Despite the fact that the play is enjoying an Off-Broadway run at the Century Center, Caldwell snagged the rights and presents the Florida (and regional) premiere. The play freely references gay genre plays and dissects the "types" and conflicts that appear in such works. The play by the author of Twilight of the Golds "begins during Gay Pride Day with a couple's choice to stay home to watch the parade from their apartment window. Their quiet afternoon is turned upside down, however, by a constant procession of friends and neighbors, including a shirtless muscle man, an aging opera queen, a caustic, sexually-charged journalist, an insightful sassy young woman, and a troubled novelist," according to Caldwell production notes. "Liberation, self-awareness, friendship and love make The Last Sunday in June both timely and important."
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