"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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"The Lady in Question" wins raves!

Read the NY Times review:

"What Genius Cast This Play?" by NAOMI SIEGEL

"A free wheeling satire of patriotic 1940’s thrillers such as “Notorious” and “Escape”, “The Lady in Question” tells the suspenseful tale of Gertrude Garnet, the most glamorous concert pianist on the international stage. On tour in 1940 Bavaria, her colossal self-absorption is challenged when a handsome American professor engages her aid in rescuing his mother from a Nazi prison." (from charlesbusch.com)

Charles recently reprised his role as Gertrude Garnet in a revival of his 1989 play at the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor, NY. Directed by Christopher Ashley, the cast included Julie Halston, recreating her original off-Broadway role, Candy Buckley, Richard Kind, Matt McGrath, Barrett Foa, Perry Ojeda, Larry Keith and Ana Reeder.

Paul McCartney with Charles

Charles with two Julies: Andrews and Halston

Celebrities including Alan Alda, Julie Andrews, Alec Baldwin, Matthew Broderick, Kate Burton, Angela LaGreca, Pia Lindstrom, Paul McCartney, John McDaniel, Lorne Michaels, Cynthia Nixon, Sarah Jessica Parker, Marc Shaiman and Renée Zellweger have attended performances.

Read the BroadwayStars interview with Charles and other cast members by Michael Portantiere.

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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