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Essential plays for Pride Month


Out of the closets and onto the stage

Lanford Wilson’s 1964 one-act The Madness of Lady Bright, a dynamic character study of an aging drag queen, is frequently cited as America’s first “gay play.” It premiered at Caffe Cino, an off-off-Broadway coffeehouse theater in New York’s Greenwich Village that also nurtured the work of emerging gay playwrights Robert Patrick, Tom Eyen, Jean-Claude van Itallie, and William M. Hoffman.…

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