Standing on Ceremony: Short Plays on Gay Marriage From Top Talent
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The last date listed for Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays was Sunday June 24, 2012 / 3:00pm.
Currently at Broward Center for the Performing Arts - Abdo New River Room
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This was a wonderful event and a superb idea. The selection of plays was excellent, ranging from the hilarious to the poignant. My only criticism would be the sound. The volume was not loud enough and much of the dialogue was missed in a couple of the plays. The acting was so realistic you didn't even notice they actors were reading.
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The New York Production/cast was much better. This one had some highs and lows. Some of the performers were excellent and some just okay. I think body mics might have helped a bit. Bruce Villanch, although a talented and funny man, was miscast....continued
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Plays are scheduled to include:_
A Traditional Wedding by Mo Gaffney
The Revision _by Jordan Harrison, an amusing look at how two men might rewrite their vows to more accurately reflect the limited options available to a gay couple.
London Mosquitoes _by Moisés Kaufman, a poignant story in which a widower tries to make sense of the loss of his longtime lover.
Strange Fruit by Neil LaBute, the story of two men in love whose plans to get married “the old-fashioned way” are stymied when reality rears its ugly head.
This Flight Tonight by Wendy MacLeod, which asks if there is any hope for happiness when a lesbian marriage begins in Iowa.
The Gay Agenda by Paul Rudnick, a sadly hilarious plea for understanding by an Ohio homemaker and member of Focus on the Family.
O_n Facebook by Doug Wright, adapted from an actual Facebook thread chronicling one long fight among friends on the subject of gay marriage.
As the subject of marriage equality is constantly evolving, additional plays may be added or subtracted throughout the run.__