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Calpernia, Jane Lynch, Allan Brocka & More at Big Gay Sketch Show Premiere

I had a GREAT time at the Big Gay Sketch Show Season 3 premiere party in Hollywood. I got to say Hi to Jane Lynch, with whom I’ve actually co-hosted an event or two over the years. Thanks to mega-producer and all around hottie Q. Allan Brocka for the snaps of me, him and Jane. Thanks to Glenn Gaylord for the photo of James St. James interviewing me.

The new season is hilarious! I said hi to Cal-pal Nicole Paone and finally got to meet Jonny McGovern in person, after having done several interviews and exchanging many emails. After the premiere party ended, we all went down the street to an ULTRA sleazoid (in a delicious way) hustler bar, where we had deviled eggs, more booze and sang karaoke. WOO!

Big Gay Sketch Show Season 3

“Transproofed” Premiere/San Francisco Pride 2009 Recap

Sassy Prom 2009

Click for ALBUM! Transproofed Permiere/San Francisco pride 2009

Click here to see the photo album of San Francisco Pride, including lots of images by Andrea James!

Click HERE to see Los Angeles premiere of “Transproofed” with images by Andrea James!

Wow, combining the premiere of “Transproofed” and San Francisco Pride 2009 was AWESOME! After a year of hard work, Andrea and I were finally ready to begin the festival season for “Transproofed” by premiering it at the Frameline Film Festival in SF, and then I had the incredible opportunity to be added to the existing lineup as a Grand Marshall this year, so that we’d be there for both events at virtually the same time!

The premiere went really well. We played in a shorts program with other trans-themed films, and everyone Ooh’d, Ahh’d and laughed where we hoped they would. So much else is going on in SF during Frameline that it all came together as a sort of mega-experience where the people at the premiere would also be seeing us at the Trans March, and of course in the parade.

Andrea and I stayed in the gorgeous Clift Hotel and received fantastic care from concierge-extraordinaire Eric. There was a beautiful ceremony commemorating the pink triangle symbol at the top of Twin Peaks, where the fiesty Cloris Leachman all but took over the hosting duties and we got oddly-shaped sunburns. Then another morning there was a Grand Marshalls’ brunch. I was a late addition, so I didn’t have a position at the big table at the front of the room, but Andrea and I got to sit right next to it at the Grand Marshall children’s table, right next to Sharon Gless. Gorgeous! She’s looking really good.

The parade was a fabulous experience. Andrea and I got to sit in a gorgeous BMW convertible, and there’s hardly a better way to see a parade than from the inside. We met lots of great people, and I yelled myself hoarse while waving at the crowd.

Overall, it was a wonderful experience. And there’s more to come… “Transproofed” will be playing at OutFest this month here in LA, so make sure to get your tickets or even order your very own Mega DVD packed with extras and watch it at home!

"Transproofed" Premiere/San Francisco Pride 2009 Recap

Sassy Prom 2009

Click for ALBUM! Transproofed Permiere/San Francisco pride 2009

Click here to see the photo album of San Francisco Pride, including lots of images by Andrea James!

Click HERE to see Los Angeles premiere of “Transproofed” with images by Andrea James!

Wow, combining the premiere of “Transproofed” and San Francisco Pride 2009 was AWESOME! After a year of hard work, Andrea and I were finally ready to begin the festival season for “Transproofed” by premiering it at the Frameline Film Festival in SF, and then I had the incredible opportunity to be added to the existing lineup as a Grand Marshall this year, so that we’d be there for both events at virtually the same time!

The premiere went really well. We played in a shorts program with other trans-themed films, and everyone Ooh’d, Ahh’d and laughed where we hoped they would. So much else is going on in SF during Frameline that it all came together as a sort of mega-experience where the people at the premiere would also be seeing us at the Trans March, and of course in the parade.

Andrea and I stayed in the gorgeous Clift Hotel and received fantastic care from concierge-extraordinaire Eric. There was a beautiful ceremony commemorating the pink triangle symbol at the top of Twin Peaks, where the fiesty Cloris Leachman all but took over the hosting duties and we got oddly-shaped sunburns. Then another morning there was a Grand Marshalls’ brunch. I was a late addition, so I didn’t have a position at the big table at the front of the room, but Andrea and I got to sit right next to it at the Grand Marshall children’s table, right next to Sharon Gless. Gorgeous! She’s looking really good.

The parade was a fabulous experience. Andrea and I got to sit in a gorgeous BMW convertible, and there’s hardly a better way to see a parade than from the inside. We met lots of great people, and I yelled myself hoarse while waving at the crowd.

Overall, it was a wonderful experience. And there’s more to come… “Transproofed” will be playing at OutFest this month here in LA, so make sure to get your tickets or even order your very own Mega DVD packed with extras and watch it at home!

“Were the World Mine” Opening in LA

“Were the World Mine” Opening in LA

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7IOlfTcFf4

Hey kids, the super-cool film that won OutFest this year — “Were the World Mine” — is opening in LA! You should really see it, especially if you like the “new” movie musicals like “Hedwig” or “Moulin Rouge”. I was on the jury for US Dramatic Features for OutFest this year, and it got my enthusiastic vote as best film.

Were the World Mine opening in LA

Were the World Mine opening in LA

"Were the World Mine" Opening in LA

"Were the World Mine" Opening in LA

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7IOlfTcFf4

Hey kids, the super-cool film that won OutFest this year — “Were the World Mine” — is opening in LA! You should really see it, especially if you like the “new” movie musicals like “Hedwig” or “Moulin Rouge”. I was on the jury for US Dramatic Features for OutFest this year, and it got my enthusiastic vote as best film.

Were the World Mine opening in LA

Were the World Mine opening in LA

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