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The Taint of Equality ~or~ I Want Your Sex

Benefiting: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center
Produced by Cross-Eyed Bear Productions
Written/Directed by Duncan Pflaster

“Adrian and Javier are a gay couple who don’t believe in marriage- but everyone assumes they’re married. When they realize they’ve never actually opened up their “open relationship”, they decide to each go out and get laid, with hilarious and erotic results. The play is an entertaining send-up of modern Gay life and relationships, that tackles drug use, Dan Savage, racism, showtunes, porn, Grindr, public sex, and much much more. Warning: The show contains full-frontal nudity and is most definitely NOT for children.

The production stars a large cast of 13 men: Roberto Alexander, Juan Carlos Diaz*, Joe Fanelli (Winner, Best Featured Actor Spotlight On Award for Pflaster’s “Eternity: Time Without End”), Mark-Eugene Garcia, Colin Godwin, Derrick Bryant Marshall, Shawn McLaughlin, Alan McNaney*, Rehmat Qadir, Jon Rentler, Marvin Riggins, Jr.*, Adam Samtur, and David T. Zimmerman
* indicates member of Actors’ Equity Association

Genre: Comedy, Farce, LGBT Issues, Play, Romance

This production features previous Planet Connections Award Winners:

Duncan Pflaster (2010 Winner Outstanding Playwright, 2009 & 2011, Nominated Outstanding Playwright, 3-year winner Congeniality Award)

$18 General Admission
$9.00 for Film/Music Participants
FREE for Theatre Festivity Participants

Friday 6/8/12 – 6:30pm = Performance #1
Wednesday 6/13/12 – 10:00pm = Performance #2
Saturday 6/16/12 – 10:00pm = Performance #3
Monday 6/18/12 – 7:30pm = Performance #4
Thursday 6/21/12 – 10:00pm = Performance #5
Saturday 6/23/12 – 9:00pm = Performance #6

Click the dates above or the buy tickets banner below to buy tickets/reserve your seat!

90 minutes

At Bleecker Street Theatre (Downstairs)
45 Bleecker Street, New York, NY 10012
Conveniently located near:
Bleecker St (4 & 6)
Broadway – Lafayette St (B, D, F, M)
Prince St (N, R)

This is what the artists who created this production are doing for their charity:

“We will be writing about The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center in our program and we will be collecting financial contributions for them at our show.”

This is what the artists who created this production did to make it an eco-friendly production!

Promoting walking, biking and public transportation to and from rehearsals, auditions and performances., Sourcing materials from organizations that either benefit charity or reduce/reuse waste (e.g. Materials for the Arts, Build-It-Green, Goodwill, Salvation Army, etc.), Set/costumes and/or props exclusively using re-purposed or recycled material, Committing to sharing/borrowing materials vs. than purchasing new ones., Recycling design elements from previous productions., Using minimal design elements., Avoiding materials with heavy fragrances or harsh chemicals., Encourage promotion of energy efficient lighting and turn out the lights when not in use., Promoting the use of reusable water bottles, cups, plates, utensils etc., Using laptops or smart phones in place of some or all rehearsal drafts., Printing double-sided, Printing on recycled paper., Using soy-based inks for the printing of postcards and other marketing materials., Utilizing paperless marketing tools (e.g. website, blogs, facebook, twitter and email)., Recycling/re-using playbills/Festibills, Recycling/re-using tickets, Designing a half-page, double-sided playbill., Posting audition notices, songs and sides online., Printing playbills and postcards on recycled paper.

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