May 3-May 5, 2012
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1914. Two actors are hired to entrap homosexuals for "social vagrancy" in public restrooms.
Equality Forum 2012 proudly presents The Twentieth-Century Way by Tom Jacobson. Having made its Philadelphia premiere last August to critical acclaim, Peter Andrew Danzig and Thomas Raniszewski reprise their roles in this sexually charged, two-man psychological drama for 4 performances only! Directed by Karen Case Cook (A Midsummer Night's Dream, Hot L Baltimore, Ibsen's Ghost). Assistant Director, Christian George.
Approx run time: 90 min.
Contains sexual situations and nudity. For mature audiences only.
2010 Award Winner: Overall Excellence in Production of a Play, Fringe Festival NYC.
2011 Award Winner: PEN Award for Drama.
"One of the most Intelligent and sobering plays in the short history of gay theater." - Stage and Cinema
"There's no excuse not to see this raw and riveting psychological drama. Though some might shy away, the play's intense and demanding sexual scenes, including nudity, didn't scare off these actors." --Mark Cofta, Philadelphia City Paper
"Earnestly performed by Peter Andrew Danzig and Thomas Raniszewski, who play all the roles skillfully. Karen Case Cook's stark production became more impressive by degrees as it unfolded." --Howard Shapiro, Philadelphia Inquirer
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May 3-May 5, 2012
Thursday @ 7:30 pm
Friday @ 7:30 pm
Saturday Matinee @ 2 pm
Saturday @ 7:30 pm
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