Paul Rudnick — playwright, screenwriter, essayist — is a man with a mission. He advocates for a tolerant world where acceptance triumphs over fear. His scripts about gay life are infused with the kind of fiery passion that scorches the more overtly political writings of Arthur Miller. But whereas Miller's plays boil with anger, Rudnick is a self-proclaimed laugh whore. His barbs sting more gently. And amid his barrage of one-liners and bons mots, usually there's one standout monologue that strikes gold with viewers... More >>>
Alan Knoll stars as Mr. Charles — “the gayest man in the universe” — in The New Century.