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"Touching & funny...A remarkable achievement...SEE IT NOW!" - NY Blade "An earnest & moving exploration of the extraordinary relationship between a gay man & his older sister..." "Poignant...An excellent piece of theatre!" - New York Theatre.Com "Thought-provoking ... First-rate performances" - Gay City News David is the host of a local, gay radio show in Buffalo, New York. He doesn't quite know how to handle the advances of the station's sexy, new technician. When his quirky sister decides to adopt, his life changes dramatically. This poignant, new play unearths the exceptionally colorful relationship between a brother and a sister and the impact of the spoken word on the human spirit. Written by Don Scime. Karen Case Cook directs. Part of the New York International Fringe Festival. Schedule Saturday, August 9th 10:30 pm Saturday, August 16th 9 pm Sunday, August 17th 12 NOON Tuesday, August 19th 3 pm Thursday, August 21st 9:30 pm

Show Details

  • Running Time:2hr 15min
  • Dates:Closed on
  • Location:Bank Street Theater, Off-Off-Broadway