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PRIDE PLAYS


Doug Nevin and Michael Urie
In partnership with Rattlestick Theater Present

PRIDE PLAYS

June 20 - 24
At Rattlestick Playwrights Theater

PRIDE PLAYS is an upcoming festival of play readings at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising. We will be presenting a series of play readings from June 20-24 that capture the prideful spirit of the LGBTQ community, celebrating 50 years of theatrical voices since that turning point. 

You can also expect symposiums of leading lights, emerging voices, and a variety of reflections on what pride means to you. Set against the backdrop of World Pride and the fiftieth anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, PRIDE PLAYS hopes to be a reflection of the queer experience the community has braved in the years since its heroes took their stand.

Festival Producers: Doug Nevin & Michael Urie
Festival Director: Nick Mayo

Plays to include: 

Blueprints to Freedom 
by Michael Benjamin Washington

Last Summer at Bluefish Cove 
by Jane Chambers

Some Men 
by Terrence McNally

On this Morning 
by Caroline Prugh

As Is 
by William Hoffman

Eat and You Belong to Us 
by MJ Kaufman

Room Enough 
by Daaimah Mubashshir

Nora Highland 
by Ryan Spahn

Le Switch 
by Philip Dawkins

Mariquitas 
by Eduardo Machado

Bike Race
by Eri Nox

The Last Sunday in June 
by Jonathan Tolins

The Baltimore Waltz
by Paula Vogel

A Language of Their Own 
by Chay Yew

More plays, artists, and schedule to be announced soon! 

To get involved or volunteer: Email prideplays2019@gmail.com

Earlier Event: April 17
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