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Playwright Jake Jay's double bill, part of Pride 2007, examines the legacy of a gay man, Douglas, following his death from AIDS. In The Lady Who Loved, Douglas's grief-stricken lesbian caregiver meets his sister, a fundamentalist Christian straining to accept her brother's homosexuality. As the women seek common ground, Douglas's ghost urges them to look inside themselves in order to understand him. In How to Ruin Love, two of

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