By Del Shores
Directed by Joe Hudson
Tuesday, May 4, 2021 – 7 pm
Four gay boys of the Baptist Church try to create a world of love and acceptance in the church and clubs of Dallas, Texas. The world they explore also includes two older barflies, Peanut and Odette, whose banter takes the audience from hysterical laughter to tragedy and tears.
Joe Hudson (Director). Joe Hudson is a Chicago-based actor whose many credits included HEDDA GABLER with Redtwist Theatre, KILLERS with Mary-Arrchie Theatre. Before moving to Chicago, Joe appeared in many stage productions in Houston, Texas.
Del Shores (Playwright) Del Shores has written, directed, and produced successfully across studio and independent film, network and cable television and regional and national touring theatre. His scripts include DADDY’S DYIN’ (play and film), SORDID LIVES (play, film, and TV series), THE TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS OF A TRAILER TRASH HOUSEWIFE (play and its film adaptation entitled BLUES FOR WILLADEAN), SOUTHERN BAPTIST SISSIES (play and film), YELLOW (play), and A VERY SORDID WEDDING (film). For television, he has also written and produced for many shows including DHARMA AND GREG and the last three seasons of the ground-breaking Showtime series QUEER AS FOLK.