John Freed

JOHN FREED (book/music/lyrics) is a pioneer. During a 32-year career as an editor at the New York Times, he worked for LGBT inclusion, led digital projects and was its first blogger. He and his partner became fathers in 1990, at a time when it was virtually unheard of for gay men to do so. Soon thereafter he began writing songs. “Sex, Anyone?” is his first musical.

Greenwood 1964

This brilliantly crafted fictional debate between Mr. Poitier and Mr. Belafonte eloquently explores the individual approaches on how to achieve liberation for people of color.

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It's Saturday night, and Erik and Connor are looking to get laid. When they try their luck on a hook-up app, the night takes a turn they never expected and their true desires are revealed.