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Richard Louis James’ one-man homage to Quentin Crisp

Writer and performer Richard Louis James' one-man show is a languorous homage to the gender-bending English raconteur Quentin Crisp. The show unfolds in two parts: The first half is a monologue advising the audience to embrace style as a form…
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"Like most of Albee's work," the critic Robert Brustein wrote last year, "The Play About the Baby is three parts charlatanism, two parts pretension, and one part genius." The genius part is for the actors to snuffle out, like…
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