It was, as Sarah said, a crowd-pleaser for affluent gay men. I wondered how much of that slant would be there given the basic "dead gay playwrights" theme, and the answer was quite a lot. S'okay, it was pretty funny. And their portrayal of, for instance, Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas were the kind of thing straight folks have more trouble getting away with :-)
It *did* mean that I thought the Judy Garland interlude was overdone, but it could have been much worse.