Sunday, July 10, 2011

theater outing -Indianapolis

Ringwald Theater-Goldern Girls


July 16-August 8, 2011

From the gang that brought you THE FACTS OF LIFE: THE LOST EPISODE comes a fabulous summer with your favorite Ringwald guys becoming your favorite Golden Girls!


An irreverent, yet loving, tribute to The Golden Girls. It's just another day in Miami for those cheesecake-loving gals; that is until former N*SYNCer Lance Bass moves in next door and his rowdy all-night gay sex parties end up disrupting the girls' beauty sleep. When Dorthea demands that Bass cut it out, he challenges her to a bet: if the girls win the top prize in the Shady Oaks retirement home talent contest, he'll stop the parties, but if he wins the girls become his personal cleanup crew. What follows is a singing, dancing farce that could only derive from such an improbable situation.

Monday, April 11, 2011

Kent State University Museum Oct to sept 4.ll


Katharine Hepburn (1907-2003)
Renowned actress, role model, fashion icon, outspoken, independent and feisty, Katharine Hepburn is listed by the American Film Institute as Hollywood's greatest screen legend. During a career that spanned six decades, Hepburn was nominated 12 times for Academy Awards as Best Actress and won four. Her sense of style influenced countless women, fashion designers, and the informal, elegant approach to American style seen on today's runways.

Katharine Hepburn: Dressed for Stage and Screen

In 2008, the Kent State University Museum was honored to receive Katharine Hepburn's personal collection of film, stage and television costumes, as well as clothes worn by her for publicity purposes.

In celebration of the Museum's 25th anniversary year, Hepburn's performance clothes will be displayed in a very special exhibit including: stage costumes from The Philadelphia Story, Without Love and Coco; screen costumes from such classic films as Stage Door, Adam's Rib and Long Day's Journey Into Night; and many of her television movies, such as Love Among the Ruins. In addition, Hepburn's "signature look," an ensemble of tailored beige trousers and linen jackets, will be spotlighted, as will vintage posters, playbills, photos and other Hepburn-related artifacts.

The exhibit will also be supported by special events and programming on Hepburn's career, influence and life. These will take place at the Museum, across the Kent Campus and throughout Northeast Ohio.

This exhibition has received support from the following generous sponsors

Monday, March 28, 2011

theater on the Square- Indy


The Kids Left. The Dog Died. Now What?
April 1st through April 30th

With book, music and lyrics by Carol Caplan-Lonner, here is a musical comedy that salutes those valiantly struggling with divorce on their hands, gravity on their bodies, grandchildren on their self-images and the dating scene on their egos. The risks and uncertainties that accompany being middle age come alive through song and scene. Aging gracefully is the final frontier

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Elizabeth Taylor

A true friend of gay people, when they didn't have any friends- pasted away. A loyal friend to everyone. I will miss you.






"I call upon you to draw from the depths of your being — to prove that we are a human race, to prove that our love outweighs our need to hate, that our compassion is more compelling than our need to blame."
Miss Elizabeth Taylor - 1932-2011

Monday, March 21, 2011

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Now and then Wonder Woman

The first Wonder Wonder was Cathy Lee Crosby. She starred in Wonder Woman Movie of the week. Blonde and drove a motorcycle not much connection to the comic book WW.


Lydia Carter was the next and best Wonder Woman. She looked and acted the part. The show was famous for Wonder Woman twirl and stip costume change.




The newest Wonder Woman.. Adrianne Palicki. She looks the part. The big question is can she twirl and strip?