Tag: laramie project

Queer locals of 2010

Twelve months isn’t all that long a time, but the impact someone can make on an entire year during any part of it can reverberate well beyond the calendar year. When we thought back on the culture in 2010, these are the 10 men...

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On the road to Tyler with the Turtle Creek Chorale

Gay men’s chorus went to East Texas prepared for protest, but instead found a warm welcome DAVID TAFFET  |  taffet@dallasvoice.com NEW IN TOWN | Members of the Turtle Creek Chorale get off the bus in Tyler for their concert at...

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Wheeler to annoy Tyler again — and we like it

What with the recent ado in Tyler regarding the TV station that asked viewers whether homosexuality will be the downfall of America, we were thinking about our friend Trinity Wheeler. Trinity is the former Tyler resident who...

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Applause • That’s so gay

Queer connections infiltrate lots of the upcoming season of arts Tony Award-winning gay baritone Paulo Szot, above, is a coup for the Dallas Opera; Pink Martini, below, gets the Meyerson jumping as the Dallas Symphony...

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‘There is no day but today’

By Trinity Wheeler, director, “The Laramie Project” If one, definitive lesson has lingered with me since working with “Rent,” it is that of the lyric, “No day but today.” This message in mind, I knew it...

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