Theatre / Copenhagen
Copenhagen’s HIT- House of International Theatre in collaboration with Copenhagen Pride present an evening of LGBTQ monologues, that represent different sides of the LGBTQ community and the problems faced today. Three monologues will be presented in English and one in Danish.
Where: Copenhagen Pride, H.C.Andersens Boulevard 27, 1533 Copenhagen.Inside the Pride Tents, centered around Rådhuspladsen:
When: August 18th, 18:30-20:00
The event is free of charge and open to the public.
Further info: www.houseofinternationaltheatre.dk
About the monologues:
Harry Clarke, by David Cale
Director Joseph Sherlock / Actor: Jody Fish
Harry Clarke isn't his real name and Harry Clarke doesn't speak with his real accent. But he couldn't live his real life without his fake name and he couldn't speak his truth without using lies. Harry Clarke is the story of a bisexual man from the midwest of the USA who travels to New York under a false identity and inserts himself into the lives of a rich family."
A Poster of the Cosmos, by Lanford Wilson
Director Jeremy M. Thomas /Actor Daniel Ash
A man has just said good bye to his lover in a New York hospital and now he is sitting in an interview room at the local police station, explaining to the cops what led him to this moment in his life. Written by Lanford Wilson, one of America’s most prolific gay playwrights.
Unnamed Baby Play, by TJ Young
Actress and Director: Jessica O’hara-Baker
A woman is having a baby with her wife, but she has more questions than answers in the wake of one of life’s most precious and altering moments.
"Streetlines" by Elias Sadaq, an exciting new Danish poet who explores the boundaries between homosexuality and religion. Performance by Claudio Morales. Director: Lars Werner Thomsen