Genre: Drama, Lesbian+Gay
Written by J. Julian Christopher, Directed by Web Begole

"Man Boobs" tells the story of two men who begin to share a night of passion until issues of obesity and self-esteem overpower their sexual and emotional connection. This new play was developed at The Public Theater's 2009 Emerging Writer's Group and is being performed as part of the Fresh Fruit Festival, which supports and celebrates LGBT theater.

About the Company: Three Monos Ensemble
Three Monos Ensemble is interested in socially activated theatre which inspires and challenges perceptions through new works.

The artists of Three Monos Ensemble met in an environment which promoted the principles of inquiry and respect but resisted true dialogue and responsibility. Forced to reconsider personal and professional goals, the artists of three monos found in each other shared and similar artistic perspectives and ambitions.

Open:   07/20/10
Close:   07/24/10

July 20th @6:00PM
July 22nd @8:00PM
July 23rd @6:00PM
July 24th @2:30PM
Theater:   Cherry Lane Studio
Address:   38 Commerce Street
New York, NY 10014
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Trains The 1 train is the most easily accessible to the Cherry Lane Theatre. Get out at the Christopher Street stop and walk three blocks south on Seventh Avenue to COMMERCE STREET. Turn right onto Commerce Street and walk to the end of the street. The A, B, C, D, E, F, and V all make stops at "West 4th Street" on Sixth Avenue, a few blocks east of Seventh Avenue.

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Jeffrey Marx Spence

Jeffrey has performed at Upright Citizen's Brigade, where he was on a house improv team for five years. He was in the West Coast premiere of Terrance McNally's 'Corpus Christi' at Rude Guerilla Theater in Santa Ana, CA. He played Norman Bulansky in 'The Boys Next Door' at The Westchester Playhouse in Los Angeles, CA. Jeffrey dabbles in writing, photography, and voodoo.

Robert Valin Marty

A voice over artist for radio, film and television, Robert was last seen on stage in POOP: A True Story  which won critical acclaim in the 2003 NYC Fringe Festival. A graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, he is also an alumni of HB Studio, having studied with both Carol Rosenfeld and the late Uta Hagen. Robert is also a graphic designer as well as an event producer for the Bear & Leather community. A native New Yorker, he resides in Chelsea with his biking companion and dog, Benny, and is very proud to say that when you Google him, you get Poop, Leather, Bears and Man Boobs.