Benefit Reading of Some Men, With Maxwell Caulfield, Davis Gaines, Robert Gant, Presented June 4

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04 Jun 2011

Maxwell Caulfied
Maxwell Caulfied

A one-night-only benefit staged reading of Terrence McNally's play Some Men, which chronicles the history of the gay movement over the past 80 years, will be presented June 4 at Space 916 in West Hollywood.

The 7 PM reading boasts the talents of Maxwell Caulfield, Davis Gaines and Robert Gant with James Brandon, Steve Callahan, Brionne Davis, Paul Denniston, Cody Henderson, Matthew Montgomery, David Pevsner, Scott Presley, Michael Sheppard, Joshua Wolfe Coleman and special guest Juliet Mills.

Proceeds benefit the "I AM Love" Campaign and the completion funds for the upcoming documentary "Corpus Christi: Playing with Redemption."

Space 916 is located at 916 N. Formosa Ave. Tickets, priced $25-$50, can be reserved or purchased online at www.corpuschristi-themovie.com.

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As an extension of the play and film, the "I AM Love" Campaign was formed to help combat bullying and homophobia in a peaceful and loving way.  

"Corpus Christi: Playing with Redemption" follows the 108 Productions company, who revived Terrence McNally's play Corpus Christi five years ago in a small church in North Hollywood to critical acclaim.  "They went on to tour around the world with his unequivocal support as they began to realize the equal rights movement they were being thrust within," according to press notes. "The documentary follows them on tour, along with equal voices of protesters and supporters, to places where bigotry and homophobia are more prevalent.  Through the lens of the play we follow the journey on a larger societal exploration of civil rights, gay marriage, gun control and separation of church and state- a journey that became a life-changing experience for cast and audience alike." For more information visit  www.corpuschristi-themovie.com.