Friday, May 25, 2007

Episode 138 - Part 2 with Garry Posey



Listen to the amazing conclusion with Garry Posey as he talks about his work in the theater and how he met Matthew Shepard and we talk about the tragic event that forever changed the GLBT community. He talks about meeting Matthew's mother as she spoke all over the world about her son. He talks about plays he is working on right now and would like you to come see the shows if you are in the area!

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4 Comments:

Anonymous john q. public said...

Matthew Shepherd's murder was one of our most unbearable losses. It was so cruel and senseless. His death caused me to do one the largest displays in my classroom to try and get discussion going among the students about the side effects of homophobia.

I'm sure that Posey's connection with Shepherd will last forever.

May 25, 2007 at 7:40 AM  
Anonymous Nick Thomas said...

Interesting story about how Garry met Matthew Shepard and the coming out story. Thanks for sharing this interesting interview with all us in the online community. I have been following the reports of violence as members of the Gay community in Russia attmpt to march for pride. It makes me realize how far we've come here in America. But I wonder if hate is only hidden just beneath the surface here in America. It may be that it is only the rule of law that protects us from those who follow the porported laws of God versus those of civilized man.

May 27, 2007 at 3:00 PM  
Anonymous Ian M said...

Really enjoyed this interview, together with the first one. Such a calm and informative interview. Must have been an honour meeting Matthew Sheppard. Would be great to get his mother on the show.

May 29, 2007 at 9:41 PM  
Blogger Arthur (AmeriNZ) said...

Great interview. It was so interesting to hear a personal view about Matthew. And some of those shows sound really interesting, too.

May 31, 2007 at 8:13 PM  

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