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Pride on stage

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Cruel Intentions continues through June at Uptown Players Queer stories and creatives can fill up your June calendar RICH LOPEZ | Staff So, no — queerness in theater and dance and onstage isn’t groundbreaking.

But during Pride, it adds just that many more ways to celebrate our LGBTQ community. Whether through coincidence or by design, Pride month is filled with notable performances, with some already underway (hi, Uptown Players) all the way through the end of June (hi, Turtle Creek Chorale).

And we’re here for all this month’s stage offerings that add a little extra gay touch. Through June 11: ‘Cruel Intentions the ’90s Musical’ by Uptown Players Set to ’90s hits and based on the movie, this take on Dangerous Liaisons finds itself set in a prestigious high school where teens set out to basically ruin other people’s lives through passion, revenge and lies — just like any high school.

A co-production with Stage West at the Kalita Humphreys Theater. Through June 17: ‘The Way She Spoke’ by Undermain Theatre Queer playwright Isaac Gomez wrote this one-woman play, transporting the story to Juárez, Mexico, where an epidemic of violence toward women continues.

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