Queerguru talka with SAM MORRISON about his new show SUGAR DADDY on of the very best queer stand-ups that you should not miss

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28 year SAM MORRISON is a charismatic queer stand-up comedian who is extremely hilarious, Like so many others in his field Morrison draws on his own personal experiences for his very witty and authentically funny act. So when his boyfriend was a victim of the Covid Epidemic, Morrison used his stand-up to exorcise his grief,. This is not an obvious outlet for such a wealth of heart-string-pulling memories, but to his outstanding credit, Morrison pulls it off with such style. and genuine affection This new show of his SUGAR DADDY is playing for a month at the Soho Playhouse OFF Broadway and has resulted in the best reviews of his career after we saw him perform part of the act on the Seth Myers TV Show, we knew we had to interview him. Morrison now claims to be a gay Jewish diabetic widower …… which strangely enough so is our (happily re-married) Editor




A fully-clothed DREW SEBASTIAN talks about his one-man-show DAD’S CABARET

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Drew Sebastian is a man who wears many hats ….. one of which means he actually wears nothing at all. His first love was musical theater, he trained at Cordon Bleu School and became a chef to a few famous folks (think Adam Levine etc) and in the Covid Lockdown he was a much sought-after Personal Trainer …. and for many years he has been a major star of adult films. It is a career he is mighty proud of….. and quite rightly so … and one of which he shares stories about ….. some of them hilarious ….in his one-man show DAD’S CABARET that he is about to perform at the Pilgrim House in Provincetown.

Queerguru caught up with him to talk about his new life as a sexy cooner on the eve of him losing his PTown (professional ) virginity




Academy Award winners Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman talk TAYLOR MAC and his excellent new concert film

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Taylor Mac’s 24 Decades History of Popular Music was a 24 Hour Marathon on Oct 8 – 9 2015 (noon to noon) at St Ann’s Warehouse New York was a highly anticipated event that was 5 years in the making and never to be repeated.  

This whole extraordinary masterpiece was filmed by Academy Award winners Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman who had the near-impossible task to edit the recording down to under 2 hours, and their combined efforts is now playing the film festival circuit before HBO screens it at the end of June.

At the Provincetown Film Festival, Epstein and Friedman talked to Querguru about Mac’s most powerful performance pieces that we think we have ever witnessed and surpass his very distinguished body of work to date.  One of the (many) awards he has gathered over the years is a MacArthur Genius Grant……its the description of genius that makes him so well qualified for this.

PS The Film will premiere on HBO on 6/27 


Andrew Durham talks about his totally unmissable new film FAIRYLAND

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Writer/director/co-producer ANDREW DURHAM talked with Queerguru about his excellent debut feature FAIRYLAND.  Based on Alysia Abbott’s “Fairyland: A Memoir of My Father.,, which is the story of her growing up in San Francisco with her gay single father in the 1980s/90s. Their unique relationship is based on both of them evolving into establishing their own truths/paths which are thrown askew when the AIDS pandemic starts to decimate the city. In the end, their roles reverse as Alysa must take over the parenting role.

With an outstanding cast and Sofia Coppola as co-producer, Fairyland is the most authentic voice of seismic change in both SF and the entire queer community. This quiet film with such a powerful story really deserves to reach the widest possible audience.

P.S. We caught up with Andrew as the movie was about to screen at the  opening night of Miami’s OUTshine Film Festival 


Beau McCall and his Curator Souleo talk about REWIND: MEMORIES ON REPEAT a new Exhibit at Stonewall National Museum & Library

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\The artist Beau McCall and his Curator Souleo (also his life partner) have a timely and heartfelt exhibition spotlighting the Black LGBTQ+ experience in America and featuring collages by McCall and archival material from the Stonewall National Museum, Library, & Archives (SNMAL). The collages are drawn from McCall’s debut artists’ book, REWIND: MEMORIES ON REPEAT which honors the legacy of ten of McCall’s deceased friends. Each collage is composed of McCall’s personal archival photos and papers, along with images from his clothing button embellished artwork. The collages capture the late 1970s to the mid-1990s, from Philadelphia to New York, during the LGBTQ+ rights movement, the height of disco music and the AIDS crisis. McCall’s work is rooted in framing personal memories and experiences within historical and social contexts. To aid in this narrative select collages are paired with an archival item from SNMAL that relates to the theme of McCall’s artwork. This pairing draws a parallel between the personal experiences of McCall and his friends and the larger historical moments that impacted their lives. Collectively, McCall’s collages and Stonewall’s archive reflect the joys and struggles of the Black LGBTQ+ community and demonstrate how art and archives can be used as tools to better understand our lives, find connections between the past and present, and imagine a brighter future.


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