Siegmund Fuchs

Siegmund Fuchs

Siegmund Fuchs is originally from Cleveland, Ohio, but now lives in Washington,
D.C. He practices law for the United States Department of Justice, but in his free time, he
writes. His academic work focuses on abuse victims. His most recent creative work, In The
Closet, is his first full-length show in almost a decade. The show has since placed in five
national competitions, winning...
Siegmund Fuchs is originally from Cleveland, Ohio, but now lives in Washington,
D.C. He practices law for the United States Department of Justice, but in his free time, he
writes. His academic work focuses on abuse victims. His most recent creative work, In The
Closet, is his first full-length show in almost a decade. The show has since placed in five
national competitions, winning two. Previous works include, Never Turned Out To Be Four
Months and A Night Out At The Movies.

Plays

  • Into The Closet
    The show takes place inside a large metaphorical closet. Three gay men, each struggling with their own reasons for retreating back into the closet, are soon joined by JOHN, who runs into the closet just after his first gay sexual encounter. The four men explore the varied reasons one might re-closet oneself in this cross-generational look at going back into the closet.

Recommended by Siegmund Fuchs

  • SAFE
    16 Jul. 2019
    SAFE is a great piece about homophobia and bullying, leading up to a wonderful and haunting climax that is both theatrical and dialogue-driven. SAFE would be a great pick for a queer festival or for Pride Month.