All The Kings Men (ATKM) is the multi-award winning, comedic, gender-bending performance troupe from Boston since April 2002. Performing to standing ovations and sold out houses from Los Angeles to London this unique troupe is three parts Tracey Ullman, a punch of Carol Burnett, and a pint of Jim Carrey playing between 20-50 gender blurring characters per performance. ATKM hold a mocking mirror to the construction of identity through destabilising the popular perception of gender boundaries; they strike at the heart of gender issues with performances as poignant as they are audacious. All The Kings Men seek to create unique and moving experiences that can educate, engage, and entertain your face off!
In their short history, ATKM has been honored to perform on a host of legendary stages including The Stella Adler Theater in Los Angeles, NYC’s historic Stonewall and The New Players Theater in London. They are also a favorite at many institutes of higher learning including Yale University, Smith College and MIT. Pride events include Boston, Rhode Island and the largest pride celebration in North America, Toronto.
In their first year their ever-changing show won Boston Phoenix’s “Best Kept Secret”. Just 2 years later they were named one of ten nationwide winners of Curve Magazine’s “Best Lesbian Theater” award alongside being featured in their magazine. Since then they have been nominated for a host of other awards and recognitions nationwide including “Best Burlesque”, “Best Comedy”, “Best Theatre Company” and “Best Dance Troupe”.
In June of 2011, All The Kings Men were newly honored as six of GO Magazine’s 100 Women We Love and most recently named winner of a GO Magazine 2011 Nightlife Award.
All The Kings Men is available for a wide variety of booking engagements including performances, workshops and Q & A’s for; festival, parade, private viewings, theatrical runs, cruises, college and university and other special events. Email them at email@example.com.
Since the documentary on All The Kings Men had its World Premiere on April 17, 2010 at the Atlanta Film Festival, screenings of the film have now taken place globally. After close to three years in the making, this intimate look at identity, sexuality, love, and ATKM’s performance art is Play in the Gray.
For the most up to date information go to www.PlayInTheGray.com.