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“What ARE lesbians?” A simple enough question, wouldn’t you think? What a lot of people might not know is that the Modern Lesbian has a rich history and culture that is fascinating, terrifying, and easily covered in a thorough PowerPoint. The Lesbian Exhibit gives museum patrons a glimpse into the exotic life of the homosexual female. Our friendly guides will teach you how they got here, what they’re doing now, and even some preventative measures you can take to keep healthy straight women from turning! SEE the Butch Lesbian shotgun an entire beer from the back of her U-Haul! SEE the Lipstick Lesbian as she camouflages herself in your local PTA meeting! SEE the Party Lesbian as her boyfriend watches her make out with his friend Stacey! We encourage you to take advantage of this unique window into another, stranger world, and to join us next month for the latest exhibit in the series: Black People with British Accents: Fact or Fiction?
Inman Theatre Company’s most recent original production, The Lesbian Exhibit, finds the audience as casual museum-goers, observing five women from outside their individual display cases. As the voice of the museum’s curator fades off, the women take control. Stepping out from behind their pristine prisons, rebellious Denise, practical Heidi, self-assured Elaine, acerbic Lisa, and somber Christine each tell their own story, defying the confines of the exhibit and trying to make sense of the world and themselves. The utterly heartfelt, thoroughly funny, and relentlessly honest new script by well-known local playwright, Will Inman (Estate Sale, Mir[and]a) is brought to life by a truly outstanding cast featuring (in no particular order) Haley Clarke, Abigail Boegh, Emile Adams, Caitlin Cash, and Liz Masters.