T-SHIRTS

……………….Story Sequence Photos by Wren de Antonio………………….
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7 Responses to “T-SHIRTS”

  1. RESUME/Links to Online Works « Robert Patrick's Personal Blog Says:

    […] https://pointlessplea.wordpress.com/2010/06/17/blue-is-for-boys-1984-album/   T-SHRTS, NYC, 1980: https://pointlessplea.wordpress.com/2010/06/11/t-shirts/   1 NOTES ON PRODUCTION: How To produce “Kennedy’s Children”  […]

  2. Gwin DeMatteo Says:

    This was the first gay play I ever saw (Portland, 1980?) Later, I read Kennedy’s Children (You were already my hero). Then I moved to LA and I got to meet you. Thank you for casting me and directing me in Beaux Arts Ball. (I was Madame Seurat – Dana Winkelman). I’m sorry I did not have the artistic nor emotional maturity at that time. It was a joy to work with you.

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  4. David Clayton Says:

    A production of T-Shirts was presented in Dallas, Texas, in the early 1980s, with John Sheridan as Kink, Buck Massey as Marvin and Troy Rash as Tom. It was directed by David Clayton.

    • Robert Says:

      Have you photos?

      • David Clayton Says:

        Dear Mr. Patrick, unfortunately no photos exist of the Dallas production of T-Shirts in 1982. However, there is a poster from the production which can be seen here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NY4RD3iPZkgo8fbWy_scEvPPGGSxrIWP/view?usp=sharing
        All of the participants in the production were graduates of the Experience Weekend workshop founded by Dr. Rob Eichberg (co-founder of National Coming Out Day) and David Goodstein, publisher of the Advocate (newspaper at that time). John Sheridan passed away in the mid-80s; Buck Massey died in the mid-90s, but not before raising a lot of hell as a Democratic activist in ruby-red Republican Texas. Troy Rash is still living in Texas and selling antiques. David Clayton retired to Madrid, Spain, where he observes the collapse of the American empire with Sparger-like detachment. Thank you for a lifetime of art and vision.

  5. Robert Says:

    OOOO, thank you! What a great poster! If I can figure out how to, I’ll certainly add it to this page!

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