A year and a half after premiering his one-man musical theatrical memoir Canned Ham at Dixon Place, Tom Judson returns to that same stage for an extended run of the new, expanded version of the show. Canned Ham is a theatrical memoir detailing Tom's life in all areas of show business: acting in Broadway musicals (Cabaret, 42nd Street) composing music for film and television (Whit Stillman's Metropolitan, Sesame Street) and the work for which he is probably most widely known, appearing in gay adult films as "Gus Mattox." Stories and songs are interwoven with visuals and musical numbers to describe a life that is extraordinary yet--because the story is bookended by the tale of his partner's death from AIDS--all too familiar to many. Tom accompanies himself on the piano, the accordion, the trumpet and nine other instruments - sometimes simultaneously.
NOTE: No one under 18 admitted. Canned Ham contains sexually explicit dialogue and imagery.