By Danielle Dresden
Directed by Steve Falcone
A gay nightclub burns under mysterious circumstances; a university researcher digs into the private lives of public figures, as a not-quite out politician follows the trail that ties these tales together, he is forced to confront himself and his past.
Produced by TAPIT/new works at the TAPIT Studio Theater, 1957 Winnebago Street
Performances: Fridays and Saturdays, April 20 - May 5 at 8:00 pm
Ticket Prices $10 (adults)
Call (608) 244-2938 for reservations or more information.
Excerpted performances and public discussions about homophobia, history and ethics, will be held at five Dane County area faith-based organizations. Discussion will be conducted by Professor Joseph Elder, sociologist at the UW-Madison. Contact TAPIT, (608) 244-2938 for information.