Baby Dyke Whisperer: Betty is on her first date with a woman and trying her best to figure out her sexuality. Fortunately for her, she's on a date with Erin, The Baby Dyke Whisperer. This play explores LGBT culture, figuring out one's sexuality, and the complicated relationship queer women have with the word 'dyke.'
Catching Lemons: Matthew has been in the closet for as long as he can remember, but when his grandmother's dementia takes a turn for the worse, he realizes how little time he has left to tell her what he has never told anyone before.
The Man In A Lavender Suit: This is a short play about four lesbian women at a sÃ©ance. As they get to know one another, they inadvertently belittle one of the women who explains that she is actually bisexual.
Like Summer On The Beach: To her women's group, a young woman recalls being attracted to another woman while hanging out with her disagreeable boyfriend in a bar.
Neshama: In this profoundly simple and beautifully illustrated children's story, a precious soul, Neshama, is delivered against her will into the world. She discovers the purpose of her mission as she leaves heaven, gives life to a little boy and goes with him on a spiritual journey. Witness the story unfold through the easily recognizable images of the first ten letters of the Alef-Beit, the Hebrew alphabet.
Parent/Child: Now casting for a coming out play festival.
Second Look: Two men, each with walls of their own, strike up a conversation in front of a gay bar. Jason, who is completely blind, is anxious that his disability will make him an unappealing partner, while Robbie is too self-deprecating and self-conscious to exist in what he perceives to be an image-driven bar scene. Jason and Robbie connect over feeling subjected to preconceived notions in their daily lives, and find comfort in one anotherâ€™s abilities to push past first impressions. This is the first 10 minutes of a full length play, SEEING EYE.
That Perfect Kiss: Now casting for a coming out play festival.
The Home for Retired Canadian Girlfriends: What happens when the people we create to hide our true selves get to live lives of their own? Tiffany is about to find out but sheâ€™s gotta get through a very enthusiastic Orientation Coordinator first.
Please prepare a one- to two-minute contemporary monologue. Directors may request a cold read as well. Please also indicate your vocal type if auditioning for THAT PERFECT KISS. Music will be sent prior to auditions.
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