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Gold Dust Orphans
When three of Boston’s scene-defining artistic institutions—the American Repertory Theatre, the Huntington Repertory Theatre and the Institute of Contemporary Art—team together to host three consecutive days of boundary-breaking performance art, you take a seat and pay attention. Continue reading
“Living out his never ending childhood on the island of Provincetonia, Peter Pansy is the leader of all things lavender! He’s the gayest boy on earth! Hooray!” If you’ve already guessed this is the newest production of Ryan Landry and the Gold Dust Orphans at Machine, simply one of the greatest things about Boston, feel free to pat the tickets in your pocket and turn the page. If not, Peter Pansy is a “music adventure in faggotry” wherein our hero thwarts the “Cock-O-Dial,” avoids the “Blue Booty Lagoon” and gets everyone hooked on “Pixie Dust.” Oh yes. The greatest.
[Fri 5.6.11. Until 5.29.11. 1254 Boylston St., Boston. 617.265.6222. Times vary/21+/$35-$45. machine-boston.com]