- Internet Baby
A gay media personality and his handsome partner, a talented and successful graphic artist, have a happy and stable relationship. Failing to adopt a baby through legitimate means, a third world country and various subterfuges, they find an internet ad that leads them to an attractive, pregnant street girl — and her bisexual heroin addicted boyfriend — who is only too ready to assist them. This leads to more difficulties than they anticipate.
3F (doubling possible)
- The Lost
In l939, on the eve of the Second World II, the gay writers Christopher Isherwood and W.H. Auden left England for America. During this dreary winter voyage, Isherwood relives incidents from his life. In the isolation and limbo of the ocean, he feels alienated from his life in Europe, and unsure what the future in America may hold for him. He is writing a book called “The Lost” that reflects the lives of the emotionally bankrupt folk, the lost generation which has lost its way — the victims of the Nazis, the survivors of the Spanish Civil War, the desperate and the confused. On this journey he feels he has joined their ranks. This one-man play begins as the ship leaves England and ends as the towers of Manhattan loom out of the fog.
- Fresh Pleasures
Duncan Grant was beautiful, charming, talented, loving, and promiscuous. Some called the artist a “darling of the gods,” and he endeared everyone he knew. Men and women fought for his personal and professional favours, among them essayist Lytton Strachey, artist Vanessa Bell, economist Maynard Keynes, and novelist David Garnett. A one-man performance about a brilliant and talented man, an artist who dared to be different without trying.