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Robbie Kaplan & Judith Kasen-Windsor talk EDIE

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Attorney Roberta Kaplan and Judith M. Kasen-Windsor flew into OUTshine Film Festival in Miami to screen To A More Perfect Union: US v Windsor and so we seized the opportunity to talk to them both about the legacy of the iconic Edie Windsor and the huge debt our Community owe her,

The interview conducted by Roger Walker-Dack and was filmed by #HusseinWentz for www.queergurutv.com



Ryan Raftery and THE RISE & FALL (& RISE) OF MARTHA STEWART

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Ryan Raftery portrayed Anna Wintour in the Most Powerful Woman in Fashion, then the gay TV personality Andy Cohen in Watch What Happens, and he now concludes his trilogy of media titans with THE RISE & FALL (& RISE) OF MARTHA STEWART. This deliciously funny parody that was a smash hit for Joe’s Pub at The Public NY now comes to #PTown‘s Crown & Anchor for THREE NIGHTS ONLY.

Ryan called queerguru from Martha’s Farm in Connecticut to give us a rundown

 

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Sam Morrison wants to say Hello, Daddy!

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Queerguru spoke to the very funny Sam Morrison, a queer NY comedian who MOGUL said was one of the ‘comics to watch in 2018’, on the eve of bringing his raunchy One Man Show HELLO, DADDY! for a short run at the Pilgrim House in Provincetown just in time for Bear Week.  Be warned: he’s looking for some hot new Daddies

 

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SANDRA DICKINSON talks about THE UNBUILT CITY (and her life in the limelight)

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The actress Sandra Dickinson left her native Washington DC in 1970 to follow an Englishman man back to his home country. Even though that relationship didn’t have a happy ever after ending, she fell in love with the country and stayed. The English fell in love with her too and for the past almost 50 years she has had a very successful career flitting between TV movies and the Theatre. Last year she starred in a play about Lucille Ball which gave her the best reviews of her career, and now she’s found herself another meaty role in The Unbuilt City that is due to open next week.  We caught up with her via a Facetime when she had just rushed home from rehearsals

 



Sen JERRY BUTTIMER , the Leader of The IRISH SENATE on celebrating Carnival but still keeping an eye on LGBTQ rights.

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You never know who’ll you will bump into in Provincetown during Carnival Week. Today it was Senator Jerry Buttimer the Leader of The Irish Senate, and one of 5 LGBTQ Members of Parliament, who was at the Carnival Opening Ceremony at the Pilgrim Monument.

Afterwards he took a few moments out to film this interview with Roger Walker-Dack for  Queerguru TV.  Filmed by Dan Desjardins.

 

 

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