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WINNER: BEST ENSEMBLE THEATER!
WINNER: BEST WORLD PREMIERE!
WINNER: BEST DIRECTOR JESSICA HANNA!
WINNER: GOLDEN PLAYWRIGHT: BRANDON BARUCH!
NOMINEE: BEST PLAYWRIGHT BRANDON BARUCH
NOMINEE: GOLDEN PRODUCTION
AUDIENCES AND CRITICS LOVE NO HOMO!
“As funny and crowd-pleasingly satisfying a gay play as I’ve seen in a good long while. NO HOMO’s funny, clever, snappy writing is made even funnier, cleverer, and snapper by Jessica Hanna’s inventive direction.”
-Steven Stanley, StageSceneLA.com
“An incredible ensemble effort… (with) more twists and turns than an Alfred Hitchcock thriller. The entire audience was on the edge of their seats.”
-Bob Leggett, Examiner.com
“4.5 out of 5 stars… an amusing and well-directed observation of the fluid nature of sexuality among LA 20-somethings.”
-Kurt Gardner, BlogCritics.org
“NO HOMO is deft, nuanced, personal, complex, funny and moving… a true romantic comedy with heart, wit, and something to say. The crystal clear gem-like precision of director Jessica Hanna… is simply superb.”
-Colin Mitchell, Bitter Lemons
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This comically tragic anti-love story tells the tale of Luke and Ash, two best friends who have been roommates for six years. All their friends and family are convinced they’re secretly a couple, even though neither man is gay. Or at least, they’re pretty sure they’re not gay.
Be Flat Productions and Subject2Change Productions present:
by Brandon Baruch
Directed by Jessica Hanna
Assistant Director/Stage Manager: Mara De La Rosa
Lighting Designer: Ric Zimmerman
Sound Designer: Corwin Evans
Scenic Designer: David Offner
Costume Designer: Laura Wong
Properties Designer: Brittany Blouch
Press Photography: Clarke Surrey
Produced by Max Oken and Brandon Baruch
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