RADCLYFFE

 

RADCLYFFE: The Completely Honest and Mostly True Story of Victorian England’s Second Most Notorious Invert

Kestryl Cael Lowrey channeling Radclyffe Hall.

Kestryl Cael Lowrey channeling Radclyffe Hall.

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).