People, Oct. 21, 1974

"I'm not the kind of man who has been acceptable," says Lindsay Kemp, and so far, no one has really given him an argument. Kemp, 34, is the Scottish creator, director and star of an unusual Broadway entertainment called Flowers, in which bizarre, dream-tinged themes involving homosexuality, masturbation, drag parties and transvestism are set forth in mime and in music. On opening night Mick Jogger sent Kemp a basket of lilies, and the critics sent Kemp a bouquet of reviews in which outrage mingled with fascination. "I don't want to shock people," retorts...

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