1. The Last Sunday in June
You can bet the characters of Jonathan Tolins's hit play would have a lot to say about this year’s Tonys—but mostly, they discuss the parade as it passes by their West Village apartment.
111 E. 15th St.
2. “Boys’ Night” at De La Guarda
If you want something a little more interactive than Take Me Out, head to Union Square, where “drinks, toys, music, and boys” kick off Pride Weekend on June 27 at 10:30.
Daryl Roth Theatre
20 Union Square E.
3. Intimate Details
Comedian Marga Gomez's solo show at La MaMa hilariously examines her checkered past emceeing Gay Pride events.
74A E. 4th St.
Three-week festival featuring scenes from Lesbian Pulp-O-Rama and Brandon Olson and Chris Tanner's Holly's Folly.
145 Sixth Ave.
5. Homogenius 2003
Manhattan Theatre Source presents the second annual festival for gay and lesbian work, which features short productions and full-length play readings, and a mini-musical.
Manhattan Theatre Source
177 MacDougal St.