Standing On Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays

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This April, the Supreme Court will begin hearing arguments on whether same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry. What better time for you to join us for Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays? But don’t expect politics, pundits, and opinion pieces; instead, expect emotion, heart, and humor.

Philadelphia’s Quince Productions is reviving its 2014 sell-out hit, with a night of “microplays” written by eight of Broadway’s most brilliant playwrights. Alternating between hilarious, touching, and shocking, Standing on Ceremony offers a succession of unique takes on what happens when we say “I do”.

Best yet, ticket sales benefit I'm From Driftwood and Quince Productions/GayFest!, Philadelphia’s only annual LGBT theater festival!

Sunday, April 19th at 7pm
Walnut Street Theatre, Studio 5.
Tickets $25

About Standing On Ceremony
Conceived by Brian Shnipper and written by Paul Rudnick, Neil LaBute, Moisés Kaufman, José Rivera, Mo Gaffney, Jordan Harrison, Doug Wright, and Wendy MacLeod.

About I'm From Driftwood
I’m From Driftwood is an archive of first-person stories that aims to help LGBTQ people learn more about their community and themselves through the power of storytelling. The stories shared by I'm From Driftwood send a simple yet powerful message to LGBTQ people everywhere: You Are Not Alone.

About Quince Productions & Gayfest
Founded in 2008, Quince Productions aims to break down barriers of prejudice and isolation through presentation of theater works that challenge stereotypes, provoke thought, and encourage understanding. Produced by Quince Productions, GayFest is Philadelphia’s only annual LGBT theater festival.

Both I'm From Driftwood & Quince Productions are 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations.
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