Monday, January 9, 2017
This month at Queer|Art|Film, luminous screen legends collide with Ginger Rogers and Katharine Hepburn (and a little Lucille Ball) playing rivalrous actors living together in an all-woman “theatrical rooming house” in Gregory La Cava’s STAGE DOOR. Ambitions and sweethearts entangle; careers plummet and soar. Can friendship survive the turmoils of the theater? Presented by hilarious writer/performer Cole Escola (Difficult People), you’re sure to find out the answer, and a whole lot more. Escola jokes, “Wisecracking, the desperate pursuit of survival, and looking out for each other? What could be queerer!”
- Year 1937
- Running Time 92 minutes
- Director Gregory La Cava
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