dislike shows that have multiple themes carrying on at once.
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