B.D. Wong Wednesday 6th July 2011 Opening night after party for the Off-Broadway production of 'The Judy Show My Life As A Sitcom' New York City, USA
B.D. Wong Saturday 26th June 2010 Barefoot Wine & Bubbly reception for 'Celebrity Autobiography, Special Gay Pride Performance' held at the Barefoot Wine Foot Fetish Lounge at the Gramercy Theater New York City, USA
B.D. Wong Tuesday 9th June 2009 UJA-Federation of New York's Leadership awards dinner at Pier Sixty at Chelsea Piers New York City, USA
B.D. Wong Saturday 15th November 2008 San Francisco 10th Annual Gala benefiting amfAR for AIDS Research, held at Four Seasons hotel San Francisco, California
B.D. Wong Thursday 17th April 2008 Opening Night of the new musical 'A Catered Affair' held at the New York Hilton on 6th Avenue. - After Party New York City, USA
A handsomely stylish, semi-punk, drug-culture updating of the wronged-man's-revenge film noir plot, "The Salton Sea" has one of the most enticingly, quintessentially film noir opening scenes I've ever seen.
Picture this: Val Kilmer, dressed as a hep cat who just finished a gig at a downtown jazz club, sits on the floor of his burning apartment. Leaning on a wall, silhouetted against the orange flames, he's playing his trumpet and bleeding -- possibly to death -- from a gunshot wound. A bag full of money lies beside him with wads of bills spilling out onto the floor beside him.
"My name is Tom Van Allen. Or Danny Parker. I honestly don't know any more," he breathes in a honeyed, genre-perfect voice-over. "You can decide -- yeah, maybe you can help me, friend. You can help me decide who I am. Avenging Angel? Judas Iscariot? Loving husband? Trumpet player? Speed freak?"
Continue reading: The Salton Sea Review
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