faith, friends, family.the challenges faced by lgbt couples. watch it tackled in this wonderful stage play i thankfully discovered yesterday. :) super relate! 'hope you can see this also as it's not often we have a stage play about a gay couple here in the philippines.
not rushing you, but it's showing TODAY and tomorrow is the LAST showing at OnStage. Sad! i know! had i learned of this earlier i would have posted about this instantly. but i've been sick for the last two weeks. lea salonga plugged this in her inquirer column. please WATCH! and let me know what you think. if i have time, and err, money, will watch it again tomorrow. =)
Written by playwright Geoffrey Nauffts, “ Next Fall ” is an exploration
of faith in a modern gay relationship involving Luke and Adam. So what
happens when a Christian gives an Atheist the Heimlich? The play
chronicles the five-year relationship of the gay couple as they wrestle
with their respective demons. Timely and compelling, the play“ places
the Proposition 8 controversy in a human context by exploring what it
means to 'believe' in this day and age, and what it might cost us not
“Next Fall” is a romantic comedy, a tragedy, a family drama, an issue
play, and a coming-of-age story. Whichever path you take into “Next
Fall” - the notion of faith is central to the experience.
Fall” won the 2010 John Gassner Award for Geoffrey Nauffts. In the same
year, the play was also nominated for the Drama Desk Awards --
Outstanding Play; Tony Awards -- Best Play; Outer Critics Circle Awards
-- Outstanding New Broadway Play.
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