Noah introduces his best friends Alex, Ricky and Chance to his new friend Wade, an obviously straight screenwriter. The guys note Noah's attraction to Wade and warn him against getting involved, but ...
Director Patrik-Ian Polk provides exciting character developments, brilliant cinematography and life lessons for all, particularly for black LGBT members. Cameo appearances of key actors of the Noah Arc series are visual delights.
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Q. Allan Brocka
This show is so addicting and entertaining...Proud viewer for life.
Noah's Arc is a show about four black gay men dealing with all sorts of human issues dealt not just within the gay community, but within every community. Noah, played by Darryl Stephens, is a wallflower, screenwriter type who is looking for the perfect love in Wade. Wade, played by Jensen Atwood, is also a screenwriter who has never been in a relationship with a man, until he met Noah. Noah has three friends. Alex, played by Rodney Chester, who runs an HIV clinic and is going through the ups and downs of being in a long term relationship. Ricky, played by Christian Vincent, is the promiscuous store owner on Melrose, who is protective over his friends and afraid of monogamy. Chance, played by Doug Spearman, is a college professor, who is adjusting to the idea of having a husband and raising a child. Each one of these actors are tailor made for their parts on this show. I know the show is not for everyone, and it's not claiming to be for everyone. But if your into watching a show dealing with human beings with human issues that remind you of yourself or someone you know, I guarantee you'll love this show. Patrik Ian Polk has done an amazing job creating a show that incorporates comedy, drama and lust in a time frame of 22 minutes. I just wish the show was longer. I really hope that this show continues to grow and stays on the air for a very long time. In 2006, its about time someone like Patrik Ian Polk had the guts to say screw the masses and create a show as groundbreaking as Noah's Arc. This is a great wake up call for all people.
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