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  • West Coast Premiere
    Homos, or Everyone in America
    By Jordan Seavey
    Directed by Matt M. Morrow

    Production Sponsors:
    Allison Rossett & Sue Reynolds
    Bill McClain & Bob Leyh

    September 14-October 15, 2017 // Opening September 23

    As the pendulum of progress continues to swing, a Brooklyn couple attempts to navigate the complexities of contemporary gay life together. Hopscotching back and forth over the timeline of their relationship, a sensual, hilarious and compelling story of their bond emerges. This brave, cutting-edge new play confronts the lingering dangers and interconnected values of our nation, and the way to our future may be found through our past.

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  • Matt M. Morrow, Executive Artistic Director

    Matt M. Morrow, Executive Artistic Director

    This astonishing new play knocked me over when I first read it. It is incredibly intimate, provocative and intelligent. It doesn’t wear its rebellious political soul on its sleeve, but delivers a subtle dose of where the gay community is socially and politically right at this moment. There is an undercurrent of palpable danger in this personal story of yearning, growing up, breaking apart and reconciliation. Jordan Seavey is one of the Nation’s most exciting and original emerging playwrights, and I couldn’t be more thrilled Diversionary is not only presenting the West Coast Premiere but also the second production of this incredibly timely new play.

  • Jordan Seavey’s plays include Homos, or Everyone in America (New York Times Critic’s Pick; named one of New York Magazine’s 10 Best Theater Events of 2016; The Advocate’s Top 10 New York Theater of 2016; OBIE Award for performance, Michael Urie), November 4th 2008WightThe Funny PainThe Truth Will OutChildren at Play6969 and This is a Newspaper. Since 2003 he’s co-created more than fifteen new plays with theater company CollaborationTown. These include Candy (a commission from LCT3 / Lincoln Center), the all-ages puppet musical Riddle of the Trilobites (as residents of New Victory Theater’s LabWorks), Family Play (1979 to Present) (named one of The Advocate’s 10 Best LGBT Plays of 2014), and The Momentum (2012 GLAAD National Media Award nomination). He is a Usual Suspect at New York Theatre Workshop, and an alum of The Public Theater’s Emerging Writer’s Group and the Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab in New York City, where he resides and awaits a new President of the United States of America.

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  • A daringly frank, funny and affecting new play.  Mr. Seavey’s portrait of young gay New Yorkers negotiating the sometimes thorny nature of love and intimacy has an arresting, even bruising honesty.”
    –The New York Times’ Critic’s Pick

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