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My Own Private Oshawa (2002)

Toronto-based gay actor and comedian Jonathan Wilson has written and performs a semi-autobiographical one-man stage show called "My Own Private Oshawa", which tells of his coming out when ... See full summary »

Director:

Allan Manson

Writers:

Martha Chaves (additional material), Gavin Crawford (additional material) | 7 more credits »

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Jonathan Wilson ... Jonathan Wilson
Shaun Majumder ... Taxi Driver
Martha Chaves Martha Chaves ... Mrs. Florida
Gavin Crawford ... Travel Agent
Lou Eisen Lou Eisen ... Gordon's Father
Brigitte Gall Brigitte Gall ... Gordon's Mother
Anthony Ashbee Anthony Ashbee ... Damian
Lawrence Morgenstern Lawrence Morgenstern ... Mr. Davis
Tom Stade Tom Stade ... Peter Poolee
Christopher Peterson Christopher Peterson ... Miss Pickering
Andrew Murray Andrew Murray ... Travel Agent #1
Robert James Robert James ... Travel Agent #2
Alice Benlolo Alice Benlolo ... Teacher #1
John Denniston John Denniston ... Teacher #2
Jennifer Bassett Jennifer Bassett ... Teacher #3
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Toronto-based gay actor and comedian Jonathan Wilson has written and performs a semi-autobiographical one-man stage show called "My Own Private Oshawa", which tells of his coming out when he was a high school student in Oshawa, Ontario, a bedroom community east of Toronto. Thinking that he was hiding his homosexual orientation - which he really wasn't - Jonathan lived a self-repressed existence in high school until he met transfer student Gordon, who was the first open, stereotypical and defiant gay student at the school. Jonathan tells of Gordon's influence in Jonathan working his own way through gay life as a teenager in the late 1970s. Although Gordon and Jonathan drifted apart as adults, Jonathan needs to head back to Oshawa to visit Gordon one last time. Written by Huggo

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

2002 (Canada) See more »

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Connections

References Funny Girl (1968) See more »

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MacArthur Park
Written by Jimmy Webb
Performed by Donna Summer
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