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Most famous for his role as the “gay temp” and then series regular for ten years on television’s NYPD Blue, actor Bill Brochtrup will appear this season on Showtime's Shameless. His recent work includes Dexter and the Wigs series Kendra, and on stage in Los Angeles Nicholas Snow catches up with the pioneering openly-gay actor on SnowbizNow!
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Ace Lundon is considered one of the gay rights pioneers today. He's the author of:
Through the Needle's Eye/Legend of the Planet Itnava a psychological drama about wealth, politics, religion, medical science and the AIDS virus, an unseen enemy. Three friends join to battle the bigotry which threatens America. "This book isn't about AIDS," he writes. "It's about fear and family, bigotry and courage."
The Closets Are Empty...the Dining Room's Full: An Autobiographical Legacy You will learn how difficult it may be to empty a closet. The price of freedom usually is costly, but for Ace Lundon, the price has been worth it. The dining room of his life is now filled with those who have learned to love!
Ace produces radio shows as well. Click to listen to Lundon Calling - any time!
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Meet Rob Watson, a gay parent and prolific bogger with a growing following. Rob blogs for both the Huffington Post and evoL =.
This segment features Rob's insights on this Huffington Post artcile: A Gay Dad's Perspective on the Hate-Note-Writing Father, and a Letter to My Own Sons
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Trena Bolden Fields interviews the talented Barbara Kingsley on her passion for acting.
Barbara Kingsley is a multi-tasking theater artist. Stage credits include over two hundred productions, at theaters across the country, including Broadway. She has appeared locally at the Guthrie, Ten Thousand Things Theater, Jungle Theater and Park Square Theatre. Barbara won a Kudos award for her performance as Dorine, in Tartuffe and has enjoyed creating a broad spectrum of characters: Hedda Gabler, Bananas, in House of Blue Leaves, Ariel in The Tempest, Alice B. Toklas in Gertrude Stein and a Companion, and most recently, Violet in August: Osage County. She has been a member of the Dept. of Theatre & Dance adjunct faculty at the University of Minnesota, since 1998 and is a Teaching Artist in the Guthrie Theater Education dept. Writing credits include a screenplay and three stage plays. Barbara is a recipient of a 2011 – 2012 Minnesota State Arts Board/ National Endowment for the Arts Artist Initiative Grant for her play, Under This Roof and the 2013 MRAC Next Step Grant for her play, I am Proof Of Me.
Vondell Richmond is an arts educator, actor, visionary leader, life coach, writer, and founder of Writer's Academy and Open Mind Productions, LLC. As an artist and educator, he creates and shares tested information with his students while helping them to build a solid understanding of acting and writing. He continues to educate students and college students on how to act and create success in their careers.
Join us on April 1, 2013 at 11 a.m. central for our LIVE conversation with Vondell Richmond.
Episode Fifty-Nine: Ain't None Of Your Frends Business TONIGHT, R&B Artist iZai Join The Panel And Dive Right Into Conversation. While The Boys Discuss,"Ain't None Of Your Frends Business"; When In A Relationship, What's NOT Your Friends Business? What IS Your Friends Business? LET'S TALK ABOUT IT !