Grantee Spotlight: LAByrinth Theater brings "Homos, Or Everyone in America" to the New York stage

Oct. 5, 2016

Time Warner Foundation grantee, LAByrinth Theater Company is set to debut the world-premiere play, Homos, Or Everyone in America, on Thursday, October 20th.  The progressive new play’s production notes charge it as “a fearless, funny, heart-on-its-sleeve examination of the moments that can bring two people together – or pull them apart.”  Sporting an inclusive cast which features Tony Award nominee, Robin De Jesús (In The Heights) and Drama Desk Award winner, Ugly Betty’s Michael Urie – the talented party will take the stage to question its audience’s preconceptions about love.

The 95-minute piece, written by Jordan Seavey of The Public Theater’s 2009 Emerging Writer’s Group, will run Tuesdays through Sundays at Bank Street Theater in New York, NY.

Click here to learn more about LAByrinth Theater Company’s new works development and its upcoming production of Homos, Or Everyone in America.