Ten years after "The Great Immensity," received a National Science Foundation grant that drew the ire of Congressional Republicans, The Civilians' Artistic Director Steve Cosson discusses the complicated relationship between the government and arts organizations.
This episode — the second in our podcast series based on Dr. George W. Henry’s “Sex Variants: A Study of Homosexual Patterns” — features live recordings from a show we produced at Joe’s Pub in NYC. Actor Trey Lyford plays Dr. Henry, with Kate Buddeke and Dan Domingues portraying actual study participants. Also, Jessie Shelton and Nathan Dame sing “That Crazy Business,” a song Andrea Grody wrote about a case study. And closing the episode, César Alvarez and the Lisps (Sammy Tunis, Eric Farber, and Lorenzo Wolff) sing their song “The Future Looks Very Fine,” based on another participant.
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