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The Big Gay Musical
Directed by Casper Andreas
Fred M. Caruso
Produced by Fred M. Caruso
Casper Andreas
Edward Miller (executive)
Written by Fred M. Caruso
Starring Daniel Robinson
Joey Dudding
Jeff Metzler
Liz McCartney
Brian Spitulnik
Andre Ward
Brent Corrigan
John Hilner
Cinematography Jon Fordham
Editing by Alexander Hammer
Distributed by Embrem Entertainment
Release date(s) August 9, 2009[1]
Country United States
Language English

The Big Gay Musical is a 2009 American musical-comedy film directed by Casper Andreas and Fred M. Caruso(also the writer).[2][3] The film follows a brief period in the lives of two young, handsome actors (one who is openly gay, the other closeted) starring in a gay-themed play. The openly gay actor struggles with whether he should be sexually promiscuous or seek a life partner, while the other wonders if he should come out to his conservative, religious parents.



Paul (Daniel Robinson) and Eddie (Joey Dudding) have just begun rehearsals an Off-Broadway musical titled Adam & Steve: Just the Way God Made 'Em. Their lives mimic those of the characters they are playing on stage, in that Paul is himself seeking the ideal male partner, and Eddie finds that his religious upbringing conflicts with his homosexuality. After another in a long string of disastrous dates, Paul decides he is through with relationships and decides to be promiscuous. Eddie decides he must finally tell his conservative parents that he is gay. Eddie comes out to his family, who do not accept the news well. Paul turns to the Internet for dates, but can't even get a decent one-night stand. Throughout the film, there are a series of musical numbers with tap dancing angels, a re-telling of the Genesis story, protests from televangelists, a deprogramming camp that tries to turn gay kids straight. By the end of the film, everyone realizes that life would be better if they just accepted themselves the way they are.[3]


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