Gay Fresno - Entertainment


COME ON DOWN! Win tickets to The Price is Right Live!

  • Parent Category: News
  • Published: Thursday, 29 August 2013 16:39
  • Written by Jason Scott



* To enter to win all you need to do is
like us on facebook
and answer our question of the week *

Chance #2: Text the word "Fresno" to (559) 862-4559 to enter!

Chance #1
goes live on our facebook at 6PM, August 29th:

"What was your favorite memory of The Price is Right as a kid?" 
Congrats to Crystal G of Clovis!


The Price is Right LIVE! is coming to Fresno's Saroyan Theatre on September 18th
Tickets available now!

 (Standard text message rates apply, by entering, you will join our text message list)


Reel Pride Kick Off Party is this Wednesday! Don't miss out!

  • Parent Category: News
  • Published: Monday, 19 August 2013 20:27
  • Written by Jason Scott
Please join us this Wednesday evening at Fresno Reel Pride’s KICK-OFF PARTY!
Appetizers, beverages and an amazing silent auction awaits!

Fresno Reel Pride’s

24th Annual Film Festival


Wed. Aug. 21st6-9 PM

Cal Arts Severence • Tower District

• Purchase of membership or sponsorship required to attend this event.
• Memberships levels start at $90 per person. Sponsorship levels available from $550 and up.
Membership and sponsorship purchase includes admission to the 24th annual film festival Sept. 18-22, 2013 – consisting of five days with more than 50 films, plus admission to the Kick-Off, Opening Night and Closing Night Parties.


Prop 8 Play Marks 400th Performance

  • Parent Category: News
  • Published: Saturday, 10 August 2013 12:23
  • Written by Scott

Dustin Lance Black’s play “8″ reached its 400th performance this week.

AFER reports:

“8,” the hit play by Dustin Lance Black about marriage for gay and lesbian couples, continues to sweep the country and the world. Fremont, OH is the 400th confirmed reading, which are taking place at a variety of professional, community, college and high school theaters. The 50 year-old Fremont Community Theatre will stage readings on September 13 and 14 in their 500+ seat performance space located an hour and a half outside Cleveland.

We’ve seen it three times – once from L.A. in the podcast version, once in Davis, California, and once in Sacramento.


Please Like Me TV Series Premiere

  • Parent Category: News
  • Published: Friday, 02 August 2013 05:49
  • Written by Jason Scott

please-like-meMeet the lovable and funny Josh Thomas (25), the Australian comedian that every girl will soon want as her best friend. The GQ Comedian of the Year Award winner is the creator, writer, Executive Producer and star of the Pivot Original Series "Please Like Me." Though it doesn't officially premiere until August 1 on the new TV network, you can watch the first episode, "Rhubarb and Custard" right now only at

The laugh-out-loud funny and charming coming-of-age show is based on the actual painfully awkward events of Josh, who is clearly going through a quarter-life crisis. The series follows him as he heads towards his 21st birthday and, in the span of 24 hours, is dumped by his girlfriend, Claire, realizes he may be gay and moves in with his mother, Rose, who has just attempted suicide. Although it's a scripted show, Josh didn't hesitate to cast his real-life best friend and dog, John, to star alongside him. Pivot will launch the series with a binge marathon of all 6 episodes on August 1. "Binge watching is universal, I think," Josh said. "Australian's do it, I do it. My dad does it. If a show is good you don't want to turn it off."



"The Fosters" to Air Lesbian Wedding

  • Parent Category: News
  • Published: Thursday, 01 August 2013 20:44
  • Written by Scott

the-fosters-wedding-250x250The Fosters are getting married! The show, which focuses on a lesbian couple with a horde of foster kids (and one biological one), hardly ever makes a big deal about the main characters’ sexuality. Until now. NBC News reports:

On the historic day this summer that Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo were married in Los Angeles and Kristin Perry and Sandy Stier exchanged vows in San Francisco, a similar wedding took place in the backyard of a house in Long Beach, Calif. The third nuptials belonged to fictional characters Stef Foster and Lena Adams of “The Fosters”–TV’s first gay characters to say “I do” since the Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act. The ABC Family drama’s creators, Bradley Bredeweg and Peter Paige, credit “universal synergy” with the impeccable timing of the filming of the garden ceremony on June 28, the same day two of the couples challenging Prop 8 in California (which bans gay marriage) became legally wed.

Art imitates life? Or life imitates art?