The Lisbon Traviata
Terrence McNally’s Lisbon Traviata investigated male homosexual relationships and two men’s love for opera singer Maria Callas. The production was set in present day Bangkok. Adapted and directed by Loni Berry. Four nominations for The International Association of Theatre Critics (IATC) Awards. Winner of Best Male Performer (Steven Frye) and Best Production.
The Lisbon Traviata gained critical acclaim in 1989 when it was produced by the The Manhattan Theater Club in New York City. The play centers around two homosexual male friends, both tremendous opera fans, one of which is on the verge of losing his male lover to a much younger man. The friends are particularly fond of opera singer Maria Callas and the play takes its name from Callas’ 1958 performance of “La Traviata” in Lisbon, Portugal.
Cast: Steven Fry, Pan Narkprasert, David Sef, and Steven Ward
Lighting & Scenic Design: Kristjan Agu
Costume Design: Kelly B. Jones
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