Nathan Lane Stars In 1930s Gay Drama 'The Nance'
Lewis J. Stadlen, Cady Huffman, Nathan Lane, and Jonny Orsini in a scene from Lincoln Center Theater's production of 'The Nance' A Nance, according to theatrical terminology of the 1930s, is a stock character meant to represent the stereotype of the "effeminate homosexual."
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