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THE QUEEN OF VERSAILLES an extraordinarily wonderful documentary about ultimate bad taste is now a MUSICAL!

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  There are some things so sacred in the queer lexicon they should never be tampered with.  Tammy Faye Bakker is one such icon.  Jackie Segal is another.  Not such maybe a household name in LGBTQ+ circles everywhere, but mention her (unofficial) title The Queen of Versailles and there will be recognition.      The … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Jose Mayorga reviews GLITTER & DOOM a queer rom com/musical

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A romantic comedy that is also a musical with the hits of the Indigo Girls. Carefree Glitter (Alex Díaz) young and handsome, wants to become a professional circus performer and applies to the Ecole de Cirque in Paris. Doom (Alan Cammish) is a struggling musician, composer and singer. One night they met at Disco Berlin … Continue reading



Prince Andrew The Musical : a parody of the British Royal’s fall from grace

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    Less you should think that the US has the monopoly of famous people fallen from grace and still behaving badly then you need to check out this wee gem PRINCE ANDREW THE MUSICAL.  A hilarious, all-singing, all-dancing reimagining of the Duke of York’s badly misjudged TV interview. The British Royal thought if he … Continue reading



Alan Turing The Musical : the tale of a queer wartime hero and gay icon

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  We are often very surprised about how and where composers chose their subject matters when creating a new musical.  So far it’s been The First Lady of Argentina,  a TS Elliot poetry  book about cats, and Tim Rice even based one of his on a game of Chess. Now Joel Goodman & Jan Osborne … Continue reading



Fabulett : A queer one-person musical featuring music, ideas and lives classified as ‘degenerate’ by the Nazis

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  Berlin, February 1933, the new German leadership orders the closure of all cabarets. But Felix, the emcee of the depraved Fabulett, still has a story to tell. He has felt different all his life – as a son, as a soldier, and as a lover – and now has to abandon the only place … Continue reading



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