The Bus, a Story of Secret Love by Award Winner James Lantz
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The last date listed for The Bus was Sunday April 28, 2013 / 2:00pm.
Currently at New Conservatory Theatre Center:
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Some of the country's most acclaimed playwrights address one of the country's hottest issues in Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays. Top writers -- including Neil LaBute (reasons to be pretty), Paul Rudnick (In & Out), Moisés Kaufman (The Laramie Project) and Wendy MacLeod (The House of Yes) -- explore the marriage equality debate with insight and humanity. The result is a thought-provoking array of short theatrical works, ranging from raucous comedies to personal dramas. Learn More
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A new play by James Lantz.
Directed by Sara Staley.
_ The Bus_ is the story of Jordan and Ian, two boys who regularly rendezvous in a parked bus that belongs to the most powerful church in town, Golden Rule. Late at night, they meet to explore sexual feelings that are at once awkward, humorous, and must remain a secret. When their meeting place is in danger of being discovered, the boys find themselves caught in a conflict between Golden Rule and a gas station owned by Ian’s father — and the clash proves explosive. Can Jordan and Ian move their fragile relationship into the light, or will church and family drive them back?**