In light of recent queer Hollywood gossip, four generations of LGBT
celebs and media hounds discuss queer celebrities' roles as public
figures in this latest installment of the Center's live talk show
series, "Q & Gay."
“Q & Gay: Queerlebrity”
Host Allison Davis with Village Voice gossip columnist Michael Musto, Kim Stolz, co-owner of The Dalloway and former cast member of "America's Next Top Model," and journalist Clay Cane (BET.com and WWRL Radio)
Tuesday, March 14, 2013, 7 p.m. Tickets are $5, available at gaycenter.org and at the door
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center 208 West 13th Street New York, NY 10011
the wake of Jodie Foster, Ed Koch and others, we're discussing the
roles and responsibilities of LGBT celebrities in this latest
installment of "Q & Gay," the Center's live talk show that features
straight talk from people of all ages in the LGBT community. Sparing no
one, host Allison Davis dishes the dirt on out and closeted celebrities
alike with help from queer journalists and celebs Michael Musto, Kim
Stolz and Clay Cane.
What is Q & Gay?
"Q & Gay" is the Center's live talk show that features real
conversations from LGBT people of all ages, creating intergenerational
dialogue - long lacking in the LGBT community. Each "Q & Gay"
installment focuses on a different topic with discussions led by a host
and several special guest panelists from the LGBT community. In order to
elicit personal dialogue and responses in front of a live audience,
panelists are asked 20 rapid-fire questions to provoke a fun, honest and
open conversation. Last summer's "Q & Gay: Madonna vs. Gaga"
garnered substantial media attention and featured four generations of
fans - from Gawker editor Rich Juzwiak to drag queens Lady Havokk and
Detoxx Busti-ae - duking it out to decide which diva rules the gays.
About Clay Cane
Clay Cane is a New York City-based radio personality and award-winning
journalist. Clay has provided commentary for television networks such as
ABC, TV One and BET (Black Entertainment Television). Clay is currently
the Entertainment Editor for BET.com
and a member of New York Film Critics Online and the Broadcast
Television Journalists Association. Clay is the host of Clay Cane Live, a
weekly call-in radio show on WWRL 1600AM, which also airs the
nationally syndicated Ed Schultz and Rev. Al Sharpton shows. Clay Cane
Live has been featured by "Jet Magazine," "The Advocate," GLAAD and
About Michael Musto
Michael Musto has written the acclaimed gossip column, The Daily Musto,
for the Village Voice for almost 30 years. In addition to being the
author of four books, Musto is a recurring guest on several nationally
broadcast television programs including "Countdown with Keith Olbermann"
and others on A&E and PBS, also having appeared on E!, VH1, "Real
Housewives of New York," "The Daily Show" and "The Late Late Show with
Craig Ferguson". In 2011, Musto was named one of the "Out 100" of the
country's most influential LGBT personalities. He's appeared in
documentaries about actor/writer Charles Busch, Paris Hilton, Warhol
star Jackie Curtis, restaurateur Florent, Michael Alig, camp performer
Divine, clubs like the Roxy and Squeezebox, and many more.
About Kim Stolz
Former MTV News correspondent and "America's Next Top Model"
contestant, Kim Stolz, is the co-owner of The Dalloway, New York City's
hottest new LGBT-friendly bar and restaurant. She is also an
institutional equity derivatives sales trader and a published author.
Her first publication, "Can't Stop," which explores the effects that
social networking, smart phones and reality television have had on
society and her generation, will be published in June 2013 by Rodale,
About the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center
Established in 1983, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender
Community Center is at the heart of the LGBT community in New York City,
providing quality health and wellness programs in a welcoming space
that fosters connections and celebrates our cultural contributions. We
strive to serve the LGBT community with a full-service, multi-faceted
approach to programming, from hosting arts and entertainment events,
advocacy groups and family gatherings to offering youth, recovery and
overall wellness programs. Each year, the Center welcomes more than
300,000 visits to our building in the West Village neighborhood of
Manhattan from people who engage in our life-changing and life-saving
activities. We are proud to be your community Center. To learn more about our work, please visit www.gaycenter.org.