Wearing a deep brown jacket, black turtle-neck and dark, imperfect beard, David Bergman stands in a Towson coffee bar reading his poetry aloud. Despite the gurgle and whoosh of espresso machines, his slow, deep voice draws near even those who might pass by. Already about 50 people have gathered on this wintry December evening to listen to the Towson State University professor.
When police raided the Stonewall Inn, a popular gay bar in the Greenwich Village section of New York City on June 28,the street erupted into violent protests that lasted for the next six days. The Stonewall riots, as they came to be known, marked a major turning point in the modern gay civil rights movement in the United States and around the world. Mobley Samual Murkofsky Alfredo del Rio.
He teaches classes in American musical theatre, the history of directing, the films of Woody Allen, stage management, and acting, and has directed frequently at UCSD. He is currently working on a book about innovative musicals. Virginia Anderson is an Assistant Professor of Theatre at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, where she teaches courses in a variety of aspects of theatre history and directs each year for the main stage.
Troubled comedian Katt Williams targeted actor and fellow comedian Jamie Foxx during a recent stand-up gig, alleging that the actor is secretly gay and blasting him for taking a role in the racially-charged flick "Django Unchained. Jamie Foxx," said the comedian. Williams continued with a tirade against Foxx.
A blog that discusses a range of issues from an African-American gay male perspective. The Last Laugh is a special feature on loldarian. Ryan Lee.
Obie-award-winning performer and writer Peggy Shaw has been playing her gender-bending performances on Off Broadway, regional, and international stages for three decades. Co-founder of the renowned troupe Split Britches, Shaw has gone on to create memorable solo performances that mix achingly honest introspection with campy humor, reflecting on everything from her Irish-American working-class roots to her aging butch body. This collection of Shaw's solo performance scripts evokes a year-old grandmother who looks like a year-old man in her classic Menopausal Gentleman ; a mother's ambivalent ministrations to a daughter she treated like a son in the raw You're Just Like My Father ; Shaw's love for her biracial grandson, for whom she models masculinity in the musically punctuated To My Chagrin ; and a mapping of her body's long, bittersweet history in the lyrical Must: The Inside Storya collaboration with the UK's Clod Ensemble. The book also includes a selection of Shaw's other classic monologues and an extensive introduction by Jill Dolan, Professor of English and Theater and Dance at Princeton University and the blogger behind The Feminist Spectator website.
Dorien Wilson born July 5, is an American actor who is best known for his role as Professor Stanley Oglevee on the UPN sitcom The Parkersthe spin-off series of Moeshawhich first ran from toand for his recurring role as Terrence Winningham on the sitcom Sister, Sister from to He was born on July 5,to his parents in Lompoc, California and has two siblings, sister Savita Carothers and late brother, Jamont David Wilson, who died in He had a recurring role as Terrence on Sister, Sister.
Hidden gay life of macho hip hop stars A former MTV executive reveals a homosexual subculture in an aggressively male business Paul Harris in New York Sunday May 11, The Observer American rap music is an industry ruled by machismo. It is a place where reputations are made by shady pasts, the aura of violence and ultra-masculinity. But now an explosive new book is lifting the lid on one of hip hop's most unexpected secrets: that many people in the business are gay. Terrance Dean, a former executive at music channel MTV, has penned a memoir of his life and times in the hip hop industry as a gay man.