Birds of a Feather: Wry Comedy About What Defines "Family"
Roy and Silo are just your typical gay American dads, with one noticeable exception: They're penguins! Inspired by true events, Birds of a Feather is a smart and surprisingly human comedy about two bird families living in New York City. Award-winning author and NPR personality Marc Acito deftly interweaves two famous New York stories -- that of Roy and Silo, the two male penguins who raised a chick together at the Central Park Zoo, and that of the red-tailed hawks who made their home on the ledge of a 5th Avenue building -- into one highly original play. Winner of the Helen Hayes Award for Best New Play, Birds of a Feather is a heartwarming story that celebrates families of every breed, in an uplifting exploration of psychology, zoology and what truly defines "family." See it at Greenhouse Theater Center in Chicago.
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