With delightful and poignant tales of a Southern Songstress and her gay family, Alex Bond and David Carson read selections from Ms. Bond’s novel and transport you to Dallas 1977, a magical time before HIV/AIDS, but not before ignorance and prejudice. A favorite at the 2008 San Francisco Fringe and the 2009 Fresh Fruit Festival.
A reclusive former Southern debutante/cabaret performer in her sixties, Anna Zander hires Craig Bauer to help her write about the best years of her life. She recounts the tales of singing in the gay leather bars of Dallas (when she looked like a drag queen and sang coloratura!). As she reveals memories, lessons, and losses… the collaboration on the book grows, and so does the friendship between Anna and Craig.
Wednesday, February 24th at 6pm
Saturday, February 27th at 7pm
Monday, March 1st at 9pm
Friday, March 5th at 6pm
Sunday, March 7th at 2:30pm
Theater: Under St. Marks
Address: 94 St. Mark's Place
New York, NY
Cost:$15 General Admission
$11 for Students/Seniors/Veterans
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