Quince Productions Announces GayFest 2014 Lineup

Steve Fales in "Confessions of a Mormon Boy."

Steve Fales in “Confessions of a Mormon Boy.”

Quince Productions has announced the line up for the fourth annual GayFest, the city’s LGBT theatre extravaganza, which runs at various venues throughout the city from August 5-23, 2014.  This year, the festival includes four main stage plays and a host of special events, one-night-only cabarets, performances, and one-man shows.

We have the full agenda below, along with a preview of some of the special events.




Mainstage Productions:

  • The Haunted Host by Robert Patrick, Directed by Sarah Gafgen.  50th Anniversary Production.  Plays & Players Theatre, Skinner Studio.
  • Some Are People by Kathleen Warnock, Directed by Josh Hitchens.  Philadelphia Premiere.  Plays & Players Theatre, Skinner Studio.
  • You Know My Name: A Daniel Talbott Trio by Daniel Talbott, Directed by Rich Rubin.  World Premiere.  SkyBox at the Adrienne Theatre.
  • Next Fall by Geoffrey Nauffts, Directed by Calvin Atkinson.  Philadelphia Premiere.  SkyBox at the Adrienne Theatre.

Special Events:

  • Head Over Heels by The Bang Group.  August 5 and 6, Plays & Players Theater, Skinner Studio.
  • Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays by Paul Rudnick, Neil LaBute, Moises Kaufman, Jose Rivera, Mo Gaffney, Jordan Harrison, Doug Wright, and Wendy MacLeod.  August 10, SkyBox at the Adrienne Theatre.  Benefits GayFest and Equality PA.
  • The Homo Poe Show by the Iron Crow Theatre Company, August 11, Plays & Players
  • Always the Bridesmaid by R. Eric Thomas, August 17, Plays & Players
  • Confessions of a Mormon Boy by Steven Fales.  August 20-23, Playground and SkyBox at the Adrienne Theatre.

Theater Locations:

  • Plays & Players Skinner Studio, 1714 Delancey Street
  • SkyBox and Playground at the Adrienne Theatre, 2030 Sansom Street

For more information or tickets, click here.

Confessions of a Mormon Boy Preview:

The Bang Group Preview:

 

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