Gale and randy dating

In New York, people just don’t care if they do, which is nice, unless I’m in Times Square and then, yeah, it’s ‘Hey, Justin!’ “I’ve been out since I was 15 and the other day I realized it’s been 20 years!

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The New York casting director hadn’t even marked my tape for the show’s producers to watch, but they accidentally somehow saw it and said, ‘This is the guy.’ “They flew me out twice.

I didn’t do well in that showcase and was doing theater in St. I had never been and thought it was all a fluke, but a chance to visit LA for free, and somehow I booked it.

I’m very happy with my partner now and maybe things are different now, but then a lot of fans fantasized that Gale Harold and I were actually together, and got vicious with my pictures all over the Internet with things drawn over my face.

So I want to spare my current partner all of that.” The stunning Renée Elise Goldsberry is a true triple threat talent, who’s dazzled me in her career-making “Two Gentlemen of Verona” and the brilliant “Good People,” and is currently on TV’s “The Good Wife.” It is now her time to really take center stage as a full-out star in the Encores! “This is one of those experiences,” she told me, “where you think you know it’s gonna be great and you show up the first day and realize that this is so much greater than you’d thought it would be.

’ So excited to be doing it with a great cast and the rehearsals are so mellow and fun.” Originally from New Hampshire and Georgia, Harrison started acting in community theater when he was six, was schooled in Ohio and, after a toe-dabble in Los Angeles, is now a firmly based New Yorker.

“Queer as Folk” happened shortly after he moved here at 22: “I was freelancing with an agent and was doing a showcase when I auditioned for it on tape, as most of it was being cast in LA.

“It’s about Heather Jones, who has been dropped from her label, is divorced and a single mom with two kids, and makes the decision to change her act.

But her manager, Joe [Frederick Weller, who did a workshop of ‘The Bodyguard’ musical with Goldsberry], doesn’t agree with her decision to let her hair grow, tell how old she is, and talk about being a single mom and her frustrating relationships with men — nothing marketable.” The show was not well reviewed in 1978, but producer Joe Papp believed in it and it became an audience success, which spoke for a generation of women, many of whom Goldsberry is meeting, who know every word of it and are thrilled it’s being revived.

But I love this play, so funny, sweet, and touching, about a well-off married gay couple in Sag Harbor.

“It just takes a lot of caffeine and a lot of alcohol!

I don’t know why.” The show was also far bolder in sexual content than those others, and, indeed, more so than anything being done on network TV today, which favors gays being sexless, snappy wisecrackers and parents over them seen nude and lip-locked.

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