Plays

Boys Of A Certain Age featuring Joseph J

BOYS OF A CERTAIN AGE

"a heartfelt play about identity and how we each see the world through different eyes"
-Suzanna Bowling, Times Square Chronicles
4m

Ira and Larry were Hebrew school classmates who took different paths in life. Ira came out and moved to the city; Larry got married, had a family and came out later in life. Now they’re spending one memorable weekend together with Larry’s son Bryan, Ira’s nephew Christopher and a whole lot of gay history.
Productions:
Empire Stage, Florida (2019)
Theatrelab, New York (2017)
Fresh Fruit Festival, New York (2016)

Marc Sinoway, Lindsey Lake, David Williams, Jessie Reid, Dan Fingerman, Adam Minus Josh, Dennis Corsi

ADAM MINUS JOSH

"the breakup comedy you'll fall in love with"
-Boy Culture

 

3m, 1f
Adam and Josh have been together for eight years… only now they’re not and everyone has an opinion. This new comedy examines the chaos of gay dating culture, skewers our need for social media, and gives voice to Adam who must now navigate an entirely new dating world while trying to figure out who he is and what’s next. Aided by an oddball neighbor, a promiscuous friend, and his suburban sister Rachel, it’s quite literally Adam Minus Josh.​
Productions:
TheatreLab, New York (2018)

STRANDED ON MOTOR PARKWAY

"4 OUT OF 4 STARS... engaging characters and fills their mouths with snappy, entertaining dialogue."
-Scott Wooledge, Time Out New York

 

1986: After their mother's death from AIDS Johnny and Angie find themselves living with their estranged father. They hate living on Long Island, they miss their mom, they miss Queens, but if the Mets win the World Series...maybe things will be OK.
Productions:
Fringe Festival, New York (2013)
Jacob Perkins, Lee Garrett | The Austerity of Hope | Photo: Ben Strothmann

THE AUSTERITY OF HOPE

"an outstanding example of what's best about indie theater."
-Martin Denton, NYTheatre.com
The Austerity of Hope exposes the interpersonal dynamics of a group of gay friends in Astoria, Queens and the issues they and young adults across the country confronted during the 2008 election of Barack Obama – relationships, careers, finances and sex.
Productions:
Abington Theatre Company, New York (2012)
Fresh Fruit Festival, New York (2011)

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David Williams, Jesse Reid, Marc Sinoway, Lindsey Lake | Adam Minus Josh |  Photo: Hunter Canning