Join co-hosts Mark McNease and Rick Rose as we welcome Robert Julian to the show. Robert is a writer and actor whose work extends over three decades. In San Francisco in the 1980s he was one of the original company members of Theater Rhinoceros (1980-1986). He was also one of the original cast members of The A.I.D.S. Show – Artists Involved in Death and Survival. This 1984 play was the first American production to focus on the emerging pandemic. Robert went on to start in the debut production of the Thorny Theater: After Eleven by Victor Bumbalo. Robert has also worked on Kevin Williamson’s Hidden Palms television series and the motion picture Next, starring Nicholas Cage. At the Annenberg Theater in November, 2012, Robert starred in a collection of nine one-act plays assembled under the title, Standing On Ceremony – the Gay Marriage Plays. The show was previously produced in Los Angeles and New York.
Robert's writing credits are equally extensive. He's the author of four books, including the 2007 memoir Postcards from Palm Springs and its 2012 sequel, Hollywood or Lust. In 2013 he will be starring in the 13-episode syndicated reality television series, Golden Gays, filmed entirely on location in Palm Springs in 2012. His writing background is equally extensive, including hundreds of freelance articles, and stints as a columnist for the San Francisco Sentinel and Bay Area Reporter. In over 25 years of newspaper journalism Robert has never missed a deadline.
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