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Look Up From Your Vermouth On The Rocks Tonight At Perishable

Tonight, Wednesday, at 5:30pm, join a group of queer-thinking curators for a panel discussion at Perishable Theater called Into The Void: Nurturing a Queer Canon.  It’s moderated by occasional Dose contributor Micah Salkind and features Elmo Terry-Morgan, producer of The Black Lavender Experience at Brown;

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Hedwig Humanities Panel Continues

“When The Words Fail Us: Art and Trans Identities” To extend the conversation that started last weekend during previews of Perishable’s production of John Cameron Mitchell’s Hedwig and The Angry Inch, Perishable, in partnership with Rhode Island Council For the Humanities, The Rhode Island Foundation’s

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Hedwig Tickets On Sale Now

Tickets are now on sale for the Perishable Theatre production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Performances will run from April 16 through May 9. Written by John Cameron Mitchell with composer Stephen Trask, Hedwig is . . . . . . a boisterous, exuberant

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Hey Nana, I’m Gonna Try Out For A Play

Stuck for things to talk about on Thanksgiving? This will kick things off. Perishable Theatre has just announced it is holding auditions for its spring production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch. (I hope they won’t take this the wrong way, but I’d pay pretty

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Six Inches Forward, Five Inches Back…

Tonight at 7, Hedwig and the Angry Inch is screening at the RISD Auditorium, and afterwards dreamy director John Cameron Mitchell will be speaking. If you’ve never seen Hedwig, you are missing out on a) the best use of Gummi Bears in cinema, b) a

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Movie Tuesday

Head over to Smitty-B and join director John Cameron Mitchell (the “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” guy) for a screening of his 2006 film “Shortbus” — Q & A to follow.  This is what The New York Times had to say. As utopian visions go,