Erica Klein recently graduated high school and attends her mother’s Big Excellent 20th Reunion to deliver her last message to her dearest friends. But first Erica must let all of them come fabulously out of the perverbial closet. We meet Kevin Yih, a sober gay therapist who was homeless, and who now works with at risk youth and is living with HIV. Mitch Johnson is a gay man who was kicked out of the military and became a leatherman and Hollywood stuntman. Debra gonzales is bisexual and traded in her profession in the mortgage industry for a new law degree. Samantha Blaine is a cat-loving lesbian romance writer. And Danielle Parker is a trans sexual Professor of Queer Theory and the former quarterback of a football team. There are anthems for everyone and it is a deeply intimate humorous poignant story for those who have ever lovedd family and friends who are queer, from interracial and/or adopted families, or who have been touched by cancer and HIV. The last performance is on June 23rd, the night before NYC Pride Sunday.

Through June 23rd, 2012
Theater 80
80 Saint Marks Place (8th Street between 1st and 2nd Avenue)

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