Production History 2019-07-21T18:31:25+00:00

Our history in productions…

2018-2019 2009-2010
Altar Boyz   The Rocky Horror Show
Cabaret   The Kathy & Mo Show
My Big Gay Italian Christmas   Oh My Godmother!
Dada Woof Papa Hot   As Bees in Honey Drown
Girlfriend   Pageant: The Musical
Hit the Wall
2017-2018 The Laramie Project
Sordid Lives   Stop Kiss
Falsettos   First Couple
Harbor   Pulp
Victor/Victoria   The Little Dog Laughed
Die Mommie Die   Bent
I Am My Own Wife
Swingtime Canteen 2007-2008
Mothers and Sons   Regrets Only
My Big Gay Italian Mid-Life Crisis   Arrangement for Two Violas
The Nance   Don We Now More Gay Apparel
Hedwig & The Angry Inch   Last Summer at Bluefish Cove
    Some Men
Passion 2006-2007
Casa Valentina   Boston Marriage
The Boys in the Band   Don We Now Our Gay Apparel
The Children’s Hour   Looking for Normal
Psycho Beach Party   Take Me Out




My Big Gay Italian Funeral   Gertrude Stein and a Companion
Perfect Arrangement   Homo for the Holidays
Cock   Bed, Boys & Beyohnd
Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them   Southern Baptist Sissies
2013-2014 The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told
Naked Boys Singing   Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde
Boy Meets Boy   The Ballad of Little Mikey
Standing on Ceremony    
This is My Heart For You 2003-2004
Breakup Notebook   Bent
Devil Boys from Beyond  
Marry Me a Little 2002-2003
2012-2013 The Laramie Project
Kiss of the Spiderwoman    
Velma & Louise’s Holiday Balls 2001-2002
Dustin Lance Black’s ‘8’   Kiss of the Spiderwoman
Abraham Lincoln was a Faggot    
Thrill Me 2000-2001
5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche   Rocky Horror Show
2011-2012   1999-2000
A Man of No Importance   Jeffrey
The Rocky Horror Show    
Gays in Toyland 1998-1999
The Temperamentals   The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me
Bare: A Rock Opera    
My Big Gay Italian Wedding 1997-1998
When Pigs Fly 1996-1997
Measure for Pleasure   ‘night Mother
The Rocky Horror Show    
The GLBTQ Youth Project 1995-1996
The Dinner   Falsettos
The New Century    
Zanna Don’t!


..male actors in drag is the source of much of the humor, and is as effective as it is here largely due to the expert playing of those donning wigs and brassieres. The ensemble is without shame in their attack and willingness to look utterly ridiculous when necessary… Keith Waits, Arts-Louisville.com || Devil Boys From Beyond