Sep 21, 2021
Virginia, Mark and Jordan forge further into Doric Wilson's Now She Dances! as the play approaches its climax. For this episode's history break, we start exploring a critical source and inspiration for the play - The Trials of Oscar Wilde.
Episode Nine ETA - October 5, 2021.
Episode transcript and links to the following resources are available at outlinespod.com
Read the play! Download Doric Wilson's Now She Dances!
Read up on the playwright - Doric Wilson
Learn more about TOSOS at tososnyc.org
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The Townhouse - Club's official website
Achilles, Antinous, et al - Homosexuals in History blog post
Alfred Taylor - Educational resource site
"Bruce" implying gay - Listserv of examples
Bowers v. Hardwick - Case breakdown on Oyez.com
Breonna Taylor - Grassroots Law Project case page
Compulsory Heterosexuality - Examination of Adrienne Rich Essay
Samson & Delilah - YouTube trailer for 1949 film
Gross Indecency / sodomy laws - 1885 Labouchere Amendment information
Marquess of Queensberry - Wikipedia page
About the Trials of Oscar Wilde - General Info (with links to transcripts, other resources)