|A new stage play by David-Matthew Barnes|
by David-Matthew Barnes
Characters: 2 males. One character is Latino. Both characters dance.
Set: The landscape traveled in this journey is broad. However, the set remains the same.
Rating: This script contains adult language and themes.
Production Highlights: This script received a world premiere at The Producer's Club in New York City.
Featured In: Brave Enough to Love: Gay and Lesbian Stage Plays; Monologues That Kick Ass; and Deuces: Stage Plays for Two Actors
Awards: National finalist in the Saints and Sinners Playwriting Competition
Story: We Never Made it to Paris is a creative fusion of language, music, movement, dance, photography, and light. The story spans over the course of eighteen years in the lives of two men: Eros, a former model, and Bird, a former actor. Fearing real love doesn’t exist, Bird sabotages their young affair, only to realize years later they are soul mates.
Information about producing We Never Made it to Paris can be found here.
|Poster from the world premiere of We Never Made it to Paris,|
performed at the Producer's Club in NYC.