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When:   July 14, 2010 7:30pm-8:50pm
Where:   Dixon Place
161 Chrystie Street (between Rivington and Delancey)
New York, NY 10002
Price:   $10
Type:   Arts

 Grateful.  Disgusted.  Proud.  Embarrassed.  The Yale Alumni Magazines recent cover story Why They Call Yale The Gay Ivy sparked a furor among its readers. Out of this vehement and diverse alumni response was born The Gay Ivy, a musical theater piece: Roommates reminisce about their parallel yet isolated lives fifty years ago; two women wake up in each others arms; one of the first Africa-American alumnae confesses her own struggle to embrace her sons lifestyle; a legacy-student confronts his grandfathers hatred and his own conflicted sexual identity.

 By giving voice to disparate perspectives on the Alumni Magazines controversial article, this piece explores the Yale community as a microcosm of our country today.

 Please join us for this One Night Only event at Dixon Place, NYCs Downtown Laboratory for Performance!!!!

 $10 General Admission. Buy Tickets at 

Support at

 Written by Bix Bettwy, Greg Edwards, Kyle Jarrow, Eric Kubo, Gordon Leary, Eric March, Deb Margolin, Julia Meinwald, Michael Mitnick, Kevin Quinn, Zak Sandler, and more

 Featuring Thomas Dolan, Tim Eliot, Emily Jenda, Kobi Libii and Megan Stern

 Directed by Peter Cook

Conceived and Produced by Thomas Dolan, Ethan Heard and Megan Stern

Music Directed by Jonathan Breit

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