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The Nance

Postby Dan » June 11th, 2014, 9:47 pm

In a couple of weeks, there will be a limited theatrical run of a recording of The Nance, a hit Broadway show starring Nathan Lane that earned him a Drama Desk Award. Be warned, though, that this is a show likely intended for mature audiences as it deals heavily with homosexuality in 1930s New York (seems the MPAA will rate it PG-13).

Lane plays Chauncey Miles, a performer in a burlesque theatre company where he is a "nance", a "stock character who was a flamingly effeminate homosexual". Miles is gay off stage as he is on stage, but must be careful as being such in public will get him arrested.

List of Theaters Playing the Film: http://www.screenvision.com/cinema-events/the-nance/?utm_source=broadwayworld&utm_medium=interstitial&utm_campaign=nance


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Re: The Nance

Postby James » June 11th, 2014, 10:04 pm

Saw a preview for this in the theatre the other day. It looked like a role written just for him!

Also saw a preview for a recent theatrical run of the stage version Driving Miss Daisy with Angela Lansbury and James Earl Jones. Was tempted by that one but $20 tickets for a recording of a stage show seemed a little steep.