Queer Art / Queer Failure

@article{Takemoto2016QueerA,
  title={Queer Art / Queer Failure},
  author={Tina Takemoto},
  journal={Art Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={75},
  pages={85 - 88}
}
Alone on stage in the heat of the spotlight, she is sweating and her heart is pounding as she strains to detect any signs of laughter beyond the layers of cheap polyester and foam encasing her body. This act was a bad idea. Perhaps the drunken flight attendant routine would have been funnier. Now she is stuck on her hands and knees wearing a banana suit. Shit . . . For the queer stand-up comic, it doesn’t get much worse. Tammy Rae Carland conjures up a comedian’s worst nightmare in her series… 
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