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Celebrating New Works: Skin Like Milk

Skin Like Milk, written by Ryan Fogarty.

Berlin, 1941. In a makeshift basement gay bar, Heinrich and Otto hide the dead body of a Nazi officer, as guests arrive attempting to forget the destruction from last night’s air raids. Adding to the raw nerves in the room, Emile, Heinrich’s former lover, and his new interest, a young man, Horst, show up to share a drink and a bit of music with their friends. As the night unravels, the alcohol disappears and air raids resume, the men realize that their dark bar is no longer a refuge from the hateful world above. Their demons have followed them below, unmasking enemies and facing the possibility of an unlikely escape.

Celebrating New Works presents readings of new LGBTQ theatre pieces by Celebration Theatre. Supported by the City of West Hollywood's Arts Division ( Admission is free although donations are gratefully accepted. Free validated parking is available in the five story Public/Park Parking structure.





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