“We know from his plays that he struggled intimately with the social conditions that produce identity in the first place. A queer reading of Shakespeare dwells not on the orientation of the man but rather of the works. And Shakespeare’s works are queer AF.”
A historical look at The Lincoln Theater and The Lafayette Players, written by Julio Martinez.
Written by Julio Martinez During the years 1848 to 1870, the City of Los Angeles made a slow, often turbulent transition from its previous Spanish/Mexican colonial rule to the often
Classically trained Yorkshire-born thespian Julian Sands on his return to the play, but in another way.