Broadway’s “A Doll’s House, Part 2,” now starring Julie White and Stephen McKinley Henderson, is about gender equality — on stage and off.
Ask Tony winner Swoosie Kurtz and several other women waiting on an endless line for the ladies room before the play by Lucas Hnath began on Friday night.
Outside the men’s room, there was no one cooling their heels, a culture vulture who was there tells the Daily News. “So a theater matron said, ‘I am now announcing the men’s room as gender-neutral.”
Inside the newly, temporarily neutral John at the Golden Theatre, Kurtz and company were treated to a quickie impromptu comedy, says our insider.
“A woman asked, ‘Why is the line for the men’s room always the short one at Broadway shows?’ And a man replied, “It’s not at ‘Hello, Dolly!’”