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Re: “Let's Hear It for the ... Boy?

I saw the play. Twice. I was astonished by how any ideas fing expression and in expression, peraps more devastatingly. The characters, all individuals, become friends. If not with each other, with me. I have not laughed as ofte, as often through tears, as well as being terrified, deeply moved, challenged and rewarded. What this plat seems not to be as well-regarded as Angels In America rather stuns me. It bursts traditional theatrical story-tearing, constantly surprising in form as well as content.

Posted by KeithCurran on 10/16/2019 at 10:30 PM

Re: “Let's Hear It for the ... Boy?

Hi. Im Keith Curran, who wrote Walking The Dead (a now nearly un-Google-able play/production due to the success of a TV series I love, The Walking Dead). It is now 2019, and I have just managed to successfully come upon this review by using a convoluted, seventeen word Google search. I just want to say that reviewer Drovstova, aside from writing perhaps the most coherent review this, my second play has yet to receive (I have read reviews of productions in San Fran, LA, Florida, Kansas City, Brooklyn, Seattle, Dallas, Chicago, MICHIGAN, Boston, Toronto, London, Paris, MOSCOW, but too sadly missed this one), she has written a review that, because of her fluent, cobsmacking and very wise understanding of what I was trying to do (a play about a trans character first produced nearly twenty years ago, utterly baffled some, some who assumed Id dreamed the entire concept up myself, and those who derided the play, and its writer, for NOT writing exactly the kind of gay play this reviewer, and this writer, had grown weary of. I was so deeply moved. As tears still run down my cheeks, I NEEDED to say thank you for your the erudite, deeply unusual, and legitimate consideration of my work. As a major revival assembles itself for Off-Bway in 2020, the 20 year mark, I think I needed just this kind of, well, affirmation, to face once again the considerably less learned and compassionate applications of the New York Press. I thank you. Keith Curran

Posted by KeithCurran on 05/17/2019 at 1:00 PM

Re: “Let's Hear It for the ... Boy?

Hi. Im Keith Curran, who wrote Walking The Dead (a now nearly un-Google-able play/production due to the success of a TV series I love, The Walking Dead). It is now 2019, and I have just managed to successfully come upon this review by using a convoluted, seventeen word Google search. I just want to say that reviewer Drovstova, aside from writing perhaps the most coherent review this, my second play has yet to receive (I have read reviews of productions in San Fran, LA, Florida, Kansas City, Brooklyn, Seattle, Dallas, Chicago, MICHIGAN, Boston, Toronto, London, Paris, MOSCOW, but too sadly missed this one), she has written a review that, because of her fluent, cobsmacking and very wise understanding of what I was trying to do (a play about a trans character first produced nearly twenty years ago, utterly baffled some, some who assumed Id dreamed the entire concept up myself, and those who derided the play, and its writer, for NOT writing exactly the kind of gay play this reviewer, and this writer, had grown weary of. I was so deeply moved. As tears still run down my cheeks, I NEEDED to say thank you for your the erudite, and deeply unusual, legitimate consideration of my work. As a major revival assembles itself for Off-Bway, in 2020, the 20 year mark, I think I needed just this kind of, well, affirmation, to face one again the considerably less learned and compassionate applications of the New York Press. I thank you. Keith Curran

Posted by KeithCurran on 05/17/2019 at 12:50 PM

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