‘one in two’ June 1-25 Mosaic Theater Company at Atlas Performing Arts Center1333 H St., N.E.$29-$64Mosaictheatre.org Out actor Ryan Jamaal Swain is best known for having played homeless dancer Damon, on FX’s “Pose,” the popular queer series revolving around ball culture in late 1980s New York.
Along with television, Swain has a great love for theater. And now in a homecoming of sorts, the Howard University graduate is at Mosaic Theater for the area premiere of “one in two,” playwright Donja R.
Love’s play inspired by his own HIV diagnosis and the resilience of the LGBTQ community. In addition to Swain, 29, the cast features queer actors Justin Weaks and Michael Kevin Darnall (both of whom recently a finished Arena’s production of “Angels in America”).
Raymond O. Caldwell directs. The audience is invited to choose which of three parts each actor must play for each performance. WASHINGTON BLADE: A different part every night!