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Bright Lights/Out City 

New York City is the recognized center for culture and entertainment. Queer people are prominent players in all aspects of the arts, and this special news report explores the City as an ... See full summary »

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New York City is the recognized center for culture and entertainment. Queer people are prominent players in all aspects of the arts, and this special news report explores the City as an incubator, and world center, for Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Transgendered (LGBT) creativity. With footage and behind-the-scenes exclusive Queer commentaries form Broadway, Music, Movies, Television, Comedy and more. Plus, exclusive interviews with Cyndi Lauper and Donna Summer about the importance of their LGBT fans. Also remarks and cameos by Joan Collins, Rosie O'Donnell, Harvey Firestein, Jerry Herman, Liz Smith, Eric McCormick, Kelly Ripa, Boy George, Dame Edna, Jai Rodriguez, Carson Kressley, Rod & Nicky from Avenue Q, James Getzlaff and many others. With Tony Sawicki and Clover Honey of "Under the Pink Carpet" corresponding. Written by Sawicki

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10 May 2005 (USA)  »

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