We believe a radical new approach to the representation of “queerness” is called for — one that embraces a spectrum of relationships and identities. We propose a definition of queerness that serves as a metaphor for ALL those who stand outside of, challenge, or reject mainstream, consumerist models. This is the community for whom we make our work— gay and straight.
Since 2004, our productions have straddled many contradictions and had it both ways: popular and alternative; gay and straight; pleasing and provoking. We search for the connections between queer experience and the “straight” or “mainstream” population. We draw from our rich theatrical and literary heritage to inspire exciting new work. We are commited to creating theatrical events that confront our cultural and political concerns and that have social impact and spiritual consequence. Finally, alongside our productions, we are committed to educating and developing future generations of artists and audiences.