This Off-Broadway Play Has A Hilarious Take On Gay Men And Aging
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"Steve," the new off-Broadway play by Mark Gerrard, features characters who grapple with aging, infidelity and mortality. The play poses the question of whether or not the gay community is facing an identity crisis now that same-sex couples have made strides toward mainstream acceptance. And yet, it's a comedy. The play, which opened Nov. 18, at New York's Pershing Square Signature Center and is directed by Cynthia Nixon, follows Steven (Matt McGrath), a failed Broadway chorus boy turned stay-at-home dad who is struggling, in unflattering yet humorous ways, with the transition into middle age. The character begins a downward spiral at his 47th birthday party where, after a few martinis, he discovers that his longtime partner and co-parent, Stephen (Malcolm Gets), has been sexting Brian (Jerry Dixon), the partner of his best friend, Matt (Mario Cantone). Meanwhile, Steven's lesbian friend Carrie (Ashlie Atkinson), who has been his closest confidante, later finds out her can...
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