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It lasted five years, a really good gig in Toronto, which was a blessing and a curse. We were all displaced and for most of us, it was our first big job, so we bonded.The crew was amazing and we had great Canadian independent film directors. But I love this play, so funny, sweet, and touching, about a well-off married gay couple in Sag Harbor. “It just takes a lot of caffeine and a lot of alcohol!The New York casting director hadn’t even marked my tape for the show’s producers to watch, but they accidentally somehow saw it and said, ‘This is the guy.’ “They flew me out twice.I didn’t do well in that showcase and was doing theater in St. I had never been and thought it was all a fluke, but a chance to visit LA for free, and somehow I booked it.Now that you're performing in a haunted house every week anything funny or creepy happen? We are not actually performing in a haunted house, but our theater is part of a complex that includes a few theaters, bars and a haunted house. There was a fetish party after the show at one of the bars, and we were all having a good time walking on a man rolled into a rug and we got kicked out for not having wrist bands.
has been drawing audiences to its weird, macabre, hilarious take on the celebrated movie starring Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins for years at its Off-Off-Broadway theater.Every once in a while people pay to do these events where we all do meet-and-greets with fans, so we see each other once a year doing that.Our fan base is intense, not what was back then when we’d do crazy tours at Tower Records with DVDs, such a scene, but a lot of Europeans come, from the showings over there.’ It was so hard to come out and such a good thing to do, especially the nature of the show was all about this.Growing up, I didn’t have many people who were out, so it was important for me to be one of those people if I ever had the chance.” Harrison is amazed by the recent amount of change that’s happened since “Queer” and hopeful, but says he and his cast members “joke about how we’re the black sheep of gayness because we never get mentioned like ‘Will and Grace’ or ‘Ellen.’ Everybody seems to ignore the fact that we ever happened.