Weimar, Weimar, Weimar. From where we sit, we see a lot of artists fixated on the shadowy, sexualized drama of Berlin nightlife immediately pre-Nazi control. It's a powerful aesthetic, as fictionalized by the deathless film Cabaret and as represented elsewhere in drool-inducing pieces of art from that era, from jewelry to pornography. It was a gay old time, full of debauchery and drag queens, and that is why SF Boylesque, a very pretty all-boy burlesque troupe,... More >>>