I can’t believe a gay love story came to San Francisco that has music and tasteful nudity and I’ve yet to talk about.
Sorry about that, “Forbidden Fruit.”
This show, at The Garage theatre space on Bryant Street, and plays Fridays, Saturdays and Mondays at 8pm through Oct. 28. You have to love any show on a Monday as most theatres are dark and it’s hard to find quality theatre on a day when there’s nothing showing.
Making its West Coast Premiere, “Forbidden” was a triumphant success first off-off Broadway and then off-Broadway in New York in 2004/05.
Talking Broadway proclaimed: “The play weaves Christian motifs throughout the work, looking at the relationship between religion and sexuality. The wild antics of Forbidden Fruit position theater as its own type of religious ritual that utilizes dance, song, and movement as a way to make sense and meaning of contemporary gay life."
Back Alley Theater made a big splash in the San Francisco theatre scene last year with their show “Open” and will likely continue to win over fans with writer/director Jeff Bedillion’s irreverent play.
Get $20 tickets and more information at www.backalleysf.org.