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Cast And Crew
Cast:Edward Albee,Candis Cayne,
Andy Cohen,Mart Crowley,Michael Cunningham,
Dominick Dunne,William Friedkin,Cheyenne Jackson,
Edward I. Koch,Norman Korpi,Larry Kramer,
Carson Kressley,Tony Kushner,
Laurence Luckinbill,Terrence McNally
Director: Crayton Robey
Produced by: Susan Bedusa.... producer
Miguel Camnitzer.... co-producer
Crayton Robey .... producer
Danielle Rosen .... associate producer
Douglas Tirola .... producer
Production Co: 4th Row Films
Cinematography by: Eric Daniel Metzgar,
Charles Poekel
Film Editing by: Robert Greene,
Seth Hurlbert
Runtime:1 hr 33 mins
Country: USA
Language: English

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Movie Plot Summary:
On the eve of the 40th anniversary of the Gay Rights Movement, the film explores the drama, struggle and enduring legacy of the first-ever gay play and subsequent Hollywood movie to successfully reach a mainstream audience. Beloved by some for breaking new ground, and condemned by others for reinforcing gay stereotypes, The Boys in the Band sparked heated controversy that still exists four decades later.

The Gay Liberation Movement was still in its embryonic stages, the Stonewall riots were a year away and homosexuality was rarely treated as anything more than a joke in popular culture (if it was acknowledged at all) when Mart Crowley's play The Boys In The Band opened off-Broadway in the spring of 1968. The Boys In The Band concerned a handful of gay men who gathered for a birthday party on Manhattan's Upper East Side, where the celebration turns sour after alcohol loosens the tongues of some of the guests and they share opinions they had previously kept hidden. While some critics felt some of the characters reflected negative stereotypical views of homosexuals, many others praised it for dealing openly and honestly with the gay community in a way that was unprecedented in mainstream entertainment. The play enjoyed a run of over a thousand performances, and in 1970 William Friedkin adapted the play for movies, using the complete original cast in his film version. Filmmaker Crayton Robey offers an insiders' look at how Mart Crowley's drama became a ground breaking event in both theater and cinema in the documentary Making The Boys, which includes interviews with Crowley, actor Laurence Luckinbill (who played Hank in the original production), playwrights Edward Albee, Michael Cunningham Paul Rudnck and Tony Kushner, and Robert Wagner, who worked with Crowley on the television series Hart To Hart. Making The Boys received its world premiere as a work in progress at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival.

Movie Reviews:
Published: March 10, 2011
Sometimes you don’t have to go very far into the past to be amazed at how drastically things have changed. That is driven home by “Making the Boys,” Crayton Robey’s captivating documentary about the creation of, and reaction to, the breakthrough play “The Boys in the Band.”
The play, in which a group of gay men gather for a birthday party, landed just when gay rights were about to make the national agenda, opening Off Broadway in 1968. Mr. Robey’s film, through an entertaining collection of interviewees, conveys the odd dual reception the play received from the gay world. An initial sense of triumph that openly gay characters were finally being depicted onstage quickly gave way to criticism that the play, full of self-loathing and bad behavior, fostered negative images and stereotypes.
“I went to see ‘Boys in the Band’ several times,” Edward Albee says, “and more and more I saw an audience there of straights, who were so happy to be able to see people they didn’t have to respect.”
But the documentary isn’t just about the play; it’s also about the playwright, Mart Crowley; his unlikely path to success (the actress Natalie Wood proved crucial); and his reaction when he couldn’t duplicate that success with his next play. “Making the Boys” is fascinating recent history and a fascinating personal story as well.

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