Forever Never Comes 2017-11-10T20:19:24+00:00

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Forever Never Comes – Staged Play reading by Enrique Urueta
June 5, 7pm
Staged Play Reading
Ceremonial | LGBT Center 4th Floor
Tix: $8 – $15 sliding scale

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Enrique Urueta

A young trans man returns home to rural Virginia on his way to start a new life in San Francisco. A young Latina struggling to leave is the only one who sees what’s really going on around her. Will their new found love survive when her nightmare is brought to life? Will they? You can always go home again … just don’t expect to leave.

Following the successful presentations of his award-winning plays The Danger of Bleeding Brown and Learn To Be Latina, Enrique Urueta returns to The National Queer Arts Festival for a third year to present a staged reading of his brand new genre-bending full-length play that Rhode Island’s get magazine calls a “heavy-hitting, emotionally incisive drama.” Once again teaming up with acclaimed stage and film director Mary Guzmán (Desi’s Looking For A New Girl), this promises to be an event not to be missed!