FRIGID New York @ Horse Trade presents J.Stephen Brantley’s queer coming-of-middle-age story, directed by Obie-winner David Drake. More…
This 2008 punk-rock rom-com examines how addiction, politics, and pop culture have impacted the lives of gay American men who grew up post-Stonewall, pre-'Will & Grace.' Mature audiences only.
See it if Gay party boys move into manhood themes interest. Addiction/self-help issues interest
Don't see it if Writing, acting and direction move at fever pitch exhausting audience too soon
See it if You like manic behavior from addicted as well as sober characters, both seeking to show and share their love for each other in many ways.
Don't see it if You are turned off by gay characters acting wildly and intensely.
See it if You're interested in dark, but funny depictions of modern LGBT life and issues of addiction/recovery & love.
Don't see it if You don't like seeing plays about addiction, or plays that depict violence and intimacy.
See it if You believe that self-destructive behavior can be explained and stopped through intervention
Don't see it if You are afraid of humans, gays, punk rock, New Yorkers, seeing yourself in these characters....
See it if You want to see contemporary gay theater with a witty and moving script, well directed and performed by a talented cast.
Don't see it if you get uptight around frank discussions about addiction.
See it if you are interested in stories about love and friendship tested by conflicting ideas about how to live life.
Don't see it if you want a big, flashy production or are put off by stories about addiction.
See it if you're into gritty downtown thr that's more than shock; actually smart fast funny; most importantly authentic and specific.
Don't see it if you're closed minded.
See it if You want to experience how the horrors of addiction can tear relationships apart but love can bring them back together.
Don't see it if You can't tolerate gay relationships.