Gays of our Lives

Gays of our Lives - Seth Marcus Theatre 120 Chris Morrison...

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Seth Marcus Theatre 120 Chris Morrison The Gays of Our Lives Going into Gays of our Lives I wasn’t sure what to expect . I had never been to an all gay theatre before and I hope this doesn’t sound bad, but I was nervous . I wasn’t sure if it would be normal theatre, just the same as anything else I’ve ever been to, only run by an all gay theatre company . The other possibility is a blatantly gay theatrical performance, where every aspect of the performance focuses on the fact that everyone is gay . I was worried that it if it blatantly gay that I might feel awkward; in the advertisement for the show one of the key words is “sex .” I have nothing against gays, but gay sex could make me feel uncomfortable . I am not really expecting them to cover too many serious topics, and if they do it would probably be done in a comical fashion . I’m a little more excited about this show then some others because it is labeled as a comedy, which I am more drawn towards . I will know how well my expectations are
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2008 for the course THEATRE 120 taught by Professor Kristinhunt during the Spring '08 term at Wisconsin.

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