Choose which channels you want to receive uncheck all to unsubscribe Gossip. Watching it played to a packed midweek house in Wimbledon, it struck me that — whatever my reservations about the current production — no piece of theatre has done as much to enhance gay self-esteem or encourage sexual tolerance. He is still very handsome but not the beauty he once was. He was unfortunately born in the worst possible era to be a musical theater dancer, but what a stud. You can thank the EU parliament for making everyone in the world click on these pointless things while changing absolutely nothing.
I wish he was my dad, R
ADRIAN ZMED GETS TOP ROLE IN `PRELUDE`
There is hilarious, subversive support from surely the most willing black 'maid' in history, Jacob Samson Ajewole who gets some of the finest sight gags — and costumes. I think a few years ago he played a talking head on 'Passions' I still think the show has done more, in the course of its year-history, to change hearts and minds than many more overtly political plays. If La Cage aux Folles struck an important, rarely acknowledged blow for tolerance and understanding, it still needs to be played with utter conviction. Bill Kenwright's production sees Eastenders' star John Partridge take on the role of Albin alongside Broadway actor Adrian Zmed as Georges in this witty musical number about drag artists and family values, in which the characters are forced to cover up their vibrant lifestyle. Adrian Zmed So hot back in the day--this song is dreck, but his body is unbelievable for the era this was pre-gym culture.
Very nice man and definetly not Gay. He always came off as a fucking dork. Yes indeed, we too use "cookies. I believe they even showed his routine. Cute, but always seemed like the bargain basement Tony Danza. La Cage Aux Folles Bill Kenwright's production sees Eastenders' star John Partridge take on the role of Albin alongside Broadway actor Adrian Zmed as Georges in this witty musical number about drag artists and family values, in which the characters are forced to cover up their vibrant lifestyle. But the title track has a spiky Weimar Republic undercurrent, and it's a hard heart that remains unmoved by Partridge's elegiac, yet ultimately triumphant rendition of Gay Pride anthem 'I Am What I Am'.