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The hilarious Marti Gould Cummings is Back In PTown

  Marti Gould Cummings NY based drag performer, writer, political activist is back in Town this summer with her new show Marti Gould Cummings in “Farm Boy, City Girl” at #PTowns Pilgrim House playing at different dates all through the summer. She will also be back for Provincetown Family Week with a special (cleaned up) Drag Show for kids.  QUEERGURU met … Continue reading

The Illustrious Blacks are Black Like Jesus

  The highly acclaimed The Illustrious Blacks have just arrived for their #PTown debut of their electrifying live show Hyperbolic fresh from its 3 month run at Joe’s Pub at The Public, this disarmingly charming married couple talked to Queerguru about how excited they are to be performing at the Afterglow Festival The interview conducted by Roger Walker-Dack was filmed at … Continue reading

The Incomparable DEVEN GREEN is in the House

  The multi-faceted and multi-talented Deven Green an award-winning comedian, ukulele player, singer, performer etc etc has brought her wickedly funny off-beat humor to Provincetown Art House Theatre for 1 week only. If she looks familiar to you it maybe because she is also the face of Mrs. Betty Bowers, America’s Best Christian and the creator of brilliant parodies such #WelcomeToMyHouse She … Continue reading

The indefatigable RIKKI BEADLE-BLAIR a queer culture phenomenon

  The indefatigable Rikki Beadle-Blair is a queer culture phenomenon.  The face behind and also upfront in so many mega-successful projects, films and plays, is an unstoppable force who is always  plotting on how to keep entertaining and educating our community and beyond, This Brit is an actor, director, screenwriter, playwright, singer, designer, choreographer, dancer, songwriter, … Continue reading

The Innocents @ #PIFF16

queerguru reviews ‘The Innocents’ Anne Fontaine’s compelling drama based on a true story set in Poland after WW2 has just ended.  This harrowing tale is about how no-one can escape the inequities of war ….even innocent nuns. Reviewed for PTV as part of The Provincetown International Film Festival #PIFF16.

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