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Ella Fitzgerald - Vanessa Williams - Cynthia Nixon - Chris Colfer - Amy Schneider - Editor’s Pick: True Colors – LGBTQ+ Our Stories, Our Songs - metroweekly.com - USA - city Hadestown
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Editor’s Pick: True Colors – LGBTQ+ Our Stories, Our Songs
Nouveau Productions, which Frazier runs with his husband Robert Pullen.All told, the special, star-studded programming to date has been strong in LGBTQ interest and appeal, ranging from an Ella Fitzgerald-themed Christmas show starring Vanessa Williams to the recently launched “Broadway in Concert” series featuring contemporary stars of the Great White Way paying tribute to iconic musicals.None of the specials have been quite as gay, however, as the latest, the explicitly queer-themed True Colors: LGBTQ+ Our Stories, Our Songs.Timed to kick off June’s Pride month, the program features real-life stories of hope, resilience, and triumph from members of the LGBTQ community, including former NBA player Jason Collins and acclaimed Sex and the City star and activist Cynthia Nixon, tied together with musical performances by a hodgepodge of queer talent, accompanied by the APO under Frazier and hosted by transgender Jeopardy! champion Amy Schneider.The performance lineup includes the pioneering lesbian folk/rock duo the Indigo Girls with their chart-topping breakout hit “Closer to Fine,” Drag Race alums Peppermint, Alexis Michelle, and Jujubee giving a spin of “(A Little More) Mascara” from La Cage aux Folles, trans opera singer Breanna Sinclairé covering “Somewhere” from West Side Story, and Tony-, Emmy-, and Grammy-winning stage veteran André de Shields (Hadestown) reviving “The Colors of My Life” from the 1980 musical Barnum.Additional performers include Glee star Chris Colfer, persevering contemporary Christian singer Trey Pearson formerly of the group Everyday Sunday, and young indie-pop artist Morgxn.Premiering Saturday, June 4, on www.PBS.org, the PBS Video app, and select PBS stations nationwide.Local affiliate WETA is
Sarah Jessica-Parker - Kim Cattrall - Kristin Davis - Michael Patrick - Cynthia Nixon - Darren Star - Candace Bushnell - Patricia Field - Take that SJP! Kim Cattrall reunites with Sex and the City's Patricia Field and Candace Bushnell - dailymail.co.uk - Los Angeles - New York
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Take that SJP! Kim Cattrall reunites with Sex and the City's Patricia Field and Candace Bushnell
She was famously left out of the Sex and the City reboot And Just Like That following a very public feud with lead star Sarah Jessica Parker, and after refusing to appear in a third movie.But that didn't stopKim Cattrallfrom having an impromptu SATC reunion on Thursday night, with original seriescreator Darren Star, costume designer Patricia Field and author Candace Bushnell.The foursome - who were not part of the rebooted show helmed by Michael Patrick King - ran into each other atVariety's 2022 Power of Women ceremony in Los Angeles.Looking thrilled to be reunited, Cattrall, 65, posed up with Field, 80 and Bushell, 63, at the red carpet event, close behindStar, 60. Reunion:Variety's 2022 Power of Women ceremony quickly turned into an impromptu Sex and the City reunion with Kim Cattrall, creator Darren Star, costume designer Patricia Field and author Candace BushnellIt even looked as though Cattrall and Field had arrived together at the annual event, held at The Glasshouse in New York City, without their former colleagues Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis.Cattrall stepped out with a black suit with a cream-colored top with a plunging neckline for her red carpet look.Her blonde locks flowed down past her shoulders with a black suit coat and black pants for the event.She completed her look with grey pumps as she posed with her former Sex and the City alums.
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