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Coming Out Party (2003)

One of a kind stand up comedy. It depicts seven Gay guys hilariously explaining their personal and their friends Coming out story. A great comical stand up comedy based on real life stories. Each comedian takes his hilarious time on stage.

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One of a kind stand up comedy. It depicts seven Gay guys hilariously explaining their personal and their friends Coming out story. A great comical stand up comedy based on real life stories. Each comedian takes his hilarious time on stage.

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Gay comics talk about "coming out" experiences
12 December 2003 | by (Phoenix AZ) – See all my reviews

Seven well-known "out" gay comics got together on June 18, 2003, to tell their "coming out" stories in a special concert in Santa Monica CA. Included were Rene Hicks, Dan ("Real World - Miami") Renzi, Bob Smith, Terry Sweeney, John Riggi, Sabrina Matthews and Jackie Beat (who performed out of drag, which is unusual). They tell about coming out to themselves and family, and the very real problems of working as an openly gay comedian in small town clubs.

I have seen most of those comedians in other shows, and felt that the restrictive focus on "coming out" issues made them less funny than they usually were. I suppose that "Coming Out Party" fills a need of sorts, for those who are dealing with their own coming out, and it is commendable on that level. But for the best in gay comedy, I instead recommend the "Out There" (1-3) series, which is still available on VHS from many sources.




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