Let A Hundred Flowers Bloom

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Opened Nov 17, 2009
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

Diversionary Theatre's Queer Theatre program will present a reading of David Zellnik's play Let A Hundred Flowers Bloom, a comedy set in New York in 1996, and is about (variously): disability, gay porn, the pharmaceutical revolutions of the 90s, Chairman Mao, and the rise and fall of post-AIDS euphoria. It is the story of how to construct a life, a sex life, and a friendship after ten years of believing you would die very soon.

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http://www.diversionary.org