FFR/Princeton BTGALA Presents...
LGBT Theater Outing - Charles Ludlam's Camille
New York, NY
WHEN: Sunday, Feb 10, 7PM
WHERE: "Casa Mezcal" Theater
86 Orchard Street, New York, New York 10002
COST: $17 in advance through PayPal - $18 at the door subject to availability
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Directed by FFR's John V.N. Philip. Join us for the late Charles Ludlam's inspired raucous romp though the life of the tragic Marguerite Gautier, heroine of the Dumas novel "La Dame Aux Camelias", Verdi's "La Traviata", and Garbo's "Camille" of 1936. In a cabaret setting with a cocktail in hand, this is decidedly the way to see this Ludlam classic! Afterwards we will meet the director and some of the cast!
Ludlam and his partner Everett Quinton, along with founder John Vaccaro made their 'Ridiculous Theatre," originally born out of productions at Andy Warhol's famous 'Factory" a seventies classic - where downtown theatre made irreverent sport of every classic they could dream up.
FFR/Princeton BTGALA is again hosting and we invite all of our Ivy League, Seven Sisters, NYU, Stanford, Duke, UVA, Georgetown, Northwestern, Amherst, USC & Emory friends. Alumni, faculty, staff, and students that are over 21 are welcome. Thanks to our hosts, FFR/Princeton BTGALA's Shawn Cowls and Director John V.N. Phillip!