Singer Trevor Copeland and songwriter Arthur Brightman have the perfect New York romance. That's swell. In 1965, it's also against the law. So in the back room of the Never Get, a clandestine Greenwich Village gay bar, they put together a show called Midnight — a nightclub act in which Trevor sings Arthur's love songs with their male pronouns intact. But as the lovers hurtle toward the end of the decade, they find themselves caught in a passion they can't control and a political revolution they don't understand. Featuring a seductive score inspired by the Great American Songbook, Midnight at the Never Get is a sultry meditation on identity, memory, and enduring romance.