Author Archives: Dennis
Queen Mob’s Teahouse published my latest essay in the “30 Years a Dresser” series. Check it out! Theatre While Intoxicated
Years ago, I did a wonderful production of The Little Foxes. Another installment of “30 Years a Dresser” at Queen Mob’s Teahouse. Lillian Hellman and Jenny Craig
Queen Mob’s Teahouse just published a new essay of mine. When I was 15, I played Ito, the Asian houseboy, in the musical MAME. Years later, I dressed the actor who played Ito on Broadway with Angela Lansbury. Ito
My latest 30 Years a Dresser column for Queen Mob’s Teahouse is up. IATSE
The next installment of my Thirty Years A Dresser column is posted at Queen Mob’s Teahouse. This one is titled, “Earnest With Debra Messing” Debra Messing.
The sixth essay for my 30 Years a Dresser column was posted yesterday at Queen Mob’s Tea House. I enjoyed working with Lynn Redgrave. I wish I could say the same for “Betty”. Lynn Redgrave and Betty
Just got back from Saint and Sinner’s LGBT Literary Festival in New Orleans where I was a presenter and served on the memoir and short story panel discussions. Had a wonderful time!
I’m pleased as punch to see my essay about my time dressing Into the Woods. The story is part of a series that Queen Mob’s Teahouse asked me to do about my career in professional theatre. Into the Woods
Queen Mob’s Tea House published the second in my series of essays about my thirty years spent working as a dresser for theatre. I have told this story about working on Agnes of God since 1986. It is wonderful to … Continue reading