The statute of limitations has passed. The self-incriminating circumstances of a telephone interview with Elaine Stritch in 2003 did not make it into the story... until now.
Terry Baum is Lorena Hickock, the everywoman AP reporter assigned to cover Eleanor Roosevelt during her husband's 1932 presidential campaign, who becomes smitten with her, in this play now at the Eureka Theatre.
After the tragic closing of Shakespeare Santa Cruz last year, the newly-formed Santa Cruz Shakespeare inaugurates its summer rep season with the delightfully self-referential gender-bending comedy.
A familiar story is viewed through a new theatrical lens refocusing timeworn expectations in this homegrown Dracula horror yarn.
On July 28, Pride Films and Plays presents "LezFest: A One Night Fling," a celebration in words, songs, music and theater at Mary's Attic. Join PFP for an evening all about ladies who love ladies who are artists.
Drag icons Peaches Christ, Sharon Needles and Heklina will go skipping down the yellow brick road for a trip over the rainbow unlike any other on Sat., July 12.
Scout Durwood, the chanteuse behind the character Lady Scoutington, brings her cabaret-style Vegas revue "Woman of Whimsy: This Would Kill in Vegas" to the Dixon Place HOT Fest on July 10.