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Thursday
24
MAY

OTP's Gay Shorts: We Are Family

19:30
21:30
Open Theatre Project
Event organized by Open Theatre Project

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Open Theatre Project presents GAY SHORTS: We Are Family, the 2nd annual Play Festival that explores family life in the GLTBQ community. Running at CLUB CAFÉ in Boston, MA May 24 - June 2, 2018.

>> ABOUT GAY SHORTS
Open Theatre Project’s GAY SHORTS: We Are Family is back for the second year in a row featuring an evening of short plays by, for, and with LGTBQ artists from all walks of life. These short plays will explore the in's and OUT'S of LGTBQ family life. Funny relevant and irreverent you won't want to miss this signature event of Open Theatre Project at Club Cafe in Boston MA.

>> The PLAYS

A Little Experimenting
By Rhea MacCallum
Directed by Liz Adams

Second Look
By Nick Malakhow
Directed by Preston Graveline

Dropping Off
By Patrick Gabridge and Sam Lasman
Directed by Liz Adams

Red and the Wolf
By Ingrid Oslund
Directed by Pascale Florestal

A.V.A.
By Ken Preuss
Directed by Josh Glenn-Kayden

Getting Unstuck
By Scott Mullen
Directed by Matthew Feldman-Campbell

Let it Lie
by George Smart
Directed by Dustin D. Bell

>> PRODUCTION TEAM
Directors: Preston Graveline, Pascale Florestal, Liz Adams, Josh Glenn-Kayden, Matthew Feldman-Campbell
Stage Manager: Aisha Stewart
ASM : Margaret Kosten
Front of House Manager: Coming Soon
Producers : George Smart & Sarah Jacobs
Production Manager: Dustin D. Bell

>> PERFORMANCE DATE/TIME
7:30PM – May 24, 25, 26, 31 & June 1, 2
2:00PM – Sunday - May 27

>> PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN-OTP is committed to inclusion and access at ALL of our productions. We will be featuring PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN performances on Thursdays and during our Sunday, May 27 Brunch Performance.

>> PARKING / ACCESSIBILITY Parking is limited near Club Cafe, but there is ample access to public transportation. Club Cafe is wheelchair accessible.