"Girls who are boys/Who like boys to be girls/Who do boys like they're girls/Who do girls like they're boys." The chorus to Blur's gender-bending "Girls and Boys" is an homage to the notion that maybe the lines that differentiate masculinity and femininity are less defined than Pat Robertson might think. After all, many men are more convincing femmes than those born with XX chromosomes. This is hardly news—Elizabethan playwrights had men in drag onstage for all the female roles. Five hundred years later, the opposite is happening at the Dallas Theater Center as seven women take on a... More >>>