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is a 13-hour marathon featuring star of stage, small screen, and Underground Garage Radio fame, Van Zandt and hosted by his British Rock star, foppish, bon vivant "cousin," Rocky Rialto.
An early scene in which he tries to hustle a much younger, much hunkier man for rent money defies logic, and when Max meets his foppish, bourgeois uncle (Richard Irving in a splendid miniature) the two men don't register as being from the same planet, let alone the same family.
Another Canadian, countertenor Matthew White (as an overly foppish Bacchus), also sang well, although Drew Minter's direction of the role seemed tiresomely over the top.
Happily, though, several dancers shone in the cast I saw--Joshua Tuifua as an excellent foppish Catalabutte; Lauren Cuthbertson, a gracious and radiant Lilac Fairy who danced with fluidity and clarity; Mara Galeazzi, Iohna Loots, Sian Murphy, and Deirdre Chapman dainty as the various fairies.
Goodbar (1977), Cruising (1980), Basic Instinct (1992), and The Silence of the Lambs (1991), as well as by the foppish evil Prince Edward in Mel Gibson's Braveheart (1994).
But the author ruined it by making the third little pig a foppish chap with an elegant walking cane, derby, and British accent.
A FOPPISH London bookseller falls for one of Hollywood's biggest stars in this romantic comedy, starring Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts.
She will also be joining the foppish host (above) to discuss the highs and lows of her music career to date, as well as the recording of her new LP.
The best of these is foppish vampire king of Mississippi, Russell Edgington (Dennis O'Hare) who appears on horseback like a fairytale knight to 'rescue' Bill from the werewolves.
When, on Goodbye Parthenon's thumping electro opening line, he mumbles, "Lifted sisscors from a pharmacist, with the want to take them to my wrist," you fear the worst, at least until he "cuts these foppish locks, still, before this train arrives in Knoxville".
I mean, it's as pretty as all of the Twilight actors rolled into one foppish, brooding bloodsucker.