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Live OUT Radio Interview: Zelda (aka Judith Z. Miller) talks about Que Será, Será & More!
November 25, 2019 @ 9:00 pm - 10:00 pmFree
Zelda interviews on Radio Kingston with host Jeff Rindler on OUT Radio about the upcoming performances of her solo show Que Será, Será: A Life’s Journey of Sexual Orientation & Gender Expression. This multi-media show chronicles the joys and challenges of navigating non-binary Queerness from childhood in the 1950s to adulthood.
This work-in-progress readings of Que Será, Será will take place at the Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center on December 7 & 8. (Please see separate listings.)
Show website: QueSeraSeraShow.com
This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by Arts Mid-Hudson.
About OUT Radio: OUT Radio will highlight the LGBTQ voice that often gets overlooked. We’ll feature LGBTQ advocacy groups, personal stories from people in our community, upcoming local and national events, and music from LGBTQ musicians. We hope to be a bridge between the LGBTQ community and the world at large.
Jeff Rindler is host of OUT Radio and is the Executive Director of the Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center. In his role he provides strategic vision, leadership and oversees all programmatic and operational aspects of the Center. Jeff has worked with the LGBTQ community for over 25 years having previously spent over 20 years at the Gay Men’s Health Crisis in New York City, the nation’s first AIDS service organization as their Chief Program Officer. “We must come together as a community and support each and take care of other. Our voice has often been silenced and there are threats to our community that seem to come at great regularity. OUT Radio is an opportunity for our voices to be heard, but also a chance to learn more about the arts, culture, and feeling of the LGBTQ community in the area.”