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. […]
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.