The Temperamentals: Bay Area Premiere of Off-Broadway Hit
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Make the 2014-2015 theater season full of discovery, danger and delight by seeing any three of New Conservatory Theatre Center's eight exciting upcoming shows. Selections include Cock, wunderkind playwright Mike Bartlett's elegant modern love triangle that looks at the aftermath when one half of a gay couple falls in love with a woman. Or you might try the over-the-top hybrid of Hollywood glamour and Greek tragedy in Die, Mommie, Die!, Charles Busch's hilarious mixture of whodunits, double-crossings and suspenseful twists. Dead Poets Society meets Romeo & Juliet in Shakespeare's R&J, a play-within-a-play written by Joe Calarco about what happens when four school boys secretly reenact the timeless story of forbidden love. The Tony-winning musical Avenue Q is back by popular demand to prove once again that puppets can have a very adult side, and in Harbor, all hell breaks loose when 15-year-old Lottie and her ne'er-do-well mother drop in unannounced at the beautiful Sag Harbor home of Kevin and his young husband, Ted. Other Desert Cities by Jon Robin Baitz brings dysfunctional family drama to new heights in a story that was a finalist for the 2012 Pulitzer. Timely, touching and empathetic, the 2013 GLAAD Media Award-winning From White Plains explores the far-reaching fallout of bullying and questions if forgiveness is possible. And wrapping up the season, Compleat Female Stage Beauty is a bawdy historical comedy-drama that brings the battle of the sexes to the stage. Hey, we didn't say choosing three from this lineup was going to be easy. Learn More
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The Temperamentals is an important and fascinating look at the pre-Stonewall foundations of the LGBT civil right movement. But I pretty much knew that going in. What took me by surprise was the love story between Harry and Rudy. So romantic and moving! Can't think of a better place to see this show than the intimate Walker Theatre at New Conservatory.
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This story takes us back to a dark period in our history, when people were forced to hide their beliefs, ideas and hearts. I so admire these men for standing up in such a world. J. Conrad Frank is absolutely charming and deliberate in his...continued
Directed by F. Allen Sawyer
Starring J. Conrad Frank, Justin Gilman, Jeffrey Hoffman, Steve Salzman and Seth Thygsen