The Outs | State of the Union

I know that I’ve been on the outs lately,  but I’ve been busy. With moving to a new place, working at a new place, hanging with friends, family and to be honest,.. I’ve been lazy about sharing online. Anyways,  I recently discovered this well done web-series called “The Outs“. The writing, production and the acting is so T!

Here is the first episode. Enjoy!

The Outs: State of the Union from The Outs on Vimeo.

Update:​ since we hit $20,000 on our Kickstarter campaign, we’ll be making a special seventh episode: The Outs Chanukah Special!

All six episodes of the show have been crowd-funded through two successful Kickstarter campaigns (here and here) – this means that regular humans saw the show and liked it enough to help us make more of it! If you’d like to contribute to the show but you missed our campaigns, no problem: click here! (And thanks!)

The Outs is written, produced, and edited in Brooklyn, NY.

The Outs relies as much as possible on local businesses and almost entirely on local artists: we’ve had the pleasure of collaborating with excellent musicians Beauty Feast, Akudama, Strange Shapes, Ava Luna, Richard Vagnino, Spencerworld and Chris Rubeo – and the list is growing.

The Outs is always looking for talented folks to help make the show happen – e-mail if you’d like to join us on set, recommend a band, offer feedback, or talk about the future of the project.

Click here for information about our cast and crew.

For information on the music used in the show, check here.

The best way to keep up with the show is by following us on Facebook.

P.S. A special thank you to all who have continued to keep me in your thoughts and have been connecting with me over my online/podcast/blogging hiatus and procrastination (: Also, Thumbs up for Obama’s re-election :)


The NYC Drag March 2012

Pull Out Your Marching Shoes! The 19th annual NYC Drag March is on Friday June 22, 2012.

You’re invited! Join the event:

Feel free to download, print, post and spread the word. Happy Pride!

VJnetcast#247 – Pride 48 Live and Uncut

MP3 File

This track was recorded in front of live internet audience on Saturday, June 26th, 2010 for the marathon of 48 hours of continuous live streaming podcasters for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, q… Pride weekend. With and podcasts along with special guests… | 347-68-VJNET [347-688-5638] | vjnetcast[at] | A BustB!G and Live Your Dreams Production | Part of the AirStream Podcasting Network

Brian G, Tim, David b and I getting ready to stream live from the New York studio.
Click on image for more photos.

VJN40 Charlie Demos – Hypergender Pride Show |

I saw my friend Carl perform with Charlie Demos ( at Hypergender’s 2nd Annual PRIDE Show @ WOW Cafe Theatre in New York City. | 347-68-VJNET [347-688-5638] | vjnetcast[at] | | A BustB!G and Live Your Dreams Production | Part of the Airstream Podcasting Network

Eddie Lebron’s Mega Man – Get Equipped

The Mega Man feature length film has arrived!

“MegaMan”-Fan Film from Eddie Lebron on Vimeo.

MegaMan is a non-profit fan film. This film is for entertainment purposes only. MegaMan is the creation of Capcom Entertainment.

Written and Directed by Eddie Lebron. For more info on the director, visit:

For more about the Mega Man film, visit: and

Eddie Lebron’s Mega Man Is Coming!

It’s a busy weekend for our friend Carl. Not only will he be performing on stage this weekend, he’ll also be at a screening of Eddie Lebron’s Mega Man film in NY. The Mega Man fan film is based on the popular Nintendo video game series. Carl plays Elec Man one of the Robot Masters.

There will be a special Mega Man feature film screening and a Q&A session with director Eddie Lebron and cast. But get there early if you want to meet Carl. He says that he’ll have to leave the screening early to work on Laughing in the Wind.

Tickets are FREE! (Please note seating available on a first-come basis.)

When: Saturday, May 8, 2010
Doors open 3:30pm
Screening beings 4:00pm
Where: The Lang Recital Hall is located in the Hunter College North Building, between Park and Lexington at 69th Street. Enter on 69th Street, and take the elevator to the 4th Floor.

Facebook Event Page:

Can’t make the screening? No worries. It’ll all be online at starting Friday, May 7th!

Click image below to view trailer

Check out the film and the director’s official websites:

Kung Fu Theater: Laughing in the Wind

Remember the good ole days of Saturday morning Kung Fu Theater? Well see our loved friend, Carl Ka-Ho Li, perform in the live stage production of “Laughing in the Wind: A Cautionary Tale in Martial Arts.” Now showing for a limited time!

April 30 to May 23, 2010
Theater for the New City, 155 First Ave. (at E. 10th St.), Manhattan
Transportation: L to 14th Street/First Ave., 6 to Astor Place, N&R to Broadway/8th Street.
Th – Sat at 7:30 PM, Sun at 3:00 PM,
additional performance Wed., May 19 at 7:30 pm
$25.00; $20.00 Seniors/Students; TDF accepted.
20% discount for groups of 10 and above.

Box Office 347-574-4369;
or reserve by email:
Running time 2 hours plus a 15 minute intermission.

From April 30 to May 23, 2010 Yangtze Repertory Theatre of America will present “Laughing in the Wind: A Cautionary Tale in Martial Arts,” based on a novel by Jin Yong, China’s most popular writer of the Martial Arts (Wuxia) genre, and arguably the most widely read author in the Chinese speaking world. The play is adapted and directed by Joanna Chan, Artistic Director of Yangtze Repertory Theatre. It exposes the tragic consequences of ruthless power struggles.

The play is a martial arts epic with a fighting/kicking ensemble of 18 actors playing 26 speaking parts. It is based on a story about friendship and love, deception and betrayal, ambition and lust for power which was originally titled “Xiao Ao Jiang Hu” when it was published in 1967, and has been variously translated as “The Smiling, Proud Wanderer” and “State of Divinity.” ~ Yangtze Repertory Theatre of America

Click HERE to read more and how to purchase tickets.

Click HERE for more Carl on VJnet

Disco Night to Benefit Trinity Place Shelter and New Alternatives

Our friend Brian G, from TheOccasionalFag podcast is having a benefit event for Trinity Place Shelter and New Alternatives in New York City on May 8th.

New Alternatives is a non-profit organization that provides services for homeless LGBT youth (ages 16-24). So many kids are kicked out out of their homes, just for being gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or questioning and New Alternatives helps these young people by teaching them life skills. If you are unable to attend you can always donate through their site

Shake your grove thing! For a great cause! Disco Night to benefit Trinity Place Shelter and New Alternatives.

Location: Club Touch @ 240 West 52nd Street, New York, NY
Date: Saturday, May 8, 2010
Doors: 6:30PM
Show: 7PM – 9PM
Cost: $15
Hosted By: High Maintenance And Miguel Oso D’Desnudo

Facebook event page:!/event.php?eid=111296548912319

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