On today’s episode, Tom and Nick are joined by Elci and Meg, while Chris is plugging away at school. We chat about the opener and why Trump won’t realize “Lock Him Up” was meant for him! Jumping into our weekends, Elci talks about an enlightened 9 year old and Meg talks about P-Town! We close out the first half with Nick and his iPhone getting stuck in SOS mode.
Returning from break, we welcome Steven Esteb, Director of “Hate Crime” a film which chronicles the aftermath of the death of a young gay man at the hands of his apparent lover and how the parents on both sides cope with the tragedy.
Watch Hate Crime by visiting amazon.com
Mama Kim’s Minute
By Ricardo Pérez González
Directed by David Mendizábal
October 9 – November 3, 2019
Timeless in its telling, this stirring, universal story of star-crossed lovers will sweep you away. In Houston at the height of Jim Crow, segregation pervades society in every way, including the underground and illegal gay bar scene. One night a chance encounter between Russell, a local at the Blacks-only Gold Room, and Tom, from the whites-only Red Room, leads to a forbidden romance that could destroy them both. The spellbinding On the Grounds of Belonging signals the arrival of a bold new voice in the American theatre. For tickets visit longwharf.org, this is a show you won’t want to miss.
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