with the men
you'd grow up
The Faggot Museum will be a part of Dixon Place's HOT! Festival in July:
July 23 at 10 PM, $15/$12/$10
About Dixon Place's HOT Festival:
The Faggot Museum takes on the men that society has come to stereotype as faggots- from the hyper dramatic musical comedy queen to the effete collector of antique earthenware; from the opera buff to the man who lives by affirmations. Each of these faggots comes out through humor, through sympathy and through an honesty that sometimes hits too close to home.
Written and performed by Michael Whistler, The Faggot Museum is installed through the course of the play. The audience is presented with monologues, objects and sounds making up a gallery of faggots, representing a time and an attitude that existed before queer, before "outing," before the International Male Catalogue appeared in everyone's mailbox.
The Faggot Museum premiered at Seattle's Theatre Off Jackson in September 1999, and enjoyed a successful run in Philadelphia in May of 2001. Reviews of the productions may be read by visiting the links to the left. For more information, or to find out about future productions, please contact email@example.com.
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