[OutVoice] Columbus, OH: Jade Esteban Estrada @ CPAC
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Sat Aug 12 04:08:30 EDT 2006
Comedy Central star Jade Esteban Estrada completes his "legendary" trilogy
with the final ICONS: The Lesbian and Gay History of the World, Vol. 3
Comedy Central star Jade Esteban Estrada embodies the Bible-commissioning
King James, Greg Louganis, Mary Cheney and other figureheads in ICONS: The
Lesbian and Gay History of the World, Vol. 3. Photo by LORNA BODLEY.
What: ICONS: The Lesbian and Gay History of the World, Vol. 3
A Musical Comedy Extravaganza
Who: Starring Jade Esteban Estrada
Where: Columbus Performing Arts Center located at 549 Franklin Avenue in
downtown Columbus, Ohio
When: TWO PERFORMANCES ONLY!
9:00 p.m. Monday, September 11, 2006
8:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 12, 2006
(Due to scheduling conflicts, the originally scheduled Wednesday, September
13 show has been canceled)
Info: Tickets at $15
For reservations/information call 614-263-9448 or visit
Running time: 65 Minutes. No intermission.
This performance is brought to you by the Vicarious Productions.
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
In television, 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:
"ICONS: The Lesbian and Gay History of the World, Vol. 3" is Estrada's sixth
one-man show and the final volume of his highly acclaimed and widely toured
ICONS Trilogy. ICONS Vol. 1 debuted at the 1st Annual Columbus National Gay and
Lesbian Theatre Festival in September 2002 and recently celebrated 200
performances in St. Petersburg, Florida. ICONS Vol. 2 debuted also at CNGLTF in
September 2004 and took home the 2004 Audience Favorite Award in Solo Performance.
Estrada's spin-off show TransWorld! The Transgender History of the World
debuted at the University of California at Berkeley in November 2005. Estrada
visits the lives of King James, Liberace, Greg Louganis, Mary Cheney and brings and
a few suprises to make this his most anticipated production to date.
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