Nathan Lee Graham, Roberta Colindrez, André Ward, More Set for Pride Plays 2024 Celebration | Playbill

Off-Broadway News Nathan Lee Graham, Roberta Colindrez, André Ward, More Set for Pride Plays 2024 Celebration

Held June 24 at Rattlestick Theatre, the event will feature readings of three new plays centered around LGBTQIA+ stories.

Nathan Lee Graham, Roberta Colindrez, and André Ward

Pride Plays, the initiative dedicated to celebrating and platforming LGBTQIA+ themed works, has revealed casting and creative teams for its Pride Plays 2024 Celebration kickoff event. The celebration will be held June 24 at Rattlestick Theatre, and feature readings of three new plays. 

Pure Glitter, by Douglas Lyons and directed by Stephen Brackett, will feature Nathan Lee Graham (Titaníque), Christopher J. Hanke (Buyer & Cellar), Max Jenkins (Which Way To The Stage), David Merten (An Enemy of the People), Eric Ulloa (On Your Feet),  and André Ward (Moulin Rouge)

The play drops in on Stan throwing his partner Tony a surprise party for their 10th wedding anniversary, a celebratory evening that ultimately sees a tight-knit group of gays putting their true cards on the table. Stage management is by Sergio Manriquez, with stage directions will be read by Ro McQuaid.

Debt, by Adrian Einspanier & reid tang and directed by Mei Ann Teo, will feature Becca Blackwell (Is This A Room), Sagan Chen (High Maintenance) and Roberta Colindrez (A League of Their Own).

The first part of a two-part play, Debt follows a couple in the midst of uncoupling, and attempting to get even by accounting for everything that’s ever happened between them in a shared spreadsheet.

Saint Brigid, written by Hannah Benitez and directed by Ibi Owolabi, will feature Alice Marcondes (The Invention of Tragedy), Doireann Mac Mahon (Corruption), Carmen Zilles (Small Mouth Sounds), Naomi Lorrain (Jordans) and Kelly Pekar (The Threepenny Opera). 

A sequel to the play Dike, Saint Brigid follows a young religious teacher who must reconcile with her own morality when a scandal breaks at her Catholic school. Stage management is by Denise Savas, with stage directions read by Tiffany McLarty.

Casting for Pride Plays is by Calleri Jensen Davis, with Jess DeLucia as assistant producer.

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