Charles Ludlam

Artistic Queens and Latin Lovers: Drop Dead Perfect Brings the Ridiculous Back to Manhattan
Everett Quinton and Joe Brancato discuss their latest play, the work of a mysterious unknown author.
The Mystery of Irma Vep
Two actors present a spectacle of ludicrous proportions in this 30th-anniversary remounting of Charles Ludlam's classic gothic farce.
Cross-Dressing and Quick-Changes With Kenneth Elliott, Director of Bay Street Theatre's The Mystery of Irma Vep
Elliott brings "theater of the ridiculous" back to the off-Broadway stage with Ludlam's 1984 horror send-up.
Charles Ludlam's Camille Returns to Its Downtown Roots
Director John V.N. Philip revives this Ridiculous play in the most appropriate of spaces: the basement bar of Orchard Street's Casa Mezcal.