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The Lady in Question Is Charles Busch should prove quite enticing for the legions of fans who have followed him throughout his career.
Affectionately observed, nimbly edited (and perhaps a mite overly reverent) documentary.
An affectionate tribute to the drag artist who has been a Manhattan institution for more than 20 years.
The Lady in Question Is Charles Busch rarely stops genuflecting long enough to let its hair down.
Busch's own personality, and the way the directors use the director/playwright's own dialogue and delivery to illustrate aspects of his life, give this documentary a resonance and playfulness missing in all too many bio pics.
Invaluable as theater history.
An absolute orgy of Busch memorabilia, which will satisfy devotees and pique the interest of the uninitiated.
he's as entertaining out of drag as in it
might be best enjoyed on TV at home.
Catania and Ignacio's film works best on the level of straightforward biography told through the reminiscences of friends, family, members of Busch's Lost-in-Limbo theatrical troupe and, best of all, Busch himself.
Performer, performance artist, playwright and all-around charmer, Busch is someone it's hard to get enough of.
Charles Busch, the 1980's fringe-theater fixture, celebrated playwright, novelist, stage director and drag performer, who in recent years has made the jump to film as well, can now add 'subject of documentary' to his formidable list of accomplishments.
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