I saw an incredibly touching and hilarious set of short plays and monologues last weekend called Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays. It is getting rave reviews, including one in The New York Times. The set was put together in response to the changing and often infuriating and unfair laws such as California repealing legal gay marriage in 2008. With Craig Bierko, Mark Consuelos, Harriet Harris and Richard Thomas, each cast member made me tear up and laugh at different moments.
It's playing at the Minetta Lane Theatre. Tickets can be found through the show's site here. Always check for discount codes, like Broadway Box, before booking. You often get the same discounts as waiting in line at TKTS but can get the tickets weeks in advance...and you don't have to stand in line!
We had great seats!