The Twentieth-Century Way has been invited to participate in the NY International Fringe Festival ENCORE SERIES!
FringeNYC 2010 Award Winner: Overall Excellence in Production of a Play
Based on a little-known incident in Southern California history, this theatrical thrill ride explores the collision of reality and fantasy as two actors juggle various roles to entrap homosexuals for “social vagrancy” in public restrooms in 1914 Long Beach, California.
Players Theatre, 115 MacDougal St.
9/16 @ 9:30
9/17 @ 7:00
9/18 @ 5:00
9/19 @ 8:00
Go to FringeNYC.org for more information and ticketing.
FIVE STARS! "Tom Jacobson has fashioned a hall of mirrors that showcases the mesmerizing, challenging and erotically charged performances of Will Bradley and Robert Mammana." -TimeOutNY
“Mr. Jacobson’s remarkable wit, and Mr. Bradley and Mr. Mammana’s adroit balancing act, keep this history lesson engaging." - NY Times
"Scintillatingly performed." -Variety
CRITIC'S PICK! "Director Michael Michetti and first-rate actors Will Bradley and Robert Mammana take us on an illuminating theatrical adventure not likely to be forgotten." -Backstage
“It is one of the most intelligent and sobering plays in the short history of gay theater.” –Stage and Cinema
Click here to read an interview with playwright Tom Jacobson.
Click here to see a video preview of The Twentieth-Century Way.