Unnatural Acts, a Slice of Gay American History, Extends Off-Broadway

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Classic Stage Company's acclaimed production of Unnatural Act, the play about a Harvard tribunal aimed at rooting out gay students in the Jazz Age, has been extended one week to July 17.

Jess Burkle and Roe Hartrampf
Jess Burkle and Roe Hartrampf Photo by Joan Marcus

The new play created by members of the Plastic Theatre is conceived and directed by Tony Speciale. It appears at CSC's home at 136 E. 13th Street in Manhattan.

The cast features Jess Burkle, Joe Curnutte, Frank De Julio, Roe Hartrampf, Roderick Hill, Max Jenkins, Brad Koed, Jerry Marsini, Devin Norik, Will Rogers and Nick Westrate.

According to CSC, "Unnatural Acts is inspired by events that occurred at Harvard University in the spring of 1920, when a student's suicide sparked a campus-wide investigation by a panel of administrators who convened to investigate, expose and ultimately expel a group of homosexual students. Both intimate and epic, Unnatural Acts explores themes of fear and societal intolerance that are as relevant today as they were 91 years ago."

Read Playbill magazine's recent feature about the production

Unnatural Acts performs Tuesdays through Fridays at 8 PM; Saturdays at 2 PM and 8 PM and Sundays at 2 PM. Tickets are $60 for weekday performances and $65 for weekends.

For tickets and information, visit www.classicstage.org or call (866) 811-4111, or (212) 352-3101, or visit the CSC box office at 136 East 13th Street, Monday through Friday noon to 6 PM.

The cast of <i>Unnatural Acts</i>
The cast of Unnatural Acts Photo by Joan Marcus
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