Campus Times
April 8, 2005

photo by Chrissy Zehrbach

The Five Lesbian Brothers made an appearance at the Cabaret Theatre March 30 to give a “Simultaneously Hilarious and Subversive” performance as part of the Engendering Diversity and Community Conference. Following a question and answer period, the Brothers (Moe Angeles, Peg Healey, Dominique Dibbell and Lisa Kron) performed a reading from their newest play “Oedipus in Palm Springs” which will open in New York Aug. 2. The fifth Brother, Babs Davy, was on the East Coast and was unable to attend. The conference was organized by Zandra Wagoner, general education program director.

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