The characters in Thinking Cap Theatre's All-American Genderfuck Cabaret
discuss and engage in many a godforsaken activity over the play's two-plus hours. So it's a good thing they have their own omnipotent, omnipresent god who intervenes in their lives and doesn't care what they do with their genitalia so long as they're happy.
That would be Taylor (Noah Levine), a lanky transsexual of indeterminate gender, who acts as the show's "emcee." He/she introduces the characters like models on a runway and proceeds to offer insights into their lives, from their personalities and their television-viewing habits to their most-urgent problems and, most important, their sex lives (or lack thereof).
Taylor is always hanging around, and if he/she occasionally breaks the metaphysical barrier to make out with one of these people, well, that's OK too. Even enlightened, gender-neutral deities have needs! Read the rest of the All-American Genderfuck Cabaret at Empire Stage review.
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