Category Archives: Appearance

Tales of the City Concert Will Play Broadway’s Music Box Theatre

BY ANDREW GANS FEB 21, 2017 The cast will include Betsy Wolfe, Justin Vivian Bond, and Wesley Taylor. The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center will present the New York City premiere of the musical version of Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the … Continue reading

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Talking With Armistead Maupin :: Telling Tales in Ptown

by Jim Halterman Contributor Friday Jul 8, 2016 We know that Armistead Maupin is a great storyteller from his legendary “Tales of the City” book series and other novels he’s penned over the years, and this weekend he is also going to … Continue reading

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Chorus pays homage to heroes

by David-Elijah Nahmod 4/7/2016 The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus pays homage to the distinguished gay author Armistead Maupin in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the first installment of Maupin’s serialized novel Tales of the City appearing in the … Continue reading

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The Arts of Fiction and Onstage Conversation

By Leah Garchik April 3, 2016 Last Tuesday, Armistead Maupin was presented with the 2016 Mayor’s Art Award at an event hosted by ArtCare: Friends of the San Francisco Arts Commission. Mayor Ed Lee praises Maupin for his “Tales of … Continue reading

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Did you know?

Armistead Maupin made a guest appearance on “Frasier” as a caller named “Gerard”.   The episode originally aired January 16, 1996 and is titled “The Friend” (Season 3, Episode 11).  The episode may be found on on Netflix, or HuluPlus. .   … Continue reading

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Leave Like a Lady

WENDY MAYER-LOCHTEFELD WEDNESDAY, 28 JANUARY 2015 Armistead Maupin delivers his final book in the beloved ‘Tales of the City’ series. Before there was Sex and the City, there was Tales of the City, Armistead Maupin’s raucous celebration of life in … Continue reading

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The gay heart of San Francisco

Armistead Maupin concludes ‘Tales of the City’ by Elizabeth Schwyzer / Mountain View Voice For 40 years, his novels have defined San Francisco: the home of counterculture, a haven for hippies, artists and writers, the capital of free speech and … Continue reading

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