Spend AN EVENING WITH CHARLES BUSCH at EAG This October
Playwright/Actor/Director/Novelist/Cabaret Entertainer Charles Busch has been fascinating and entertaining audiences for over three decades. On October 26th, audiences are invited to join EAG for An Evening with Charles Busch.
This is a rare opportunity to join Charles as he discusses his long and varied career, shows film clips from his movies and plays, and performs songs accompanied by his longtime musical director Tom Judson.
"An Evening with Charles Busch" will be followed by a wine and cheese reception. All proceeds from the evening's performance will go to support EAG's charitable work.
IF YOU GO:
An Evening with Charles Busch at EAG
Thursday, October 26 at 7:00 pm
At Guild Hall at The Little Church, 1 E. 29th St., New York, NY 10016 (b/w Fifth Ave. and Madison Ave.)
Trains: R/W @ 28th St.; 6 @ 28th St.
Tickets: $25 General Admission | $40 Reserved Seating
Box Office: actorsguild.org/store/p14/charles-busch-tickets
Information: (212) 685-2927 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Charles Busch is the author and star of such plays as The Divine Sister, The Lady in Question, Red Scare on Sunset and Vampire Lesbians of Sodom, which ran five years and is one of the longest running plays in Off-Broadway history. His play The Tale of the Allergist's Wife ran for 777 performances on Broadway and won Mr. Busch the Outer Circle Critics John Gassner Award and received a Tony nomination for Best Play. He wrote and starred in the film versions of his plays, Psycho Beach Party and Die Mommie Die, the latter of which won him the Best Performance Award at the Sundance Film Festival. In 2003, Mr. Busch received a special Drama Desk Award for career achievement as both performer and playwright. Mr. Busch made his directorial debut with the film A Very Serious Person, which premiered at the 2006 Tribeca Film Festival, where it won an honorable mention. He is also the subject of the documentary film The Lady in Question is Charles Busch. Visit charlesbusch.com for more.
The Episcopal Actors' Guild (EAG), established in 1923, is a charitable organization offering emergency assistance and career support to professional performers "of all faiths, and none." We also host a full calendar of events and fundraisers including concerts, variety shows, play readings, and professional workshops. Learn more at www.actorsguild.org.