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BIBTBuddies in Bad Times (theater; est. 1979; Canada)
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In his 1995 essay, "Theorizing a Queer Theatre: Buddies in Bad Times," Robert Wallace suggests that Buddies in Bad Times Theatre is an "imaginative construction" whose "theatrical subjectivity;" like its mandate, is not fixed, but has been constantly evolving since the company began to produce work in 1979 (137).
Dans un article qui remonte a 1995, intitule << Theorizing a Queer Theatre: Buddies in Bad Times >>, Robert Wallace fait valoir que Buddies in Bad Times Theatre est une << construction imaginaire >> dont la << subjectivite theatrale >>, tout comme son mandat, n'est pas fixe mais en constante evolution depuis la fondation de la compagnie en 1979 (137).
In his 1995 essay, "Theorizing a Queer Theatre: Buddies in Bad Times," Robert Wallace suggests that Buddies in Bad Times Theatre is an "imaginative construction" whose "theatrical subjectivity," like its mandate, is not fixed, but has been constantly evolving since the company began to produce work in 1979 ("Theorizing" 137).
[...] What has been happening at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre in the last two years has been the definition of an aesthetic, as people learn that one doesn't have to be gay or lesbian to get involved, when people learn that queer theatre has as its common denominator a unique relationship with the audience--you come into the theatre assured of who you are and what you believe, but you leave the theatre all shook up.
Buddies in Bad Times is an artist-run, non-profit, queer theatre company committed to the development of radical new Canadian work.
Buddies in Bad Times Theatre is a Canadian, not-for-profit, professional queer theatre company dedicated to the promotion of lesbian and gay theatrical expression, and to creating an environment that supports the development of Queer Canadian Culture.
"Bad boys no more: David Oiye Heads Makeover at Buddies in Bad Times." eye magazine 30 September 1999:46.
"Stanley Looks for Buddies in Bad Times." Globe and Mail 25 March 1997: C1.
"Toronto Arts Council 1996 Operating Grant Application" Toronto: Archives of Buddies in Bad Times Theatre.
--."Theorizing a Queer Theatre: Buddies in Bad Times." Contemporary Issues in Canadian Drama.
Barrie, an expert in leading questions, was impressed by the students' mature and positive insights on the play, which is currently running at Toronto's homosexual Buddies in Bad Times theatre (funded by Metro Toronto at $230,000 for 2003).
BUDDIES IN BAD TIMES THEATRE, TORONTO AUGUST 15-24, 1997 REVIEWED BY LEWIS HERTZMAN