(Hilton Als's Critic's Notebook appeared in the New Yorker, 2/15.)
Lost and Found
In the nineteen-seventies, Charles Ludlam, the founder of the Ridiculous Theatrical Company, started to make two films. But by the time he died, of complications from AIDS in 1987, the movies, both silent, were still not finished. “The Sorrows of Dolores” and “Museum of Wax,” as they were titled, will be screened as part of the filmmakers Ira Sachs and Adam Baran’s essential “Queer/Art/Film” series, at IFC, on Feb. 22.
Visit Stage Voices blog: http://stagevoices.typepad.com/stage_voices/