Back when camp was truly funny -- before send-ups of obscure operas and terrible old movies became prime time TV staples -- Charles Busch elevated it to an art form. His crazy campathons trapped theater audiences in cheesy '60s drive-ins, where he spoofed the best of Tinseltown's worst. In Busch's shows, story comes second to rarefied references to Norma Shearer and Delmer Daves, and the ingénue is usually played by a... More >>>