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I half expected Theatre Rhino's season opener to be an updated or revisited version of that cool, hippied-out Broadway musical from the 1960s about a group of young people coming of age in an era of war and rebellion. But…
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Culture, Stage

Don't Make Me Say Things That Will Hurt You

Pete Hilton may or may not be "the last faggot alive," living in his wicker-furnished, fuchsia-toned boudoir in a dismal junkie neighborhood, but he never goes outside or even answers the door, so how would he know? "Here in my…
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House Of Tudor

So here we are staring down the double barrel of a loaded 20-Ought calendar year; it's a little difficult not to be completely underwhelmed. I mean, even if you were to have honorary membership to an urban underwater ski lodge…
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Calendar, Night&Day

Pride and Prejudice

Josie's Cabaret, the performance heart of the Castro, inaugurates Gay Pride Month with double doses of camp and scandal. A cast of strangely familiar characters -- cross-dressing baby dykes, zealous PFLAG moms, gay socialites -- populates the Half Baked Players'…
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Lyp Service

He's every woman. John Epperson, aka Lypsinka, is back, channeling Crawford, Davis, Merman, Taylor, and Endora in the world premiere of his latest dragstravaganza, Lypsinka Must Be Destroyed!, which runs through March at Josie's Cabaret & Juice Joint. Though he…
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