Just a quick post to connect you with a review by David C. Jones of Out TV: http://www.outtv.ca/blog/2012/04/27/gay-stereotypes-too-camp-and-camping/
Riaan Smit as the hustler, Andrew Wade as Michael’s friend and Michael Barry Anderson as the unexpected straight guest did fine work in their underwritten roles.
I was really appreciative that I finally got to see this ‘notorious’ play and found the story funny and darkly moving.
Given that I felt it was my weakest performance of the run, I’m delighted to receive such high praise. I’m not sure I agree that my role is underwritten, however. True, I don’t get a big emotional moment for myself like most of the other characters, but I’m onstage for pretty much the entire show, from an extended opening scene to the powerful finale.
- The Boys In The Band (adewade.wordpress.com)