Terrence McNally's contemporary reimagining of the Christ story is considered his most riveting and controversial but the underlying message of love, hope and tolerance is guaranteed to touch the audience in a way no other play can.
"One of McNally's best, most moving and personal works," raves Time Magazine.
Paranoia and panic have guided the United States into a future of isolation and ignorance as a man struggles with love and reality in the age of a major epidemic. This is a terrifying and disturbing drama that deserves to be seen.
WARNING: CONTAINS NUDITY, ADULT LANGUAGE AND SITUATIONS.
Doric Wilson's masterful homage to the events leading up to the Stonewall Riots on June 28, 1969. More than simply a history of what happened, Wilson strives to record the stories of he and his friends who were there for all three nights of rioting.
Join Theatre Out for the Orange County premiere of two short plays that helped to change the landdscape of gay theatre. Landford Wilson's THE MADNESS OF LADY BRIGHT is the landmark play that paved the way for playwrights to explore gay and lesbian issues with more open and honest portrayals. From America's most proficient playwright...