ARTICLES & ESSAYS BY JIM TUSHINSKI
Indiewire.com, /bent blog, July 28, 2014
In late 1971, a little over two years after the Stonewall Riots, there were no out gay celebrities. That changed on December 27, when a respected Broadway choreographer/director and his business manager opened a low budget 16mm movie in a rundown art house theater on 55th Street.
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