WHTBC Prologue - Prospect Park
When Foster Lawrence was eighteen years old he fell from a fifth floor window in Manhattan.
And does not know how.
This incident served as his “coming out” tale. Ten years later, he attempts to find out what happened that night by navigating the New York City terrain and the New York Police Department. Foster begins to understand constructs of America as he explores the trajectory of his life, queer history, and the moment we are in now.
What Happens To Boys In Chelsea was first performed at The Karcher,
a hair salon in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
The work was an Official Selection of the United Solo Theatre Festival 2018
where it had its off-Broadway debut at Theatre Row.
Other showings include:
Club Cumming; Alan Cumming's cabaret venue in the East Village
New York's LGBTQ Center with the New Masculinities Festival 2019
SAGE (Service and Advocacy for GLBTQ+ Elders) in midtown Manhattan
Tilles Center For The Performing Arts at Post of Long Island University
Triad Theatre; an off-Broadway theatre in Manhattan
Theatre 80 with Naked Angels’ Tuesdays@9
Green Room 42 as a part of Tom March's Cabaret/Poetry
Prospect Park with Spin Cycle NYC