Quentin Crisp - An Evening With Quentin Crisp mp3 album
Quentin Crisp (born Denis Charles Pratt; 25 December 1908 – 21 November 1999) was an English writer, raconteur and actor. From a conventional suburban background, Crisp enjoyed wearing make-up and painting his nails, and worked as a rent-boy in his teens. He then spent thirty years as a professional model for life-classes in art colleges.
Disc Two: Mr. Crisp answers questions written by members of the audience before the second part commenced. An Evening with Quentin Crisp opened at the Players Theatre, New York on December 20th, 1978 after engagements in New Haven, Toronto and Washington, DC. Made in Canada. Released in a fat-box jewel case with an insert.
The mission of the Quentin Crisp Archives is to celebrate the life and legend of Quentin Crisp. Also, included is the script for Quentin’s Alternative Christmas Message, broadcast on Britain’s Channel 4 in 1993, the script of his one-man show An Evening With Quentin Crisp and his collected poetry. THE LAST WORD: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY by Quentin Crisp.
Quentin Crisp's honesty, about everything and with himself, made his life valuable. He was emotionally far tougher than butchissimo guys in leathers at the bar, "carrying their helmets," as he said, "even though they've come by bus". He had been through and seen through love, sex, gender, fame, failure, poverty, 60 years of deep-pile dust carpeting bedsits, and John Hurt approximating his life in five wigs, mouse to mauve, in the televised version of Crisp's memoir, The Naked Civil Servant. His individuality was in demand. His second theatrical season was packed, and he upgraded himself to a later hour with An Evening with Quentin Crisp. He took advice from Harold Pinter and Bette Midler ("That's right, baby: smile") and was perfectly patient about playing in Chipping Norton, Mold, and major cities of Australia. And then he crossed the Atlantic. First to Toronto for a day to publicise Civil Servant.
Trust the imperturbably opinionated Quentin Crisp, 88, to speak the unspeakable: dispraise of the late, lugubriously lamented Princess Diana. Responding to one of several Diana-related queries in the Q&A portion of the slight but delightful "An Evening With Quentin Crisp," Crisp deemed Diana "terribly ungrateful" in going public with her unhappy marriage, and compared her unfavorably with the mannerly demeanor of the arguably more misused Mrs. John Kennedy. Trust the imperturbably opinionated Quentin Crisp, 88, to speak the unspeakable: dispraise of the late, lugubriously lamented Princess Diana.
Quentin Crisp was reluctantly born on Christmas Day in 1908. To his dismay, he found himself to be the son of middle-class, middlebrow, middling parents who lived in Sutton, a suburb of London, England. After an uneventful childhood, he was sent, between the ages of fourteen and eighteen, to a school in Derbyshire which was like a cross between a monastery and a prison. An Evening With Quentin Crisp The Naked Civil Servant.
93 quotes from Quentin Crisp: 'When I told the people of Northern Ireland that I was an atheist, a woman in the audience stood up and said, 'Yes, but i. .When I told the people of Northern Ireland that I was an atheist, a woman in the audience stood up and said, 'Yes, but is it the God of the Catholics or the God of the Protestants in whom you don't believe? Quentin Crisp, The Wit and Wisdom of Quentin Crisp. Tags: atheism, idiocy.
|B||Record One (Conclusion)||18:42|
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- Other [Devised By] – Richard Gollner
- Other [Production Supervised By] – Larry Forde
- Producer – Hugh Fordin
"File under original Broadway cast recordings."
Front cover sleevenotes: "Hillard Elkins, Bill Sargent present An Evening With Quentin Crisp, the naked civil servant. The complete 1979 New York performance, recorded live."
"Record One (Sides A&B): During the first part of the show, Mr. Crisp explains how he obtained his secrets for surviving and prospering in society. He also discusses his recommendations on how it is possible for everyone to develop a lifestyle
Record Two (Sides C&D): Mr. Crisp answers questions written by members of the audience before the second part commenced.
An Evening With Quentin Crisp opened at the Players Theatre, New York on December 20th 1978 after engagements in New Haven, Toronto and Washington D.C."
|DRED 2||Quentin Crisp||An Evening With Quentin Crisp (2xLP)||Cherry Red||DRED 2||UK||1981|
|CDM RED 325||Quentin Crisp||An Evening With Quentin Crisp (2xCD, Album)||Cherry Red||CDM RED 325||UK & Europe||2007|
|2-5188||Quentin Crisp||An Evening With Quentin Crisp (2xCD, Album, RE)||DRG Records||2-5188||US||1992|