The Milwaukee Gay Arts Center and Uprooted Theatre Company proudly present

Neil Haven’s new comedy

Pink Champagne

Grandpa and Grandpa said I could move in…”

May 19 (preview) – June 5, 2011

Friday, May 20 performance followed

                                         by a Reception hosted by PFLAG

10th Street Theater

628 North 10th Street

Milwaukee, WI

Uprooted Theatre and the Milwaukee Gay Arts Center continue their 2010-2011 season with Milwaukee playwright Neil Haven’s new comedy, PINK CHAMPAGNE.  Uprooted Theatre’s Artistic Director/Co-founder Dennis F. Johnson directs this artistic collaboration.  PINK CHAMPAGNE features Uprooted’s Managing Director/Co-Founder Marti Gobel, T. Stacy Hicks, John Kishline, John Maclay, and Ari Shapiro.  It runs May 19th – June 5th, 2011 at the Tenth Street Theatre, 628 N. 10th Street, Milwaukee, WI.

Tickets are on sale now!

$15 general admission

(Seniors/students $12 @ the door)

For info & tickets: 414-383-3727 or go to

The Plot ~ a new look at coming out, bullying, and family values!

Donald’s relationship with his conservative son Gene never recovered after Donald came out and split with Gene’s mother twenty-five years ago. Now in his sixties, Donald and his husband Patrick are surprised by a visit from Donald’s rarely seen seventeen-year-old grandson, Joey, who happens to be a sporting a black eye. Joey announces he also is gay and will be heretofore living with “grandpa and grandpa.” Gene and his wife Corrine must now chase down their son to Donald’s house for an impromptu family reunion. Both couples are in dire straits for various reasons. Corrine and Patrick become allies as the two in-laws, and Donald and Gene each have strong feelings about the other’s parenting abilities.

This production is made possible through generous funding by the Greater milwaukee Foundations’ Johnson and Pabst LGBT Humanity Fund, the Milwaukee Arts Board, PrideFest, QUEST News, and the Cream City Foundation’s Joseph R. Pabst LGBT Infrastructure Fund