bisexuals, classical, Gay Composers, operaNov 3rd, 2010 | No Comments
Bernstein’s “A Quiet Place”
New York City Opera
October 30, 2010
“Bernstein’s Trouble in Houston” was how one headline put it after the 1983 premiere at the Houston Grand Opera of “A Quiet Place,” the dark, family drama that was conceived as a sequel to his effervescent 1952 one-act “Trouble in Tahiti.” When George Steel announced a revival for his second season as general and artistic director of the...
Albany NY, bisexuals, comedy, gay singer/songwriters, transexualsSep 27th, 2009 | No Comments
Is Margaret Cho not getting it enough? Because she sure talks about it an awful lot. Sex that is.
When she walked on stage of the Swyer Theatre in The Egg on Saturday night in Albany, she got down on her knees to discuss — and demonstrate — the difficulty of maintaining proper ergonomics when pleasing a man. Intimate acts and private body parts continued to be the overarching theme of the night. For an anatomy...
Albany NY, bisexuals, comedy, GLTB performersSep 24th, 2009 | No Comments
Margaret Cho made her reputation with her mouth, which is as funny as it is foul. The stand up comic, who appears Saturday night at The Egg in Albany, has developed a cult following through live performance, various television appearances and several concert films. Through it all, she’s found humor in cringe inducing topics like exploring her bisexual side, the embarrassment of returning rented porn videos late, and...