LGBT Community Center & Village Playwrights Present DON'T DIE LAUGHING 10/16, 10/17

By: Sep. 23, 2009
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The LGBT Community Center and Village Playwrights present DON'T DIE LAUGHING, three one-acts at the LGBT Community Center.

Laugher is the best medicine. Cure what ails you with an evening of comedies written by the Village Playwrights, New York's LGBT playwrights collective.

The plays include:

Based on a recent police sting and arrest of gay men in 8th Avenue adult video stores, George Bistransin's farce "ENTRAPMENT" turns the tables on a rogue cop who entraps patrons of a gay video store.

A gay man overcomes his obsessive jealousy when his high school rival reveals his secret longings in Bill Petersen's charming romantic comedy "THAT SIXTH DEADLY."

In a sleazy gay bar at the end of the night, three guys have traffic problems sorting out who's picking up whom in George Bistransin's comedy "LAST CALL."

Presented at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transsexual Community Center, 208 W. 13th Street, NYC at 8 PM on Friday, Fri, Oct.16 and Sat, Oct 17. Tickets are $15. Students and seniors are $10. For reservations or information call 718-381-1487 or e-mail

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