Part of the PlayLabs new play festival.
by Playwrights' Center Core Writer Ken Urban
Married for a decade, Kevin and Theo are the ideal couple in the eyes of their families. But at dinner this Sunday, Kevin and Theo have big news. A comedy about the tragedy of loving.
Monday, October 17 at 7 p.m.
Saturday, October 22 at 7 p.m.
Director: Jeremy B. Cohen
Stage manager: Kristian Piña
Cast: Damian Baldet*, Maulik Pancholy* (of TV's 30 Rock and Weeds), Sue Scott*, Robert Rosen, Mo Perry*, Riley O'Toole
*Member of Actors' Equity Association
FROM KEN: “In June 2015, as the United States had finally legalized gay marriage nationally, I filed for divorce from the man who had been my partner for 18 years. The end of our marriage felt truly tragic, not because it was the wrong choice, but because it was the right one, despite the fact that we genuinely still cared for each other. For Hegel, a ‘genuine’ tragedy is not a conflict between right and wrong, but instead a conflict between two rights. This play is my exploration of the tragedy of gay divorce.” Read the full interview with Ken »
Thank you to The Remains' New Play Amplifiers Char Hovi, Ann & Scott McCague, Mary & Tom Racciatti, and John Sullivan.