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‘Furlough’s Paradise’ and ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ Feature Rich LGBTQ Characters

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Two new ATL shows feature LGBTQ characters prominently. The world premiere drama, “Furlough’s Paradise,” by playwright A.K. Payne, has just premiered at the Alliance Theatre.

It’s part of the Alliance/Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Competition, now in its 20th year. “Paradise” is a two-character drama looking at the lives of cousins Sade (Kai Heath) and Mina (Asha Basha Duniani).

They grew up on the same street and were once very close, but their lives went on different paths after middle school when Mina attended a charter school and Sade went to a public school.

When the mother of one passes away and the women return home for the funeral, they attempt to reunite. Sade is now in prison, furloughed for three days, and Mina is an Ivy League graduate with a job in California.

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