Actor’s Express announces an exciting late addition to the Winter Dark Nights Series: “CHARLES BUSCH featuring Tom Judson on the Piano”, for ONE NIGHT ONLY, on December 6 at 8pm. Actor, playwright, novelist, screenwriter, director, drag legend. Broadway and off-Broadway star, Charles Busch will grace the stage at Actor’s Express for this special engagement!
Tickets are $50 and are on sale now, at the box office (404-607-7469) or online at www.actors-express.com. Actor’s Express is located on the west side of Atlanta in the King Plow Arts Center at 887 W. Marietta Street, Suite J-107, Atlanta, Georgia 30318.
The King Plow Arts Center parking lot is under construction, but there are alternate lots and often shuttles and/or valet. Please visit the website and click on PLAN YOUR VISIT for up-to-the-minute information.
ABOUT CHARLES BUSCH
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. More information is available at charlesbusch.com.
THE REST OF THE SEASON:
Actor’s Express is thrilled about their 26th season. Check it out:
Six Degrees of Separation
by John Guare, directed by Freddie Ashley
Opens January 11
The rarified world of New York society is rocked by scandal when a charismatic young con artist enters its inner circle.
“Transports the audience…to the magical reaches of the imagination.” – New York Times
Maple and Vine
by Jordan Harrison, directed by Kate Warner
Opens March 22
An upwardly mobile couple reeling from heartbreak seeks refuge in a community of 1950s
re-enactors in this touching and comedic play.
“Wickedly satiric…funny and trenchant.” – Backstaged
End of the Rainbow
By Peter Quilter, directed by Freddie Ashley
Opens May 17
A searing portrait of the final days of Hollywood legend Judy Garland, featuring some of her most iconic songs.
“Jolting…Electrifying.” – New York Times