Crossing Over: Jonathan Tolins Discusses Last Sunday in June March 24

News   Crossing Over: Jonathan Tolins Discusses Last Sunday in June March 24
When can a gay play cross over? That is the question that will be debated March 24 at Manhattan’s LGBT Community Center.

Jonathan Tolins, the author of this season’s The Last Sunday in June, and Ted Snowdon, producer of that hit comedy, will take part in the discussion, which will be moderated by theatre journalist Brian Scott Lipton. Presented by Out Professionals, the 90-minute roundtable is scheduled to begin at 8 PM. The Last Sunday in June recently ended a limited run at the Rattlestick Theatre but will reopen April 1 at the Century Center for an open-ended run. The comedy — set during the annual Gay Pride Parade — concerns a gay couple who are about to leave New York City for the suburbs. The cast features Arnie Burton, Donald Corren, Johnathan F. McClain, Susan Pourfar, Mark Setlock, Peter Smith, David Turner and Matthew Wilkas. Playwright Tolins has also written The Twilight of the Golds and served as writer and co-producer of the first season of HBO’s “Queer As Folk.”

The LGBT Community Center is located in Manhattan at 208 West 13th Street. Tickets are priced at $6 (members) or $9 (non-members) and are available by calling (212) 462-9255. Go to for more information.

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