The Twentieth-Century Way, a play by Tom Jacobson
1714 Delancey Street
Set in L.A. in 1914, two actors are hired by police to entrap homosexuals in public restrooms for social vagrancy. Don't miss this award-winning thriller with a twist described by Stage and Cinema as "one of the most intelligent and sobering plays in the short history of gay theater." Directed by Karen Case Cook and starring Philadelphia actors Peter Andrew Danzig and Thomas Raniszewski.
***Contains Sexual Situations and Nudity. Audience discretion is advised.***
The Twentieth-Century Way runs Thursday, May 3rd through Saturday, May 5th.
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