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'Blowing Whistles' throughout August at Sol Theatre Project in Fort Lauderdale

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Photo by Steve Shires

(Left to right, top to bottom) Ross Carson as Nigel, Daivd tarryn-Grae as Jamie & Kyle Garcia as Mark


Sol Theatre Project, 1140 N. Flagler Dr., Fort Lauderdale, Fl. 33304

Previews July 30, August 1, 6 (Wed, Fri, & Wed) @ 8:00 P.M. Opens Fri,  August 8 and runs Wed and Fri evenings through August 29 @ 8:00 P.M.

Previews: $20 Wed and $25 Fri

Regular run: $25 Wed and $30 Fri 

For reservations: 954-801-9207 or online at www.soltheatre.com

Blowing Whistles is a comedy/drama about being gay, being in love, big lies, internet hook ups, and the fallout that ensues.

Originally set in London on the eve of Gay Pride, Sol Theatre, with the blessing and help of playwright Matthew Todd, has adapted the play's language and setting to Fort Lauderdale, resulting in a play that is culturally relevant to its environment and its intended audience - gay men.

Blowing Whistles is about Nigel (Ross Carson) and Jamie (Daivd Tarryn-Grae), a likeable couple in a somewhat open relationship. On the eve of Gay Pride, which coincides with their tenth anniversary, Nigel cruises "Manhunt" online and meets 'Cumboy_17' (Kyle Garcia). The ensuing events over the next 24 hours will chart a course that will change their lives forever.

Starring: Daivd Tarryn-Grae as Jamie, Ross Carson as Nigel and Kyle Garcia as Mark (cumboy_17)

Directed and Designed by Robert Hooker and Jeff Holmes

Stage Managed by Jeff Holmes

Sound by Marc Scott


Photo by Steve Shires

Ros Carson as Nigel and Kyle Garcia as Mark


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