The Two Gay Geeks 🏳️🌈 have a chat with each other about several things we have been watching like the return of Star Trek: Picard and Star Trek: Discovery. We also chat about an incredible experience we had at the Celebrity Theater here in Phoenix, where we had a meet and greet with Rick Wakeman, keyboardist extraordinaire. we also chat about the Arizona Opera production of Stephen Sondheim’s A Little Night Music as well as several other projects they have going. Have a listen and we hope you enjoy this as much as we did.
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Arizona Opera Projects
Perhaps the most famous opera in history, Georges Bizet’s Carmen premiered in 1875 at the Opéra-Comique in Paris. The four-act opera, featuring a libretto written by Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halévy and adapted from the novella by Prosper Mérimée, remains one of the most exciting and popular works in the repertoire. And now, nearly 150 years later, the story of Carmen is being adapted again — this time as CARMEN: THE GRAPHIC NOVEL, written by opera singer and director Alek Shrader and illustrated by legendary artist P. Craig Russell (Neil Gaiman’s American Gods) and Aneke, and lettered by Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou. Arizona Opera will be launching a Kickstarter campaign for this ambitious adaptation early next year with a pre-launch page live now.
Please go sign up to be notified.
Still healing from her grandmother’s death, Addison Moore finds herself checking into The Copper Queen Hotel in Bisbee, Arizona. Aware of the ghost stories and hauntings, Addison fearlessly elects to stay in Room 315, the location of the heartbroken Julia Lowell’s death a century ago.
But what draws Addison to Room 315? And why does she want to face Julia’s ghost?
The Copper Queen will be showing at Phoenix Film Festival on April 4th at 7:15 PM and April 7th at 12:30 PM.
April 4th tickets:
April 7th Tickets:
In our second segment, we chat about a couple of other items; notably Alex Rider, Severance, and The Endgame. We also highlight recent articles posted to tggeeks.com in the past week. As always we have our birthdays and we have the ever-popular feedback segment.
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Show Notes / Links:
- TG Geeks Episode 363
- TG Geeks Episode 364
- TG Geeks Episode 367
- Ben’s “Gay” Book Breakdown | Beware Your Heart’s Desire in The Devil You Know
- Ben’s Breakdown | Alex Rider Season 2: Three Episode Thoughts
- Ben’s Breakdown | Severance Season 1: Three Episode Thoughts
- R.I.P. Brian Augustyn – Creator, Gotham by Gaslight
- Hamish Downie’s Five Questions With Eloy aka Strays of the World
- Nerdy Chupacabras #089
- Andrea’s Angle | Lucy and Desi – Work of Love
- Hamish Downie’s First Friday Playlist – March 2022
- Breaking Glass Pictures Releases Jump, Darling Starring Cloris Leachman
We want to bring attention to a Public Service Announcement from the ’90s featuring Dr. Culber (Wilson Cruz) of Star Trek: Discovery
This 90’s PSA (GLAAD, La Pietra Foundation, MTV) brings awareness to gay-bashing.
Starring Wilson Cruz, Meredith Scott Lynn, and Joseph Reitman. Writer/Director: Mike Costanza.
Director of Photography: Brad Rushing. Producer: Cara Coslow.
- The Arkle Times Post Dispatch News – Brian, the &-list YouTuberon Twitter @G33kOfAllTrades — Be sure to take a look at Arkle’s other venture: Arkle Studios presents Shameless Cash Grab
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- Here’s a special shout out to “The Gay Geek” for graciously allowing us to post our episodes in their Facebook group www.facebook.com/groups/thegaygeek. And a special Thank You to Jeremiah Reeves, the moderator, for being such a great guy.
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