Author Archives: Gary Carnivele
Host Gary Carnivele interviews author Matt Cain about his new novel “The Secret Life of Albert Entwistle.” Also, Gary chats with Burlesque performer Velvet Thorn about his performances at “Forbidden Kiss Live” at The California in Sant Rosa
Host Gary Carnivele chats with Kristen Power from Food for Thought about Dining Out for Life, which happens Thursday, December 1, and everything else happened at th HIV?AIDS Food Bank. Afterwards, Gary speaks with Gary Saperstien about his work and … Continue reading
Host Gary Carnivele chats with Dr. Dianna Grayer about her new play, “We Are Here to Stay: Our Freedom, Our Choice,” which opens November 5. Also, a conversation with Cheryl King and “Wednesday Weirdness’ at The California, downtown Santa Rosa’s … Continue reading
Host Gary Carnivele has a conversation with actor/singer Michael Strelo-Smith who is starring as The Emcee in 6th Street Playhouse’s production of “Cabaret.”
Host Gary Carnivele speaks with Mariah Hanson about The Dinah 2022, the largest Queer Women’s Event happening in September in Palm Springs. Then, a chat with Argo Thompson, one of the founders of Left Edge Theatre about it’s move to … Continue reading
Host Gary Carnivele has a conversation with Shekeyna Black from 6th Street Playhouse, which is celebrating 50 years of bringing the best of live theatre to Santa Rosa. Ron Holley from Sonoma County Public Library chats with Gary about an … Continue reading
Host Gary Carnivele speaks with the people behind two of Frameline 16 San Francisco International LGBNTQ Film Festival’s hottest films. Director Peter Mc Dowell talks about his documentary “Jimmy in Saigon”. Director Juan Felipe Zuleta and actors Sara Hay and … Continue reading
Host Gary Carnivele interviews filmmaker Daresha Kyi about her new film “Mama Bear” which follows conservative Christian mothers who are challenging their beliefs, churches, schools and community as they support their LGBT+ children.
Host Gary Carnivele Speaks with Jane Winslow from the Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival, which happens this month and will screen over 200 films at various locations, including Rialto Cinemas.
Host Gary Carnivele interviews Judy Abrego, who is starring in Sixth Street Playhouse’s “The Legend of Georgia McBride, and Sal Andropoulos from North Bay LGBTQI+ Families