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Facing East (The Play)

Posted on Feb 11, 2016 in Latest, New Releases, Plan-B Theatre Company Play, Plays

by Carol Lynn Pearson (for Professional, College/University, and Community Theatre productions) The story deals with a Mormon couple confronting the suicide of their gay son. The problems inherent in dealing with this emotional and idealogical divide are universal to all humans, let alone any particular religious group. The three characters—father (Alex), mother (Ruth) and gay partner of the deceased (Marcus) — meet for the first time at Andrew’s grave following the funeral. The audience “becomes” the congregation in a new funeral the father is giving for his son, this time a funeral that speaks the truth. There are “memory moments” in which each parent relives important times in the past, during which the other parent speaks the son’s lines from the darkness. The only time we “see” the deceased son is toward the end when his partner “becomes” him...

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Adam & Steve and the Empty Sea

Posted on May 21, 2014 in Plan-B Theatre Company Play, Plays

A play by Matthew Greene This is a play for any theatre and any season Adam is Mormon. Steve is gay.  These childhood friends grapple with religion, sexuality, politics, relationships and the certain fact that both of them, on the cusp of adulthood, do not know where their uncertain future/friendship will lead them. Following it’s 2013 sold out run in Salt Lake City at Plan-B Theatre Company it played successfully to the audiences of the 2013 FringeNYC. The play does contain adult language and situations but it is highly recommended for any audience member age 14 and up. A bold and wonderful play that illuminates the anxieties of seeing yourself suddenly in the adult world, and what you may or may not be able to take with you once you enter. PLAY DETAILS Order#3101 Cast: 2M (or older Teen...

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Borderlands — A Play

Posted on Jan 23, 2014 in Coming Soon, Plan-B Theatre Company Play

by Eric Samuelsen (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups) What’s it like to pretend to be perfect? What’s it like to be a Mormon but question your faith? What’s it like to be gay and LDS? What’s it like to live in the “Borderlands”? A powerful exploration of the difference between outward orthodoxy and true faith. This is not an easy play. It asks hard questions by presenting tough material in edgy situations. It deals with hypocrisy and self-righteousness but deftly avoids smugness or easy answers. Set in a used car lot in Provo, Utah this play is written with Latter-day Saint characters, but its philosophies and questions, its heart, are part of any Faith. PLAY DETAILS: 2M 2W About 2 hours ORDER #2031 PERUSAL MATERIALS The PERUSAL PAGES file is in PDF format and contains...

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