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LET THEM EAT CAKE NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW
Opening Night: December 2, 2010
Did He Like It?*
Let Them Eat Cake is the wedding nightmare your mother warned you about, a gay marriage gone wrong that asks the guests to salvage the situation by interrogating what it means to be married, single, gay, straight, commitment-phobic, a joiner, included or jeering from the outskirts. Come for the cake, if nothing else!
Holly Hughes is a writer and performer. She takes pride in driving Jesse Helms to his grave and she wishes she could have done it a little quicker. She is a 2010 Guggenheim Fellow, an Obie award winner, recipient of grants from NYSCA, NYFA, the MAP Fund and even from the NEA, when they used to do crazy things like funding living artists. She is the author of "Clit Notes: A Sapphic Sampler" and the forthcoming: "Memories of the Revolution," co-edited with Alina Troyano. She is an Associate Professor at the University of Michigan where she co-directs the BFA in Performance.
Downtown Stalwarts Flock to a Gay Wedding
*By JASON ZINOMAN
Published: December 15, 2010
"One of the often overlooked accomplishments of the experimental theater scene in New York is the longevity of its major figures. Richard Foreman and the Wooster Group have been producing consistently for decades. Following them, artists like Richard Maxwell and the Elevator Repair Service have built long, fertile careers without the usual detours to Hollywood made by more mainstream artists. There is a real pleasure not only in following these artists as they evolve over years, but also in their kind of often elusive work, which provides valuable and revealing context. "
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