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2013 GaySocialites.com New York City Gay Pride Guide

2013 GaySocialites New York City Gay Pride Guide

From parties with appearances by Cher, Brent Everett, Brent Corrigan and more to the official Heritage of Pride March (the 2013 New York City Gay Pride Parade), here is the Official 2013 GaySocialites.com New York Pride Guide!

Theatre Review: “Buyer & Cellar”


Just about everything about this show is charming. To begin with, the underlying concept: the play is indirectly about Barbra Streisand’s “elegant barn”, the main subject of her book A Passion for Design. That basement includes a street and fake “shops” to display her collections. Playwright Jonathan Tolins was so tickled by the idea of those fake shops having a real shopkeeper that he created this one-man show about “Alex More” a struggling L.A. actor who takes exactly that job.

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Cabaret Review: Amber Martin


This lady is a thunderclap of talent, crackling with energy, intelligence and beauty of voice, face, body and soul. Amber Martin’s new show at 54 Below, Stoned Soul is a tribute to singer/songwriter Laura Nyro, herself a big storm of talent. It’s only natural (or perhaps supernatural) that Martin singing Nyro should be hair-raisingly electrifying!

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Cabaret Review: Justin Vivian Bond

Justin Vivian Bond 2013

JVB is out to spread the love in v’s summer show and summer dress. Well, a combination of wryly cynical observations about love and heartfelt renditions of songs with love in the title, which range from Burt Bacharach and Todd Rundgren to The Cure and Kate Bush. V is also out to do some summer “camping” with the incredibly insightful thought that “Being campy is dangerous! Apparently people will kill you for being campy!”

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Kat Solar’s “Snake Eyes” video premiere party to benefit The Center in New York City [VIDEO]

Kat Solar Snake Eyes Video Premier Party

Kat Solar invites you to the premiere party of her latest video, “Snake Eyes,” at XL Nightclub in New York on Thursday.  All proceeds go to the NYC LGBT Center.
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