Closing and opening on two grand milestones, Queer 2 The T ABSOLUTely had a fabulous time celebrating the 1 year Anniversary and 50th episode at Tabu Sports Bar & Lounge. Launching a new theme song by The Honeypots and a new Queer 2 The T fragrance called "Q" created by co-host M, the cast, crew and assorted guests dined on desserts from Dotty's Creative Creations, Ms. Goody Cupcakes, Bliss, food specials provide by Tabu plus an array of perfected cocktails by our new drink sponsor Absolut Vodka! Surprises abound as Kory from Aversa PR drops in to party the night away with the hosts along with Glenda Britt of Pink Concepts traveling from Virginia to move and groove at the anniversary! Queer 2 The T would like to thank ALL our supporters, donors, family, friends, spouses and partners because without your love and care we wouldn't be able to move successfully into year #2. Queer 2 The T would also like to send love and light to the staff at Rum Bar...we will miss you!
With only 7 days until the BIG anniversary party, Queer 2 The T hosts are truly feeling a case of the Mondays. Easing the woes was Qfest Director Thom Cardwell! Regaling stories about LGBTQ shows in the Live Arts/Philly Fringe and Qfest celebrating its 18th year, jet-setting Thom delights the listeners with insights on queer films, gay theater and more. For detailed information on Qfest, visit www.qfest.com Artist Spotlight: Tonight's musical track "Oleg Tambulilingan" was submitted by Qian Li. Original track length is 09:25. Queer 2 The T genre listing: World
OH MOTHER WHAT IN THE SPACE IS GOING ON! This is not the year of the rebel vote as Queer 2 The T hosts T, M, Z and Hottie Correspondent D chat and sing with the cast and crew of BRAT Productions. Opening with the life and trials of DNC vs. RNC, it was the general consensus that we should go back to the "good ole days" when everyone wore hats and tights. When "Eternal Glamnation" and "Popsicle Departures 1989" collide, they birth the ROCKPILE that is the amazing brain child of BRAT. Living life on the fringe, Jess, Kevin and Bobby rock Shiloh Baptist Church with a groovy Rock Odyssey titled "Perfect Space Rocket Day". There is no Santa but it is quite alright as BRAT Productions moves forward to create groundbreaking theater for the Live Arts/Philly Fringe Festival! For more detailed information visit: www.bratproductions.org