"Theater Talk" Keeps It Gay June 27

News   "Theater Talk" Keeps It Gay June 27 "Theater Talk," the PBS talk show that offers interviews with top theatre celebrities and writers, will celebrate Gay Pride Weekend with an interview with Jonathan Tolins, playwright of Off-Broadway's The Last Sunday in June.

Tolins, who also penned The Twilight of the Golds, will discuss his newest work, which is set in the apartment of two lovers during the annual New York City Gay Pride Parade. The Last Sunday in June currently plays the Century Center for the Performing Arts; it will end its run Off Broadway July 6. The theatre chat show will also include interviews with Paul Alexander and Angelica Torn, the playwright and actress, respectively, of Edge, the new one-woman show about the life of the late poet Sylvia Plath. Edge arrives at the DR2 Theatre July 8 for a limited 11-week engagement through Sept. 20.

Hosted by New York Post theatre columnist Michael Riedel and producer Susan Haskins, "Theatre Talk" airs late Friday nights at midnight on WNET/Thirteen. Check local listings for air times in Boston, Hartford and Washington, D.C. or visit www.theatertalk.org for more information.