Dark and Hilarious Irish Play Stones in His Pockets
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The last date listed for Stones In His Pockets was Saturday September 17, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Broadway's Barry Pearl (Bye Bye Birdie, Oliver!, The Producers) stars in this world-premiere drama as a straight psychiatrist, who's determined to help a conflicted gay colleague in early '70s Philadelphia, where being labeled a homosexual could end a career. Delving into the origins of the controversial practice known as gay conversion therapy, Doctor Anonymous is inspired by the true story of Dr. John E. Fryer, who made LGBT history when he came out of the closet -- though still wearing a mask -- at an American Psychiatric Association convention in 1972. This world-premiere drama celebrating love and liberation was written by New York playwright-psychiatrist Guy Fredrick Glass. Learn More
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Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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2 actors brilliantly portray a town, a film crew, a country, and a people. It was a couple of times difficult to tell who a particular actor was playing they go so fast between characters but that is more my problem for not paying close enough attention. Both these guys do their work wonderfully.
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Stones in His Pockets is Ovation-recommended.
“Boisterous … they switch deftly from character to character, sometimes with stupefying alacrity … masterfully achieved by the two virtuosi, under TUTA artistic director Zeljko Djukic’s confident direction.” —LA Weekly (Go!)
“Two phenomenally versatile actors currently command the Zephyr stage…Friedman and Richardson play off each other so effortlessly, so perfectly in sync; you feel like you’re watching/listening to a fine-tuned, two-man symphony.” —Culture Spot LA
“Maniacally magical … hilariously fast moving … this twosome is beyond remarkable!” —Tolucan Times
“Terrific comedic mileage … [the] gifted duo [demonstrates] wide-ranging comedic skills.” —Back Stage