PHOTOS: Gay Lovers Sing Songs From an Unmade Bed

A Chicago premiere explores the romantic and sexual experiences of gay men in the big city.

BY Brandon Voss

April 03 2014 5:19 AM ET

Jordan Phelps and Kevin Webb in Songs From an Unmade Bed 

Billed as "a love letter to gay men living in the city," the 2005 musical revue Songs From an Unmade Bed is finally making its Chicago premiere.

Lyricist Mark Campbell and 18 different composers originally conceived Songs From an Unmade Bed as a one-man show exploring romantic and sexual gay experiences, but the LGBT nonprofit Pride Films & Plays has reshaped the revue into a conversation between two on-again, off-again lovers played by Kevin Webb and Jordan Phelps.

Directed by Derek Van Barham, Songs From an Unmade Bed opened Saturday and runs through April 27 at Chicago's Apollo Theater Studio.

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Kevin Webb and Jordan Phelps

Kevin Webb and Jordan Phelps

See more production photos, courtesy of Pride Films & Plays, on the next page.

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