Author: David Zak

JEFF RECOMMENDED “PERFECT ARRANGEMENT”

Satiric comedy takes aim at homophobia in McCarthy-era Washington, D.C. In Topher Payne’s comedy PERFECT ARRANGEMENT, it’s 1950, and new colors are being added to…

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Join the Wilson Society

    “I love this organization and the work they do. Art that is celebratory, healing and inclusive. Pride Films and Plays, I’m honored to…

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The Nance Extends to Aug 13.

Pride Films & Plays season opener, The Nance by Douglas Carter Beane opened July 6th in The Broadway at Pride Arts Center. Not only is The Nance Jeff Recommended,…

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PAC presents BEDS; a double bill of JERKER and 2 Boys….

The double-bill BEDS, directed by David Zak, will begin performances June 4th , includes Jerker, a two-character play by Robert Chesley, that premiered in 1986…

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PAC Presents Musical Comedy Whore

David Pevsner, an out gay actor and Skokie native who has appeared in New York productions of When Pigs Fly and Party, contributed songs to…

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PRIDE CAMP – PFP’s New Education Program!

Summer programs include Theater for Young Audiences, Rainbow Shakespeare for High School Students, Puppetry from Tristan Tom, and more! Pride Arts Center is creating all-inclusive…

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Jumpers for Goalposts

A staged reading of Jumpers for Goalposts, a recent British play by Tom Wells about an LGBT soccer team, will be given on Tuesday, June…

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PAC Presents Unity in Dance

PAC’s month of Pride activities will conclude on Sunday, June 18 with Unity in Dance – a program of same-sex dances choreographed and performed by…

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Chris Pazdernik and Nick Sula

PAC Presents Broadway In The Broadway

Chris Pazdernik wraps up his remarkable His & His Cabaret Series with Broadway in the Broadway, a retrospective of great gay music from the Great…

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PAC presents Queer Bits Film Festival

Pride Films and Plays announces that several short films will receive receiving their Chicago premieres during Queer Bits Film Festival. Dozens of entries were received…

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