Strange Bedfellows premieres in New York
BY Advocate.com Editors
April 26 2001 12:00 AM ET
Clint Jeffriess play Strange Bedfellows will be making its debut at the Wings Theatre in New Yorks Greenwich Village. The play is set in a trailer park in Oklahoma and concerns young Danny, who is finding that his bisexuality is tending toward the firmly gay. Problems develop when an old friend of his mothers comes to town and goes from being Dannys father figure to much more. The soap quotient rises when it turns out that Dannys best friend and former lover, Karen, is having his child. The playwright explains his characters as being people who are searching for something beyond themselves. And no matter what our financial situation or social status, I believe that there is an element of that searching within all of us. The Wings Theatre is located at 164 Christopher Street in Greenwich Village. Previews begin April 26 and the show will run May 3 through May 26. For further information contact the box office at (212) 627-2961.
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