began its run this week at Buddies in Bad Times theatre. It was inspired by an essay Lady Gaga - or shall I say, Stefani Germanotta - wrote while she was studying at NYU. The show incorporates an excerpt from the paper, which proved to me that she can not only write lyrics, but a solid essay too.
Wow a whole essay on Lady Gaga, someone needs to get a life, its pop music, and most people aren’t stupid, they know how pop music works. But to feel the need to write something so long and so opinionated, it’s something you keep to yourself, because when your opinion and lack of evidence are simply attacking others, you need to go and take a long hard look at yourself, that you could be doing something more profound with your time then writing about just another person who has reached fame.
Essay on lady gaga | Business philosophy paper
Inspired by an essay Lady Gaga wrote while studying at NYU, Of A Monstrous Child chronicles an encounter between one of her obsessed fans (played by Lil Monster, Tyson James) and performance legend Leigh Bowery (Broadway star Bruce Dow). The iconic Bowery gives a crash course in the history of queer performance, trotting out a virtual who’s who of artists, academics and celebrities whose work has been appropriated by our Mother Monster.