‘Irma Vep’ Brings Serious Comedy to the Rep By Paul Donovan

November 2, 2012

In 1984, a little play opened off-off Broadway titled The Mystery of Irma Vep. Written by playwright Charles Ludlam, it was an eight-character play of both genders, but the cast consisted entirely of Ludlam and his boyfriend. It proved to be very popular and is now one of the most-produced plays in history. […]

LIKEME Lighthouse Makes a Better Community Center

November 2, 2012

Thank you for your article regarding what is in fact happening with the Lesbian and Gay Community Center of Greater Kansas City (editorial, October 2012, campkc.com/campkc-content.php?Page_ID=1932). It is way more than time that we all ask ourselves this question, and finally, someone is publicly doing so.
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