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An Important Play: Standout Performances Buoy Desert Rose’s Production of ‘Fifth of July’

Lanford Wilson’s Fifth of July broke new ground in the theater world when it premiered in 1978—because it depicted gay characters as “normal” people rather than lisping queens. This makes it a worthy selection as the Desert Rose Playhouse’s annual Gay Heritage Production. The play’s four week run begins this weekend, and the production, directed […]