|Directed by||Victor Mignatti|
|Produced by||David Topel|
|Written by||Victor Mignatti|
|Music by||Elliot Sokolov|
|Edited by||Victor Mignatti|
|Distributed by||Jour de Fête Films|
Cynthia (Hobel), Marc (Lucas) and Robert (Williams) are young friends in New York City. Marc is a struggling actor, Robert is an actor/songwriter and Cynthia is desperately trying to attract the attention of Tina Brown to break into magazine publishing. Cynthia and Marc find an apartment together in Greenwich Village. Robert is secretly in love with Marc, who's oblivious.
Marc falls into a relationship with David (Panaro), an aspiring musician who lives with his boyfriend across the alley from Marc's apartment. David's boyfriend throws him out and David moves in with Marc.
Robert, trying to get over Marc, becomes interested in a man who works in a local card and gift shop (Marc and Robert refer to him as "Zola"). Taking Marc's advice to "make the grand gesture," he sends Cynthia in with a gift from him as a secret admirer. "Zola" turns down the gesture, and Robert is humiliated.
Marc and Robert discover that David supports himself as a hustler and Marc breaks up with him and throws him out. Robert makes "the grand gesture" for Marc by singing a song he's written for him. Before Marc can respond, Cynthia, whose attempts to get through to Tina Brown have become increasingly bizarre, has a nervous breakdown. She returns to her parents' home on Long Island.
In the end, Marc and Robert visit Cynthia on Long Island. Free from the drama of his relationship with David, Marc realizes that he has feelings for Robert. Cynthia gets a call from Tina Brown's assistant, setting up a meeting for the following day.
- Mara Hobel as Cynthia
- Michael Lucas (credited as Michael Shawn Lucas) as Marc
- Hugh Panaro as David
- Aaron Williams as Robert
- Alan Filderman as Casting Director
- Gary Janetti as Zola
- James Lecesne as Cruise Ship Actor
- Benim Foster as The Super
- Jean Loup as Punk
- Gerry McIntyre as Jerry
- Tyagi Schwartz as Carl
- Barbara Winters Pinto (credited as Barbara Winters-Pinto) as Temp Agent
- Sammy as Himself (Mouse)
- Jonathan Walker as Chuck
- Richard M. Davidson (credited as Richard Davidson) as The John
Awards and nominationsEdit
- Austin Gay & Lesbian International Film Festival Mission Award - Victor Mignatti (winner)
- L.A. Outfest Audience Award for Outstanding Narrative Feature (winner)
- Verzaubert International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival Rosebud Award for Best Film (nominated)
Broadway Damage was released on Region 1 DVD on November 23, 1999.