Raj and Shree are celebrating their 10th anniversary on the eve of Pride. They decide to mark their decade together by inviting CumBoi_92 to join them. As the celebration begins, so does the drama...
Matthew Todd's searing comedy about gay relationships takes an acute look at the modern open relationship with compassionate humor and brutal honesty. The script is filled with one-line zingers that are sure to tickle anyone who has considered, heard of, or stayed away from open relationships. This play is sue to resonate with anyone who has been in love, straight, gay, bi, or otherwise.
The play is directed by Rooben Morgan, who plays Raj as well. Having successfully directed Mahesh Dattani's 30 Days In September twice (West Coast Premiere in 2010, and SF Fringe Fest in 2011), he tackles this play with much excitement as it portrays South Asian queer men.
Rooben is also the founding Artistic Director of IndiStage. As a writer, actor and director, Rooben strives to explore and stage alternate narratives of the queer and diaspora experience. He past roles include Shanker in Ram Ganesh Gamatham's Dancing On Glass (RasaNova Theatre) at the the 3rd Annual Asian American Theatre Conference, Ravan in Janaki (Siren Theatre's preview), and Man in Mahesh Dattani's 30 Days In September.
Edgar-Arturo Camacho-González is a Queer Xicano actor, activist, and poet, originarío de Jalisco, México. Edgar is the lead protagonist of Sin Visa, an independent film scheduled to release in the fall of 2012. His poetry appears in the forthcoming anthologies, Joto: An Anthology of Queer Xicano & Chicano Poetry, and QueerAztlán: A Recollection of Male Queer Consciousness and Coming Out. He was the recipient of the 2009 Mr. Gay Latino title in the San Francisco Bay Area, and is currently working on a full-length collection of poetry.
Kayton Bhatia is an actor & writer. Prior roles include Abu in Aisha Media's production of the movie Under one Sun, and 'Josh' in Poet Beware's Indie movie Pandemonium. He has also done over 250 theater shows as a child artiste. He is currently working on his first novel and is excited about his return to theater.
EXIT Theater (View)
156 Eddy Street
San Francisco , CA 94102
|Minimum Age: 16|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|