Frankie is the newest member of San Francisco’s most exciting contemporary dance company. The year is 1985. As six muscular male dancers tumble their way through athletic choreography, Frankie stands on the sidelines, mirroring the movement and looking a little weak. When the choreographer stops the music and mocks Frankie mercilessly, the other guys laugh – except for Todd. Todd is a veteran dancer in the same company and the bad boy to Frankie’s innocent. They’re friends – opposites attract. For Frankie, the city offers no relief from the bullying at work: a newspaper headline asks “Should Gays Be Quarantined?