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Houston Voice, July 2, 2004 - File 023. 2004-07-02. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 14, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/2139/show/2132.

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Title Houston Voice, July 2, 2004
Contributor
  • Crain, Chris
  • Fisher, Binnie
Publisher Window Media
Date July 2, 2004
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
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Transcript 22 JULY 2, 2004 www.houstonvoice.com ' HOUSTON VOICE eclipse Gay actor Todd Waite finds fit in Christie's Hastings GAY ACTOR, continued from Page 16 "She saw a murder mystery on stage and said to herself, 'I could do that and do it better,'" he said. "Indeed she did." Waite, a gay actor, said Christie often wrote obvious gay characters into her plays and novels. Her characters were intriguing, but had she written herself into a plot, that character would have been equally fascinating. She was, after all, a woman who took a job in a hospital dispensary during World War I to learn about poisons. Though she's best known as a mystery writer. Christie also wrote romance novels under the nom de plume of Mary Westmacott. Then, there was her own little real-life mystery. Christie disappeared mysteriously on the evening of December 3,1926. By then, she already had a following of loyal mystery fans, and she left them trau- d MORE INFO Black Coffee' July 248 Alley Theatre 615 Texas Ave. 713-228-8421 www.alleytheatre.org matized. The police were certain her philandering husband. Col. Archibald Christie, had murdered her. Eleven days later, probably acting on a tip, police found the mysterious Mrs. Christie in a hotel in Yorkshire. The official line at the time was that she had suffered an attack of amnesia, but in a book written about the disappearance, Australian Jared Cade, claimed Christie staged the disappearance to embarrass her husband. Cade said sources close to the family told him that when Christie was found, she was checked into the hotel under the name of her husband's mistress. That plot might have made for a bestseller, but Christie stayed mum on the subject of those eleven days in 1926. In "Black Coffee," Poirot and Hastings are called to a Surrey manor house by Sir Claude Amory, a world-renowned physicist who fears someone is trying to steal his formula for a weapon that is critical to the defense of the realm. The two men end up investigating their client's untimely death. As Waite delves into Hastings, he has just finished the Alley production of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum." "I had a lot of fun doing 'Forum.' It is so goofy and vaudevillian," he said. He likened the experience to dining on gourmet food and suddenly diving into a hamburger and potato chips. Waite said the variety at the Alley is found very few places. The offerings range from new plays by unknown writers to the works of Edward Albee, Horton Foote, Shakespeare and others. It took that to lure him away from the Shaw Festival, the second largest company of its kind in Canada. "I came down here from Canada because the Alley was acknowledged as a premier theater," he said. The fact that he will soon get his U.S. citizenship sounds as though he plans to stay a while. Although he's single, Waite said he is involved with someone, and that relationship has potential. He likes to take it slow because when he does commit, he wants it to last. "I've said 'I love you' in that romantic way three times in my life, and those are my three best friends," he said. "The first guy I had sex with was in Amsterdam. I was 14 and he was 16.1 still talk to him every year." The Alley Theater is staging 'Black Coffee' as part of its Exxon Mobil Summer Chills Series. The next installment in the series, "Dial M for Murder," runs July 23-August 8. Todd Waite is cast as Capt Theatre production of Ag, DANNY T. JR & JIM A Present $mck $oyt> $^U 03 Vol II July 17ttuflfl each, Galveston n Guest House fi Commador an the Beach 31st St. & Seawall • Open 12 Noon - 2am UNDERCURRENT ED MESOAYS 10PM THURSDAYS 3PM: p? - Expect the Unexpected ' 'm with DJ TELEPORT JULY 4TH: Independence Celebratioi nt.net SLKetoco 'en. Pool, & Firewi JULY 17TH: h Boys Balls 04 Vi tmas in July WeB; JULY 24TH: . e Pajama Party - Stuffed Si JULY 25TH: as Dinner, RSVP HAPPY HOURS: 12 NOON - 8PM PARTY TIL 2AM SPECIAL EUENTS HOSTING DAILY DRNK SPECIALS PUUL, HOT MEN, DANCE FLOOR UPPER & LOWEH SUN DECKS awall • Galveston, Texas • 409-750-8571 e--i.Uirentgalveston.com Put olSELE in your summer at the co&vtet fawtique SAVES5 Save $10 on purchases OR on purchases of $25 or morel of $60 or morel orrsr vatttt through July 31.2004 www.eroticcabaret.com SCREEN ACTING CLASS -i*--**^7 713 532 2867 A^a^^ www.nextf4Ctor.coni yf^ M2« Richmond Ave, Suilc nd?>. Iloii.fni, Art of On CantCTa Aftlnj Audition Itu*ini<*ii( Stent Work 6 Character Voke&rloranmt flonolofac Improvisation ItaniMcy Method Hactment kntmt I" Payment Plan: 713 53-ACTOR vwmnextactor.com BARELY LEGAL MALE OR SHE-MALE ESCORTS 713-526-1531 IN/OUT CALLS • 24/7 www.BarelyLegalEscort5.com Selective Hiring
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