As a child in pre-war Berlin, Charlotte von Mahlsdorf wanted to wear pretty dresses and tend to her furniture collection. She would have made a perfect hausfrau; but Charlotte was a boy. In a surprisingly provocative mix of sex, politics, and history, Charlotte shares her story of triumph over the brutalities of both the Nazis and Communists to create a dignified life as an open cross-dresser. With over 40 characters, this one-man tour de force is the winner of the 2004 Tony Award for Best Play, the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Play. (olneytheatre)
Ich bin Transvestit: 'I Am My Own Wife'
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