Posts Tagged ‘Lesbian’

Bruce Vilanch Special Guest At Shreveport’s 3rd Annual North Louisiana Gay & Lesbian Film Festival

Tuesday, August 16th, 2011

Shreveport Times
Gay & Lesbian Film Festival passes now on sale
Aug. 16, 2011

Festival passes for the 3rd Annual North Louisiana Gay & Lesbian Film Festival are now on sale.

The festival, presented by People Acting for Change and Equality, is set for Sept. 16-22 at the Robinson Film Center in downtown Shreveport, featuring celebrity guest Bruce Vilanch.

The festival pass is $95 and includes admission to the opening reception with Vilanch on Sept. 16; the opening screening of “Get Bruce” featuring an introduction before and discussion after with Vilanch; a stand-up comedy performance with Vilanch on Sept. 17; and screenings of “Undertow,” “Wish Me Away,” “Hollywood to Dollywood,” “Leave it on the Floor,” “The Will Be Done” and a collection of original short films. Read More

Margaret Cho and Bruce Vilanch will be the Grand Marshals Of Provincetown Carnival Week Parade

Monday, July 26th, 2010

Margaret will be performing August 15 - 24 (no show August 19th) at 9 p.m. Tickets are $40. Bruce Vilanch takes you on a trip behind the scenes of every major show business event and into the distressed minds of the participants. Bruce will be performing August 21 & 22 at 7:30 p.m Tickets are $25.

Bruce Vilanch To Host GLBT Comedy Slam on Showtime June 2

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

Poppy Champlin, Sandra Valls, Alec Mapa and Scott Kennedy are teaming up for Showtime‘s Pride: The Gay and Lesbian Comedy Slam premiering June 2, 2010. Hosted by famed comedy writer Bruce Vilanch, Pride will follow in the footsteps of the Showtime-produced The Original Latin Divas of Comedy. In a press statement released today Poppy raved, “I’m thrilled to be representing lesbians all over the world in this Showtime special. We’re no longer relegated to the gay network. Yay! But my pants look too short.” Sandra confessed, “A few days ago, I was told that my comedy was too gay and not mainstream enough. Well, here I am on Showtime! That’s mainstream. So there.” Read More