[OutVoice] Trenton, NJ: Jade Esteban Estrada @ Mill Hill Playhouse

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Fri Aug 11 16:19:36 EDT 2006

Comedy Central star Jade Esteban Estrada returns to Trenton breaking culture 
barriers with his "hilarious and poignant" transgender history show, 

Comedy Central star Jade Esteban Estrada reignites the ever-popular Sylvia 
Rivera just for Trenton in TransWorld! The Transgender History of the World. 

What: TransWorld! The Transgender History of the World
A Musical Comedy

Who: Starring Jade Esteban Estrada

Where: Mill Hill Playhouse located at East Front and South Montgomery Street 
in the historic Mill Hill District in Trenton, New Jersey

When: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, August 22, 2006. Wine reception begins at 7:00 p.m.

Info: Tickets at $15
For reservations/information call 609-396-9788 or email info at tglca.com
Wheelchair accessible
Running time: 65 Minutes. No intermission.
This performance is brought to you by the Trenton Gay and Lesbian Civic 
Association and Vicarious Productions. Proceeds will benefit Trenton's annual 
RainbowFest event in September.

About Jade Esteban Estrada: Out Magazine calls him "the first gay Latin star
," NBC News calls him "America's Prince of Pride" and he was named 2005 
Performance Artist of the Year.  Estrada has broken barriers within the Latino and 
LGBT communities with his hypnotic Latin dance music and his socially relevant 
and well-received solo theatre shows. 
In televison, Estrada has appeared on "The Graham Norton Effect" on Comedy 
Central, "In the Life" on PBS and has hosted the National Puerto Rican Day 
Parade for HBO Latino three years in a row and has recently signed for his fourth 
year which will air in 2007. Estrada is currently on location in Texas shooting 
the film "The Bad Singer" directed by Theadora Grey which will debut at film 
festivals around the world in 2007.

About the show: "TransWorld! The Transgender History of the World" is 
Estrada's fifth one-man show and a spin-off to his ICONS Trilogy. The production 
debuted at University of California at Berkeley in November 2005. Estrada visits 
the lives of Joan of Arc, We Wah, Gertrude Stein, Christine Jorgenson, Sylvia 
Rivera, Brandon Teena and RuPaul. The show is slated to headline the 
Transgender Conference in April 2007 in Philadelphia.

For more information visit the following websites:

The Mill Hill Playhouse is owned by the City of Trenton, Douglas H. Palmer, 
Maintained by the Department of Recreation, Natural Resources and Culture, 
Francis E. Blanco, Director
319 East State Street, Trenton, NJ 08608

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