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79 Star Starred
City Lights Theater
529 South Second Street San Jose, CA 95112
408-295-4200
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4.1 / 5 Rated by 9 members
Review from Ernesto Duque

A delightful evening of theatre. A fun way to learn abit about history, today's social issues and enjoy a slightly crazy, fun, funny play.

reviewed Nov 28 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Nanci

We had a great time! The play was fast-paced and the scene changes were cleverly done.

reviewed Dec 12 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from hsethi

Acting was very good by most actors (Regina, in our opinion, overacted). Lighting, staging, sound was also very well-done. If you go, just keep in mind that the play has a lot more of the heavy than the comedic/jovial elements ("Party" in the...continued

reviewed Dec 18 2010 report as inappropriate
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See an interview with the playwright on YouTube.
“What sounds like a wacky romp turns out to be both riotously irreverent and intermittently historical, yet anything but fluffy.”  —Time Out New York

Description

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.

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