Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Theater Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Theater | Pride Month: The New York City Theater to See Advertisement Supported by “A Strange Loop,” “Stonewall” and, of course, “The Cher Show” are among the offerings onstage now. ByDarryn King June 20, 2019 Come Pride Month, few are prouder, or louder, than the people of New York’s theater community. This year, with the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, stories of struggle and salvation are on offer, alongside frothier fare celebrating and representing the ‘A Strange Loop’ A tireless Larry Owens plays a theater usher named Usher in Michael R. Jackson’s dizzying Through July 28 at Playwrights Horizons, 416 West 42nd Street, Manhattan; playwrightshorizons.org. Read Ben Brantley’s review Review: ‘A Strange Loop’ Is a Self-Portrait in a Hall of Mirrors June 17, 2019 ‘The Rolling Stone’ Family ties, in particular the bond between two brothers — one an Anglican pastor, the other a closeted gay man — are tested by conflicting loyalties in this work by the English playwright Chris Urch. The play, in previews now and opening July 15, was inspired by a 2010 incident in which a newspaper in… Read full this story
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