After an acclaimed Off-Broadway run, and a Tony-nominated Broadway engagement last season, Nauffts' play about love and faith arrives at the Rep for a run through Nov. 14 in the Grandel Theatre.
Seth Gordon directs the intimate comedy that stars Hanlon (Rent) as Luke and Kuhn (39 Steps, Spamalot) as Adam, the unlikely lovers at the center of the play. The cast also includes Susan Greenhill (Crimes of the Heart) as Arlene, Keith Jochim (Frost/Nixon) as Butch, Ben Nordstrom ([title of show]) as Brandon and Marnye Young (A Christmas Story) as Holly.
Designing Next Fall are Brian Sidney Bembridge (set design), Lou Bird (costume design), John Wylie (lighting design) and Rusty Wandall (sound designer).
Nauffts' comedic drama explores the relationship of two gay men living in New York City, one of whom is a devout Christian and the other, a confirmed non-believer. Friends and family descend when one of the men falls into a coma following a tragic accident. The play confronts issues of love, faith, identity and familial ties.
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