RADCLYFFE: The Completely Honest and Mostly True Story of Victorian England’s Second Most Notorious Invert
NOW PLAYING AT THE TRANS THEATER FESTIVAL AT THE BRICK
3 NIGHTS ONLY!
Saturday, June 18 @ 7:30pm
Wednesday, June 22 @ 7pm
Saturday, June 25 @ 4:15pm
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Radclyffe Hall, notorious author of the censored “Well of Loneliness,” swaggered their way through the early 20th century. This pseudo-historical solo performance/seance weaves together stories from Radclyffe Hall’s life and times with what England’s second most notorious invert would have to say about trans/queer life today, such as: “what ever happened to ‘romantic friendships’? What the hell is a ‘genderqueer?! And where can an invert get a good haircut in this town?!?”
RADCLYFFE has appeared at the Pop-Up Museum of Queer History (NYC), Butch Voices (Oakland), Dixon Place (NYC), Fresh Fruit Festival (NYC), TranScreen (Amsterdam), and BarWotever (London).