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Stone

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Members say: Delightful, Musical, Queer, Political, Historical

About the show

Part of the Corkscrew Festival. "Stone" is a collaborative play inspired by Leslie Feinberg's seminal novel "Stone Butch Blues" about butch solidarity and gay community organizing in the 1960s. More…

From the show:

Morgaine Gooding-Silverwood’s "Stone" honors Leslie and other overlooked butch heroes of the 1960s. The inter-generational piece is a devised work of historical fiction based on the very real legacy of butch solidarity and gay community organizing that took place as a response to the police violence and anti-crossdressing ordinances of the era. Stone is an homage, a celebration, a love letter and a reflection.     


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MEMBERS SAY:

Delightful, Musical, Queer, Political, Historical

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Political, Historical, Queer, Musical, Delightful

See it if you’d like to see a vibrant evocation of dyke bar from before Stonewall, a time when gender-bending risked police action.

Don't see it if you have no interest in queer history or the stories of queer individuals.

Also “Stone” gets so much right. It evokes a lesbian bar of the 1960s, a ti... Read more Read less


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