The plays of Michael McKeever -- who won the prestigious Carbonell Award for Best New Work an astonishing five times -- not only entertain audiences, but change them with stories that look deep into the lives of characters. His latest work, Daniel's Husband, introduces the world to Daniel and his partner Mitchell. While Daniel desperately wants to get married, Mitchell does not believe in gay marriage. After a life-altering event, however, both men learn that when fundamental rights are denied the results can be devastating. With abundant humor, pathos and psychological insight, Daniel's Husband explores the consequences of accepting society's limitations. Be challenged and changed by this powerful production at Adolph & Rose Levis Jewish Community Center in Boca Raton.
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