Plays About LGBTQ History Are Plentiful in the Triangle. We Need Them All. But Isn’t It Time to Look Ahead? | Theater | Indy Week

Plays About LGBTQ History Are Plentiful in the Triangle. We Need Them All. But Isn’t It Time to Look Ahead? 

We know we can get things good, fast, or cheap, but seldom all three at once. Likewise, when it comes to plays with queer themes in the Triangle, it seems we can get them new, relevant, or well-attended. If you want something…

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