It's one of those success stories you've gotta love. After an acclaimed, sell-out run during 2009's New York International Fringe Festival, the political mash-up comedy known as Abraham Lincoln's Big Gay Dance Party is back, this time in a full off-Broadway production at the Acorn Theatre. Choreographed, highly stylized and downright outrageous, the play, written by Aaron Loeb and directed by Chris Smith, tells the unlikely story of what happens when a fourth-grade Christmas pageant in Lincoln's hometown sets off a firestorm of controversy when it calls into question Honest Abe's sexuality. What follows is a uniquely American comedy, one that allows the audience to select which order the play's three acts will unfold. A GLAAD Media Award nominee and winner of the 2009 Fringe Festival's Outstanding Play Award, the show officially opens on August 11, but you can get a sneak peek at all the bearded, stove-pipe-hat silliness right here with these newly released production photos. Click through to get into the groove with Honest Abe.