Island City Stage, an LGBT-centric regional theater company based in Wilton Manors, celebrated its 10th anniversary last season, despite the challenges of the pandemic.
Looking ahead to the company’s next decade, Artistic Director Andy Rogow planned an equally challenging – and entertaining – season:
The season includes “I Wanna F*#%ing Tear You Apart,” March 2 – April 2, “an ode to the complications of friendship in its many fucked-up forms,” and a National New Play Network world premiere of “Tracy Jones,” May 18 – June 18, a comedy about a young lesbian attempting to connect with others.
The season concludes with “Springfield Pride,” Aug. 3 – Sept. 3, a new commission imagined from today’s headlines after a liberal cis-gender politician makes off-the-record comments about Black Lives Matter that become public and don’t quite match his social justice persona. Can he still be the grand marshal of the annual Pride parade?
For tickets and more information, go to IslandCityStage.org.