Potts' Loaded, with Caiola and Morin, Begins LGBT Center Run Jan. 21

News   Potts' Loaded, with Caiola and Morin, Begins LGBT Center Run Jan. 21 Broadway at The Center and LGBT Theatre Company present a limited run of Elliot Ramon Potts' Loaded, which begins performances Jan. 21 at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center.

Directed by Hector Lugo, performances at the downtown venue are currently scheduled for Jan. 21-23 at 7 PM and Jan. 24 at 2 and 7 PM. Proceeds benefit the LGBT Center and the LGBT Theatre Company.

Paul Caiola and Ted Morin co-star.

Loaded, according to press notes, "dares to ask the question, 'What happens when f**k buddies start talking?' Running 90 minutes, [the play] breathtakingly unfolds in real time as the characters — a jaded, 47-year-old man who is used to having the upper hand in intimate encounters and a hopeful, quick-witted 24-year-old — reveal themselves in a sexually charged tête-à-tête. They thrash out the perceived consequences of a libertine past, the risk of a conformist present and the dithering future of the Gay Community."

The LGBT Center is located in Manhattan at 208 West 13th Street. For tickets, priced $20-$35, call (212) 620-7310 or visit www.gaycenter.org.

* LGBT Theatre Company is "the independent resident theater company at the LGBT Community Service Center; a not-for-profit all-inclusive, organization that is dedicated to producing Theatrical work by writers, composers, designers and performance artist whose work promotes the advancement, education, acceptance and understanding of alternative lifestyles in society."