"The artistic journey is an ongoing process of discovering who you are, and I'm still searching. You may have been dealt an odd hand, but instead of walking away from the game, keep playing. Magical things can happen." -- CB

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Kate Mulgrew and Charles Busch Discuss His Recent Historical Play, "Our Leading Lady"

Kate Mulgrew, former Star Trek icon and recent star of Charles Busch's historical play Our Leading Lady, chats with Busch about 19th century theater mover and shaker, Laura Keene (the actress who had insisted that Lincoln attend her performance the night he was assassinated), as well as Charles' library phobia (had he been beaten up by a gang of librarians?) and his next project:

Interviewer (jokingly): And we can next look forward to your Long Day's Journey into Night, now that you're in a more serious mode of writing...

CB: Yes, yes. My intention is to write a completely humorless play. Devoid of any humor.

KM (laughing): Oh, is there anything in it for me, darling?!

CB: Yes, my dear. Except - the first 3 hours will be in Ancient Yiddish.

To read the transcript, click here.

Kathleen Turner talks about "The Third Story" and Charles Busch on The Today Show

"The Third Story" with Kathleen Turner at the Lucille Lortel Theater

Die, Mommie, Die! - Live! Off-Broadway, 2007

A Very Serious Person - Trailer

Die Mommie Die! trailer

Psycho Beach Party trailer

The Tale of the Allergist's Wife

Linda Lavin, Tony Roberts, and Michele Lee perform a scene from Charles' hilarious Broadway hit at the 2001 Tony Awards.

A Few Career Highlights

Portraits of the Artist as a Man