Is there such thing as gay heritage? Three of Canada's most gifted performers set out to find the answer by going beyond Google to discover forgotten heroes and stories (and a few well-known names), compiling everything into one extraordinary history lesson that shines new light on contemporary gay culture. A hilarious, thought-provoking meta tale that connects queer communities everywhere.
|Publisher:||Theatre Communications Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.38(w) x 8.38(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Toronto-based Damien Atkins has acted on most of the major stages across the country. His plays include Real Live Girl, miss chatelaine, Lucy, Good Mother, The Mill Part Four: Ash, and We Are Not Alone. He has received ten Dora Mavor Moore Award nominations for acting and writing, winning four.
Paul Dunn is a playwright based in Stratford, Ontario. His plays include BOYS, High-Gravel-Blind, Offensive Shadows, Dalton and Company, Outside , and Memorial , which received an honourable mention from the Herman Voaden National Playwriting Competition. He is also an actor and has worked in theatres across the country.
Andrew Kushnir is a Toronto-based actor, playwright, and director. He is the creative director at
Project: Humanity and the associate art director at Crow’s Theatre. His play The Middle Place was published in Ignite: Illuminating Theatre Creation for Young People.