The Gay Agenda
By Joseph Hassan
Friday, November 7: If you live in Toronto, Los Angeles, or New York, catch a glimpse of The World Unseen, a movie that simultaneously grapples with the themes of race and sexuality in apartheid South Africa. Set in 1950s Cape Town, the story unfolds as free-spirited Amina breaks with her traditional Indian community to open a small caf� that serves as a safe haven for people of all walks of life. When Amina meets Miriam, a young traditional wife and mother who lives in the neighborhood and visits the coffee shop, the two women realize that sexuality isn�t black and white.
Saturday, November 8: Tonight gays in Tampa can catch Clive Barker�s play The History of the Devil at the The Shimberg Playhouse at the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center. In Barker�s latest work, the audience plays the role of jury at the Devil�s parole hearing, during which they are transported back in time to witness his grotesque actions throughout history. Pick up your tickets to catch this visually stimulating and adventurous work tonight at 8:00 PM EST.
Sunday, November 9: Shout out to P-Town! Those in Massachusetts have an opportunity to step behind the lens of renowned photographer John Arsenault as he presents his solo exhibition �Connected by Desire� at Larry Collins Fine Art in downtown Provincetown. Arsenault�s subjects range from spectacular dramas of falling water and blowing white curtains to sensual nudes and nostalgic still lifes. Arsenault, a native and resident of Provincetown, has presented his work throughout the United States and Europe. See his astounding self-portraits at his website.