The Most Fabulous Story
Ever Told by Paul
gay apparel for the holidays and come see Paul Rudnick's gleefully
outrageous reinterpretation of Creation featuring Adam and Steve -
and Jane and Mabel! These innocently bawdy Garden-dwellers are on a
journey of wonder and exploration, from their bodily functions to
the names of the animals and, ultimately, to the nature of their
relationship with their Creator. Act II finds these same characters
at home in modern-day Manhattan, facing more down-to-earth issues:
one of them is dying, and one is about to give birth. At once
provocative and reverent, uproarious and deeply touching, this
nativity tale is sure to open your heart this season. Contains adult language, nudity and sexual
This production is
dedicated to the late Tony Babin, former Star Bar board member,
founder of Upstart Performing Ensemble and creator of the Gay
& Lesbian Theatre Festival, one of the first
of its kind in the country.
December 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 17, 18 &
20, 2011 - TWO WEEKS ONLY!
SPECIAL ENCORE PERFORMANCE DECEMBER 20 at 8PM! Thurs-Fri-Sat @8, Sundays @4. Sunday
shows are pay-what-you-can!
An Empty Plate in the
Café du Grand Boeuf by
This homage to Hemingway brings us another larger-than-life character: Victor may not be The Most Interesting Man in the World, but he's quite an enigma nonetheless. He owns the elegant Café du Grand Boeuf in Paris: sumptuously stocked and poised for year-round service… and open only to him. He arrives on this evening in 1961 fresh from the bullfights in Madrid, despondent over love, and announces to his horrified staff that he intends to commit suicide there, in the restaurant - by starving himself to death.
January 27 -February 12,
Othello, the Moor of
Local scene sensation George Spencer
(Bug, 2011) is the title role in Shakespeare's brooding, volatile tragedy of passion and betrayal. Star Bar has an intense vision for this searing season finale.
June 1 - 17, 2012