By Kestryl Cael Lowrey. Radclyffe Hall was a butch who swaggered her way through the early 20th century. She smoked green cigars, had innumerable affairs, and wrote the censored lesbian classic, 'The Well of Loneliness.' This pseudo-historical solo performance weaves stories from Radclyffe's life with what England's second most notorious invert would say about queer life today, such as: "what happened to 'romantic friendships'? What the hell is a 'genderqueer?! And where can a butch get a good haircut in this town?!?"