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Judson and Julius’
Monday, February 3, 2020 at 8:00PM
Rattlestick Playwrights Theater
224 Waverly Place
Judson and Julius’ is a collaboratively written play which takes a deep dive into two of the Village’s most beloved spaces, Julius’ Bar--the oldest gay bar in the city, and Judson Church--a thriving church and cultural center. The piece soulfully explores queerness, intergenerational dynamics, and how these two thriving spaces continue to offer refuge and solace to those who need it most.
The piece was written and researched by students in Cusi Cram’s (Novenas for a Lost Hospital) “Writing for and About Community” class in the Department of Dramatic Writing at NYU by Anthony Anello, Kendra Donahue, Aodhan Gallagher, Caroline Mazzei, Alyssa See Tho, Dylan Vaughan Skorish, and Izzy Vidal. It will be directed by Kelly McAndrew.
Presented in partnership with Village Preservation, NYU, and Rattlestick Playwrights Theater.
This event is not accessible - there is a full flight of stairs up to the theater.
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