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January 6, 2006 Berkeley City Club, Berkeley, California Written by David Johnston Directed by Kevin Newbury Porduced by Candy and Dorothy Productions Candy Darling, Warhol factory superstar, died in 1974.
Dorothy Day, radical left-wing Catholic activist, died in 1980.
January 17, 2006 Mechanics Institute Performing Arts Centre, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Written by Thomas ONeil Directed by Derek Charles Livingston Produced by Celebration Theatre Some historians believe the Stonewall riots, in June 1969, began when a drag queen fought back against police harassment on the day of Judy Garlands New York City funeral.
That drag queen was the worlds worst Judy Garland impersonator.
Hosted by Anton Enus with Peter Mc Nicholl and Christopher Pender. This is possibly the most moving and engrossing gay play since Beautiful Thing.
- Mark St Andrews, Boyz This play is so fantastically tough and tender that it often feels as if someone has got you in a painful arm-lock, only to give you the sweetest, softest kiss.
The night before Pride Day, the couple communicate with Cumboy_17 on a gay dating Web site.
They plan for a night of casual sex, however, their young guest has a very different agenda.
Wash, Kate Garassino, Maria Campos, Danny Bernardo, Anthony Apodaca, Ben Asaykwee, Baron Clay, Marchelllo Lee, Chip Payos, Clay Sanderson, Greg Silva, Manny Sosa, and Randolph Johnson.
Tamara, librarian, is alive, and not-quite-well, and living on the Lower East Side.
And Candy and Dorothy just showed up in her apartment.
Cast includes: Amanda Abel, Michael Taylor Gray, Stephen Marshall, Keith E. January 20, 2006 Celebration Theatre, Los Angeles, California See a Review of this play.
Written by Matthew Todd Directed by Robert Chuter Produced by Fly-On-The-Wall Theatre and The Butterfly Club Nigel loves his hedonistic lifestyle.
This play explores a wide spectrum of gender, while balancing a blend of the comic and dramatic. January 13, 2006 Plaza Black Box Theater, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, Massachusetts Written by by Terrence Mc Nally Music by John Kander Lyrics by Fred Ebb Directed by Susan Finque Produced by: Bailiwick Arts Center An unusual tale of love and friendship.