Director Kristy Angevine-Funderburk discussed the production Wednesday on News 8 at Noon.
"Coming Out at the Caffe Cino" incorporates three plays set in the 1960s - "Daddy Violet" by George Birimisa in 1967, "Sex is Between Two People" in 1965 and "The Madness of Lady Bright" in 1964 both by Lanford Wilson. Angevine-Funderburk said they are all set in the years leading up to the Gay Community uprising at the Stonewall Inn in 1969. She said Caffe Cino was the birthplace of the "Off-off Broadway Theatre Community" and the modern gay theatre movement. "Coming Out at the Caffe Cino" celebrates the 50th anniversary of the gay theatre and Caffe Cino.
Performances will be held at the Black Sheep Theatre, 274 N. Goodman St. in Rochester, the Village Gate Square D313. Showtimes are as follows:
Friday, July 18, 8pm
Saturday, July 19, 8pm
Sunday, July 20, 2pm
Thursday, July 24, 8pm
Friday, July 25, 8pm
Saturday, July 26, 8pm
Tickets are $16 in advance, $20 at the door. For more information or to order tickets call (585) 861-4816 or, click here.