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Lesbian comedy  // Posts tagged as "Lesbian comedy"

20 May Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off on My Mentor Memoir- Joan Rivers

My Mentor Memoir- Joan Rivers

My Mentor Memoir- Joan Rivers

Lesbian Comic Poppy Champlin is Back! I loved watching the old comics on TV— Flip Wilson, Johnny Carson, Red Skelton, Jackie Gleason and the Honeymooners and Lucy, I loved Lucy. I would watch that all the time, and The Three Stooges. I wasn’t a big fan of the Marx Brothers I think their humor went […]

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Lesbian Comic is Out in the Woods

Lesbian Comic is Out in the Woods

I lived in LA for 14 years in West Hollywood and then moved back to the woods in Perryville, RI. Talk about country, ya know how they say it is bad luck for a black cat to cross your path? Well, what is it when a black cow crosses your path? Seriously, one night I […]

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29 Feb Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off on Lesbian Comedy: Laughter is Contagious!

Lesbian Comedy: Laughter is Contagious!

Lesbian Comedy: Laughter is Contagious!

Meet our new humor columnist: Poppy Champlin! Have you ever laughed so hard that you can’t stop?  You want to stop, you keep saying, “Stop! Stop it my stomach hurts!” And after a while you don’t even know why you are laughing and then you are laughing at that. It is a phenomenon and one […]

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25 Nov Posted by in • Monica Palacios | Comments Off on Monica Palacios: Queer International Hip Chick

Monica Palacios: Queer International Hip Chick

Monica Palacios: Queer International Hip Chick

Epochalips’ Queer Señorita Monica Palacios talks about her beginnings as a Latina lesbian comic in the Mission District of San Francisco. Monica became famous for her one-liners: “Remember the TV show Lassie with June Lockhart? — I had her. Very sincere woman. She kept her apron on the whole time…Try my new queer Mexican food: […]

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Quinceañera x 2

Quinceañera x 2

When I turned 50 in 2009, it really was no big deal. All my parts still worked and I wasn’t in need of stool softeners.  Ok—maybe half a tab.  But I looked cool when I danced…that’s if you closed one eye and squinted. So it’s now 2012 and I must say, this is a big […]

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24 Aug Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off on Queer Comedy Queen Poppy Champlin

Queer Comedy Queen Poppy Champlin

Queer Comedy Queen Poppy Champlin

I am busy. Very busy. I feel like I am producing comedy shows almost 24/7. I just finished Titanic The Musical as an actress, to take a break from comedy – but the money was so bad, I have to double my efforts now to get back what I lost taking my break. I totally […]

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21 Dec Posted by in • Epochalips Interviews | Comments Off on The Epochalips Interview: Marga Gomez

The Epochalips Interview: Marga Gomez

The Epochalips Interview: Marga Gomez

You are a comedian, actress and playwright, tell us a little about your background and how you got started. MG: My parents were both respected performers in the Latino community in New York City. My dad was a comedian and producer. My mom was a dancer and actress. I’m a lousy dancer but I was […]

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06 Sep Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off on Over the Rainbow at the Laugh Lounge

Over the Rainbow at the Laugh Lounge

Over the Rainbow at the Laugh Lounge

I’m a Comedian. I’m a Lesbian. But am I a Lesbian Comedian? Sure! I used to do exclusively clean material. No references to sex or sexuality, maybe a couple of mild double entendres, nothing too dangerous. Working clean has advantages and disadvantages. I can play a county fair and a senior center, something many of […]

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