Near the end of his recent T magazine essay on queer theater and the landmark plays of Mart Crowley (The Boys in the Band), Tony Kushner (Angels in America), Larry Kramer (The Normal Heart), Harvey Fierstein (Torch Song Trilogy), and Paul Rudnick (Jeffrey), Jesse Green wrote:
“Among the new works I’ve actually seen, the only… piece that rises to the level of those I’ve beatified is Taylor Mac’s A 24-DECADE HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC… Miraculously, it combines Kushner’s vision, Kramer’s anger, Crowley’s cattiness, Fierstein’s warmth and Rudnick’s wit (plus a whole lot else) into one subversive astonishment…”*
Prepare to be astonished as Taylor brings his complete magnum opus to Los Angeles, starting this week. Each chapter in this CAP UCLA presentation in downtown L.A. comprises a 6-hour performance.
TAYLOR MAC—A 24-DECADE HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC
CHAPTER 1 (1776-1836), Thursday, March 15, at 6 pm.
CHAPTER II (1836-1896), Saturday, March 17, at 6 pm.
CHAPTER III (1896-1956), Thursday, March 22, at 6 pm.
CHAPTER IV (1956-2016), Saturday, March 24, at 6 pm.
THEATRE AT ACE HOTEL, 929 South Broadway, downtown Los Angeles.