Chanteuse: A Survival Musical
Written by and starring Alan Palmer; Music by David Legg
January 13-23, 2022

Tens of thousands of gay men were the damnedest of the damned, the outcasts among the outcasts in the concentration camps — an estimated 50,000 — and virtually all of them perished. This is one gay man’s story of struggle to avoid imprisonment by taking on his late landlady’s identity and becoming a female chanteuse in the supper clubs of Berlin in 1933. Chanteuse is written and performed by Alan Palmer, with music by David Legg, and directed by Dorothy Danner.

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