Category Archives: Off-Broadway

A New Brain by William Finn & James Lapine

It was a memorable evening sitting in the beautiful Neo-Moorish auditorium at the New York City Center along with an audience of around 2,000 predominately gay men and women to watch this 1997 Off-Broadway musical revival all abuzz with the news of the Supreme Court’s decision on marriage equality that day.


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Consent by David Rhodes

It’s always a challenge depicting sexual intimacy on stage for any theatre company and add to the mix quite a large serving of sadomasochism with the requisite faux aggression and edgy role-play, actors and directors have a lot to conquer.


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