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A GAY IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

ensemble theatre · queer classics · United States
Oscar Wilde’s masterful comedy galavants through a world obsessed with appearances, money and social-status. (The polar opposite of Hollywood culture. Wink face.) By presenting the lovers as gay men, Queer Classics creates a play more hysterically fabulous than Oscar could get away with in his time.
Oscar Wilde’s masterful comedy galavants through a world obsessed with appearances, money and social-status. (The polar opposite of Hollywood culture. Wink face.) By presenting the lovers as gay men, Queer Classics creates a play more hysterically fabulous than Oscar could get away with in his time.

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ensemble theatre · theatre unleashed · Ages 13+ · United States of America
"GO!" - LA Weekly. "...a must see play and will put a knot in your stomach by the end." - L.A. Theatre Review. The story of a very particular group of kids and what happens when the secrets, lies and deception between them spiral out of control, exploding into violence and tragedy.
"GO!" - LA Weekly. "...a must see play and will put a knot in your stomach by the end." - L.A. Theatre Review. The story of a very particular group of kids and what happens when the secrets, lies and deception between them spiral out of control, exploding into violence and tragedy.

BOSS: THE UNTOLD TONY DANZA STORY

comedy · three rivers theatre company · United States
This is a comedy, loosely (and we mean loosely) based on the early life, and career of America's favorite son and national treasure, Tony Danza. The play explores the nature of the entertainment business and how far some some people are willing to go to achieve success in it.
This is a comedy, loosely (and we mean loosely) based on the early life, and career of America's favorite son and national treasure, Tony Danza. The play explores the nature of the entertainment business and how far some some people are willing to go to achieve success in it.