Piese de Carolyn Gage

Amy Lowell: in Her Own Words
A platform reading by the famous Imagist herself, including the erotic love poems written for her beloved partner Ada Dwyer. Also includes diary entries, observations on writing poetry, and rebuttals to critics.
Extravagant Love: the Life of Violette LeDc
An avant-garde odyssey into the vivid and often terrifying world of lesbian Parisian author Violette LeDuc. Play encompasses themes of abortion, lesbian prostitution, self-hatred, and maternal incest. Not for the faint-hearted!
Sappho in Love
A Lesbian midsummer night's dream with the goddesses of celibacy, love, and marriage competing for Sappho's attention amid poetry contests, meteor showers, lessons on lesbian love-making, romantic trysting, mix-ups and disguises. Wet and wild romantic comedy!
The Last Reading of Charlotte Cushman
Captivating evening with one of the greatest actresses of the nineteenth century. Charlotte Cushman, a large butch woman, made a name for herself in "breeches parts," and treats the audience to excerpts from her Hamlet, Romeo, and Cardinal Wolsey - as well as scenes and other monologues from her repertoire. National award for "best play about a lesbian historical figure."
The Second Coming of Joan of Arc
Award-winning one-woman show. A lesbian Joan returns with an empassioned message for contemporary audiences. An electrifying evening of theatre. Show has toured internationally, been featured on NPR, and received first class production in Brazil, where it grossed top box office in Rio and Sao Paolo.

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Carolyn Gage

Carolyn Gage s-a nascut la data de in , SUA.

Carolyn Gage is a lesbian-feminist playwright, performer, director, and activist. The author of four books on lesbian theatre and fifty-five plays, musicals, and one-woman shows, she specializes in non-traditional roles for women, especially those reclaiming famous lesbians whose stories have been distorted or erased from history.


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