A Man’s Man

Expectations. Obligations. Facades. What lies beneath is not only the truth but the beauty of what makes us each so unique.

A Man’s Man

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This production features Planet Connections award-winning artists.*

Benefiting: The Trevor Project

Written by: Mark Jason Williams
Directed by: Valentina Fratti
Produced by: Anne Berlin

A powerful, timely new drama about three generations of men bound by family obligations and the unexpected revelations that force them to question the pressures of conventional stereotypes as they face loss and love.

Venue: Downstairs Theater, Paradise Factory
Schedule:
Saturday, May 17 at 1pm
A Man’s Man runs 85 minutes with no intermission.

 

Tickets: Click here to reserve your seats!

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Genre: LGBT Issues, Romance, & Identity

Cast
Geneva Carr*
Chris Henry Coffey*
George Dvorsky*
Dennis Parlato*
Ian Whitt

Production Credits
Suzi Bonnot* (Stage Manager)

 * Denotes memeber of Actors Equity
*A Man’s Man features artists who have received the following awards and nominations from Planet Connections:

Mark Jason Williams
2013 – Straight Faced Lies
Winner – Outstanding Playwriting for a New Script
Nominated – Outstanding Overall Production
2012 – Acts of Love/Smiles to Saturn
Nominated – Outstanding Playwriting Short-form (for Smiles to Saturn)
Nominated – Outstanding Overall Evening of One-Acts (for Acts of Love)
2011 – The Other Day
Winner -Outstanding Playwriting for a New Script
2010 – Recovery
Winner – Planet Activist Award
Nominated – Outstanding Playwriting of a New Script
&
2013 – Snow Orchid
Nominated – Outstanding Overall Production of a Reading (Anne Berlin)
2012 – La Strega
Winner- Outstanding Overall Production of a Reading (Anne Berlin)
2011 – Howling Hilda
Nominated– Outstanding Overall Production of a Reading (Anne Berlin)
2010 – Revolution!
Winner – Outstanding Overall Production of a Reading (Anne Berlin and Valentina Fratti)
Nominated – Best Director for a Reading (Valentina Fratti)
2009 – Howling Hilda
Nominated – Outstanding Overall Production of a Reading (Anne Berlin)