The Gay Agenda
By Joseph Hassan
Friday, October 24: Tonight catch the sexy actors of Noah's Arc -- the ground-breaking Logo series that followed the lives of four sexy, city-dwelling gay African-American men -- on the big screen as Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom hits theaters. The movie picks up a year and a half from where the series left off, when it took its bow after two seasons. You'll see all the boys (actors Darryl Stephens, Douglas Spearman, Jonathan Julian, Jensen Atwood, Christian Vincent, and Rodney Chester) as well as (diva alert!) Tony Award'winning Tonya Pinkins (of One Life to Live fame) as they leave Los Angeles and head to Martha's Vineyard, where one happy couple plans to tie the knot. Before you dip into the soapy drama that ensues, do some homework on the film and watch a trailer.
Saturday, October 25: Check out the duo Uh Huh Her as they play Philadelphia tonight. Musician-actress Leisha Hailey (of Showtime's hit series The L Word) and singer and multi-instrumentalist Camila Grey (who's collaborated with Dr. Dre and Busta Rhymes) will rock out in their self-described indie electro-pop style when the concert starts at 9:00 PM EST at Theater of the Living Arts (TLA). Buy tickets through the pair's website and see some of their dreamy music videos while you're at it.
Sunday, October 26: Tonight's your last chance to catch the gay play Sea Change at Los Angeles's Davidson/Valentini Theater. The story takes place aboard a small fishing vessel off the coast of Massachusetts, as three gay men and two lesbians (all college friends) embark on a whale-watching expedition in the summer or '74. Homos and dykes in tight quarters? Sounds downright dangerous. The ship sets sail at 7:00 PM PST. Get your tickets here.
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