Abraham Lincoln's Big, Gay Dance Party: A Hilarious Musical About America's Culture Wars
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In the Bay Area premiere of this 2012 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, an Iraq war veteran grapples with personal and family issues, while the motherly moderator of an online support group for recovering addicts and its members struggles to stay sober. Their worlds end up colliding in unexpected ways, as they seek redemption through connection and community. This moving collage of lives in crisis was written by Tony nominee Quiara Alegría Hudes (In the Heights) and receives its much-anticipated regional debut from TheatreWorks Silicon Valley. Learn More
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“What sounds like a wacky romp turns out to be both riotously irreverent and intermittently historical, yet anything but fluffy.” —Time Out New York
A South Bay Premiere
Written by Aaron Loeb
Directed by Gina Marie Hayes
Abraham Lincoln was gay? Really? Now that changes everything! Or does it? This irreverent feast is perfect for anyone who thinks that we all take even the most serious issues a little too seriously.
About the Ticket Supplier: City Lights Theater Company
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