State Theatre to screen “Families Like Yours” at free LGBT community event

State Theatre presents "Families Like Yours"
State Theatre presents "Families Like Yours"

Families Like Yours is a powerful documentary exploring the love, compassion, sacrifice, and success of LGBT-led families in America. Through candid interviews and humorous real life stories, Families Like Yours demystifies these families and their busy, loving, complicated lives, and a free screening will be held in New Brunswick on Oct. 19.

The film follows six families as they attempt to balance work and school, rush kids to sports practice, and deal with diaper duty. From all across the nation and in all different stages of family life, from conception to grandchildren, the families represent a cross-section of the modern American family, the only difference being that they are all LGBT families.

State Theatre presents "Families Like Yours"
State Theatre presents “Families Like Yours”

Award-winning filmmakers Rodolfo Moro and Marcos Duszczak are the creative team behind a parallel film from Argentina, Familias por Igual, which has been widely praised. That film received several prestigious awards that added momentum to Argentina’s LGBT equality movement.

This very special event, on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017, at 7 pm, is being sponsored by Bristol-Myers Squibb, The National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, Wells Fargo, and Out In Jersey magazine.

Although the showing is free, you must have a ticket issued in advance. Seats are general admission and first-come, first-served, and can be reserved by calling State Theatre Guest Services at (732) 246-7469. To reserve your tickets online visit For more information the State Theatre has set also up a Facebook event page.

Peter Frycki
Peter Frycki is the Publisher of Out In Jersey magazine and an occasional writer and reviewer. He enjoys bicycling, long walks, reading non-fiction biography and historical novels. History, politics, and current events are a passion all-day long that keep him very busy.