By Mark Gerrard. Named one of Ben Brantley's Top Ten in 2015 in The New York Times, Steve asks what happens after "happily ever after"? Steve got his happy ending, but years later, his Prince Charming is sexting another man, his best friend is ill, and he's hitting the expiration date on his desirability. Chock full of acidic wit, musical theatre references and plenty of heart.
Steve’s having a mid-life crisis in Mark Gerrard’s play that opened Off-Broadway in 2015, directed here for New Conservatory by Becca Wolff. The New York Times called it “a surprisingly serious comedy,” in which a group of middle-aged gay men (and one woman) must face the inevitability of growing older, less sexually desirable and everything else that comes with the human condition. Along the way, there’s plenty of group singing.