Studly opens in San Francisco
BY Advocate.com Editors
June 20 2001 12:00 AM ET
Studly, a self-styled cabaret of sexual differences, opens Wednesday, June 20, as part of the National Queer Arts Festival in San Francisco. The piece is written and performed by Lisi DeHaas and relates the story of a young woman who comes to grips with the fact that both she and her father are gay. The evening will also feature live piano arrangements and performance by Jude Navari. Studly runs through June 22 at Venue 9, 252 9th St. For information call (415) 289-2000, or visit either the theater Web site at venue9.com or the festival Web site at queerculturalcenter.org.
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