PHOTOS: LGBT Highlights of FringeNYC 2014
BY Advocate Contributors
August 08 2014 5:00 AM ET
The Mormon Bird Play
Six men portray little girls who become birds that manifest themselves as Mormon temple workers, missionaries, and pioneer women in Roger Benington's surreal comedy.
Moses, The Author
Moses must cope with career headaches, God problems, and family issues, including a gay son, in Andrew R. Heinze's comedic love story with scrolls.
An acid-tongued New York drag queen named Helen Back riles up his family when he returns home to New Jersey in Colin Drucker's dramedy.
Friends and family believe that inseparable roomies Luke and Ash are a couple, even though the dudes aren't gay. Or are they? Brandon Baruch's bromantic comedy puts them to the ultimate test.
The Picture (of Dorian Gray)
Neal Utterback's contemporary adaptation and unconventional staging of Oscar Wilde's text explores how far a boy will go to satisfy his darkest desires.
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