Cal's Scripts

Christopher Street Photo
Recording
 Cal's Somebody's Angel Child

Set in 1950. Role of Brandi read by Guy Bishop. Voice is Rick Jacobi. Recorded in September 1979.

Line Forms in the Rear
This is from staged reading of Line Forms to the Rear, 
2009, Bud Coleman as Henry, an ex-drag queen.


Recording
The Line Forms to the Rear

 Performed by Bud Coleman at national convention
of the Association for Theatre in Higher Education,
August 2008.

Yeomans felt betrayed when directors and actors
edited his plays because they were too pornographic. He completed numerous other scripts (Malibu CanyonSwamp PlayA Conversation for the Duke and Duchess of WindsorOne Two Boy ManWet PaintStool PlayPrologue and Seven DialoguesTony and JimThe ReverendHibiscusAutumn DialogueEleventh Street Lady, and Rest in Peace, Queen, or Berma Returns to the Stage), but since he was independently wealthy, he had no economic need to have them produced.

Richmond Jim Poster
Scripts:

Richmond Jim

Sunsets Scripts:

Line Forms to the Rear

At the End of the Road

In the Shadow of A Rainbow



Sunsets Program




 Staged reading of Richmond Jim, 2008,
 in New York City From left to right:
Bud Coleman as Biddy, Alan Sikes as Jim,
Lionel Walsh as Mike

Recording

Richmond Jim 
This is from staged reading of Richmond Jim, 
2008, in New York City - Bud Coleman as Biddy, Alan Sikes as Jim, Lionel Walsh as Mike

Cal's first major success was Richmond Jim. It premiered in San Francisco at the newly formed Theatre Rhinoceros A scene from Richmond Jim. and was selected as the Best Gay Play of the Year (1979). It received the Cable Car Award for Outstanding Achievement in Drama when it was revived in 1980. It was also produced in Portland, Oregon, and was chosen to play at the First National Gay Arts Festival in New York City. 


For more information pertaining to the Cal Yeomans Collection in the 

Department of Special and Area Studies Collection at the University of Florida, 

please contact:

 Jim Liversidge, Curator

Popular Culture Collections

(352) 273-2759

  Email: jimlive@uflib.ufl.edu