Broadway Damage is a 1997 comedy written and directed by Victor Mignatti. This quirky comedy explores the frustrations of three recent college graduates as struggle to find love and success in New York's gay community. Marc (Michael Lucas) is an ambitious but struggling actor who finds the perfect apartment by looking in the obituaries. Marc's roommate is a chronically unemployed straight woman, Cynthia (Mara Hobel). Robert (Aaron Williams) is a songwriter who dreams of writing the next Broadway hit. He is secretly in love Marc, but scared to share his feelings. While he waits, Marc falls madly in love with a studio head, David, (Hugh Panaro). The situation becomes complicated when Marc becomes chained to the phone waiting for a call from David. While Robert silently suffers trying to express his feellings to Marc. Cynthia faces the shock of having to take care of herself when she is cut off by her parents.