Labyrinth Theater Company will present the world premiere of Homos, Or Everyone in America by Jordan Seavey this fall. The new play, about learning to live and love in New York City, will star two-time Tony nominee Robin De Jesús (In The Heights) and Drama Desk Award winner Michael Urie (Buyer and Cellar, Ugly Betty).
Billed as a “a bitingly tender new play,” performances are set to run October 20–November 27 at the Bank Street Theater, located at 155 Bank Street, Manhattan. The production is directed by Mike Donahue, with a cast that also features Aaron Costa Ganis and Stacey Sargeant.
“Love is love—but is navigating it any less complicated today?” ask production notes. “What does it mean to be in a committed relationship? Is monogamy just monotony? Told through interweaving glimpses into the life of an everyday couple unexpectedly confronted by a vicious crime, Homos, Or Everyone In America is a fearless, funny, heart-on-its-sleeve examination of the moments that can bring two people together – or pull them apart.”
The creative team includes Dane Laffrey (sets), Scott Zielinski (lights), Daniel Kluger (sound), Jessica Pabst (costumes) and Hannah Woodward (production stage manager).
Tickets are $30–$40 and can be purchased by visiting labtheater.org or by calling (212) 513-1080.