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En route to Graceland, testing the boundaries of gender

Mal Malme, Renée C. Farster, and Kathy Wittman in Queer Soup Theater’s production of “We All Will Be Received.’’ Mal Malme, Renée C. Farster, and Kathy Wittman in Queer Soup Theater’s production of “We All Will Be Received.’’ (Amy J. West)
By Sandy MacDonald
Globe Correspondent / March 16, 2010

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When it comes to cross-dressing, drag queens seem to get all the play. For several decades now, they’ve been positively mainstreamed: Dame Edna is back on Broadway for a third time, and Portia is a regular on “The Wanda Sykes Show.’’ Yet if you try to think of a female-to-male counterpart, the roster is a near-blank: New York’s emcee-about-town Murray ... (Full article: 609 words)

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