Illinois schoolteacher Harmony Green has told her fourth grade class that Menard County's most beloved homegrown hero, Abraham Lincoln, was gay.
Aaron Loeb made a local splash with last year's "First Person Shooter," a complex, clever drama examining the moral gray zones between violent videogames and real-world mayhem a la Columbine. His "Abraham Lincoln's Big Gay Dance Party" (again premiering at SF Playhouse) is an even.
This play, with the great title, written by Aaron Loeb, directed by Chris Smith, with choreography by Vince Pesce, was a big hit of last year's.
Aaron Loeb's three-part play set in a small Illinois town is only fitfully amusing.