Thank you to all who came to our 2014 LGBT NIGHT OUT!
Geared specifically for
the lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender community and allies, enjoy
mingling with friends, meeting up with colleagues and family, or
chatting with someone new.
Pre-Show cocktail party: 6:30pm
Tickets: $35 (includes cocktail party and performance)
Past 2014 Events:
A Song At Twilight
By Noël Coward
Directed by Mark Lamos
a co-production with Hartford Stage
LGBT Night OUT: Thursday, May 1
In his long career, Sir Hugo Latymer has achieved more than most writers even dream of-money, fame, and a reputation beyond reproach. But his carefully constructed ivory tower is imperiled when a long-ago love threatens to shed a very public light into the most scandalous corner of his private past, a revelation that could bring it all tumbling down. In this exquisite battle of wits, playwright Noël Coward explores the nature of passion, the cruelty of love, and the price of the secrets we keep.
| Door Prizes provided by:
Ingmar Bergman's adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House
Translated into the English language by Frederick J. Marker and Lisa-Lone Marker
Directed by David Kennedy
LGBT Night OUT: Thursday, July 17
Nora has the perfect life, a happy home, and a
healthy marriage. But when a mysterious man from her past appears, her
idyllic world is suddenly turned upside down. A story of love,
blackmail, and the little lies we tell, Nora is a se
xy and stunning adaptation of one of Ibsen's most psychologically penetrating works.
Things We Do For Love
By Alan Ayckbourn
Directed by John Tillinger
LGBT Night OUT: Thursday, August 21
Love will make you crazy. In this uproarious comedy by Playhouse favorite Alan
Ayckbourn, fastidious Barbara's orderly, but solitary world is thrown
into chaos when the arrival of her longtime friend Nikki and her fiancé
ignites unexpected and violent passions. Replete with trademark
Ayckbourn touches, this wickedly funny play will have you questioning
just how sane any of us really are when it comes to love
By Lynn Nottage
Directed by Mary B. Robinson
LGBT Night OUT: Thursday, October 9
Each choice we make is a vital stitch in the ornately and delicately embroidered fabric of our lives. In her celebrated play Intimate Apparel, Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Nottage weaves an intricate tapestry of the joys, sorrows, tragedy, and triumph of a gifted but lonely African American seamstress in early Twentieth-Century Manhattan as she negotiates the choice between a love that is accepted and one that is true.