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It seems fitting to close this page with a tribute to the actor who worked everywhere. CHARLES STANLEY was a tragedian, a comedian, a dancer, and a travesty actor–sometimes all at once–so he seemed to fit in everywhere. Above you see him at left at Theatre Genesis in his own King of the Sun, at far right at Judson Church in Black and White and Sparkle Plenty with his frequent collaborator, DEBORAH LEE, and center, that’s CHARLES’ mop of hair poking out of a gigantic cloak at Westbeth in JEAN-CLAUDE VAN ITALLIE’s A Fable. CHARLES certainly did fit in everywhere. AL CARMINES asked my help informing people of CHARLES’ death. I called 30 or 40 men and women CHARLES had worked with, most of whom gasped, “He was my lover, you know.” King of the Sun photo by JAMES D. GOSSAGE.

It seems fitting to close this page with a tribute to the actor who worked everywhere. CHARLES STANLEY was a tragedian, a comedian, a dancer, and a travesty actor–sometimes all at once–so he seemed to fit in everywhere. Above you see him at left at Theatre Genesis in his own King of the Sun, at far right at Judson Church in Black and White and Sparkle Plenty with his frequent collaborator, DEBORAH LEE, and center, that’s CHARLES’ mop of hair poking out of a gigantic cloak at Westbeth in JEAN-CLAUDE VAN ITALLIE’s A Fable. CHARLES certainly did fit in everywhere. AL CARMINES asked my help informing people of CHARLES’ death. I called 30 or 40 men and women CHARLES had worked with, most of whom gasped, “He was my lover, you know.” King of the Sun photo by JAMES D. GOSSAGE.

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