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The Lady in Question Is Charles Busch (2005)

Tender and upbeat, THE LADY IN QUESTION IS CHARLES BUSCH is the affectionate and entertaining tribute to actor, writer, drag performer, and glamorous leading lady Charles Busch.

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Cast

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Leading Lady
Eric Myers ...
Leading Man
Elizabeth Busch-LeNe ...
Sister #2
Margaret Busch ...
Sister #1
Carl Andress ...
Director / Best Friend
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Sidekick
Arnie Kolodner ...
Male Lead
Andy Halliday ...
Childhood Friend
Kenneth Elliott ...
Director
Theresa Aceves ...
Ingenue
Katherine Carr ...
Stage manager
Edward Taussig ...
College Roommate (as Ed Taussig)
Jeff Melnick ...
Manager (as Jeffry Melnick)
Bina Sharif ...
East Village Friend
Billy Wheelan ...
Silent Film Actor
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Tender and upbeat, THE LADY IN QUESTION IS CHARLES BUSCH is the affectionate and entertaining tribute to actor, writer, drag performer, and glamorous leading lady Charles Busch.

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Photos from Charles Busch days at Limbo Lounge appear at the end credits. See more »

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An inspirational journey
20 September 2014 | by (Earth) – See all my reviews

This documentary tells the journey of Charles Busch, the legendary drag performer who makes it onto the mainstream Broadway shows through his incredible talent and hard work.

I have not heard of Charles Busch before, but this documentary gives me a pretty good sense of his work through the generous use of footages of his theater productions. His quick rise to fame is chronicled in detail, and it's a very interesting story. The transition from the rest village, gradually moving up and onto big things is lifted right out of an inspirational film, and I found myself very moved by his journey.

It's unusual that a documentary can move me to the point of tears. Not only that, it also makes me very interested to watch Charles Bush's work.


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