We first came across queer actor/performer Andre Jordan in 2017 when he wrote to Queerguru saying he thought we would like his new web series The Queens Project. He was so wrong. We didn’t like it. We loved it.
Our paths have crossed a few times since then as he insists on coming to Provincetown most summers, and even in those packed crowds, Andre is very difficult to miss. He is always busy working and has performed in National Tours of musicals like ‘Shrek’ and ‘Legally Blonde‘. It has all finally paid off as he has now landed his first part on Broadway.
Andre is appearing Diana: A True Musical Story the story of The Princess of Wales which is currently in previews. We knew how excited he would be so we couldn’t wait to track him down in NY to talk to him.
Check out our interview and you will discover that like us you’ll be swept away with his infectious humor and genuine zest for life. He got the part because of his sheer talent, but we think that this success couldn’t have happened to a nicer person
Like everyone else who watched last week’s episode of Will & Grace we were very worried about Miss Coco now that she has had to sell her Bar to Jack. With great intrepidation we reached out to her ….. after all we are In Miami ,and she has made it clear in no uncertain … Continue reading
One of the hottest movies to do the LGBTQ Film Festival circuit last year and that received unanimous rave reviews was STRAIGHT UP. It was the feature film directing debut of JAMES SWEENEY a young queer filmmaker from LA who also wrote and produced and took the starring role. His story of Todd a man … Continue reading
Brit queer actor/performer/director Denholm Spurr is no stranger to our pages as he has starred in so many of London’s most successful queer films/theatre like THE CHEMSEX MONOLOGUES, THE GRASS IS ALWAYS GRINDR, Happily Ever Poofter and currently in NO SWEAT at Pleasance Theatre. Queerguru finally caught up with him to talk about all this ….. and much more
John Epperson aka LYPSINKA is a NY based drag performer who has been delighting audiences around the globe for the past 40 years. This Goddess of Show Business lip-synchs to meticulously edited, show-length soundtracks culled from snippets of outrageous 20th-century female performances in movies and song. It’s unashamedly old-fashioned entertainment that has kept the … Continue reading