’Gay Camp’ Plays Ptown’s Crown and Anchor
It’s gay; it’s camp; it’s "Gay Camp" in Provincetown!
After a sold-out run and rave reviews at the Duplex Cabaret Theatre in New York City, the hit show "Gay Camp" will make a splash on the Ptown stage beginning July 7, 2014 at the Crown and Anchor Cabaret Room.
"Gay Camp" - penned by co-authors Philip Mutz and Susan-Kate Heaney - is a quick-change farce that follows the stories of several young campers at a gay reform camp. They have been sent away by their parents to be ’fixed’. Instead, they learn how to love - themselves and one another.
Combining fast-paced writing, video, show tunes, dancing, sketch, improv, audience interaction, and razor-sharp comedic performances by three actors playing more than a dozen zany characters, "Gay Camp" is fast, funny, and not pulling its punches as it takes on the anti-gay movement in America.
Start with a deliciously evil counselor facing off against a loud-and-proud young camper, throw in a few electrified fences, gorgeous go-go boys, disco balls, Cher ballads, gay Twister, Michele Bachmann surprises, slow-motion fantasies, Straight vs. Gay lessons, whips, handcuffs, flannel, and more innuendos than you can shake a dildo at, and you’ve got "Gay Camp."