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Scott Austin, Thank You For Coming Out

Listen now: “Thank You For Coming Out” creator and host Dubbs Weinblatt welcomes Scott Austin, a Brooklyn-based theater teacher who also works as a teaching artist with Ping Chong + Co. and performs improv comedy around New York. He knows a pretty good joke about a penguin.
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Leah Abay, Thank You For Coming Out

Listen now: “Thank You For Coming Out” creator and host Dubbs Weinblatt welcomes Leah Abay, who is currently pursuing their Master’s in Social Work at NYU. He hails from Akron, where they completed their Bachelor’s in Dance Performance and then performed professionally for two years. Since relocating to New York in 2016, she has worked with homeless LGBTQ youth as a volunteer and as a part of his graduate degree. They graduate in May of 2020, and their dream job is working as a gender-affirming clinician. She loves oat milk iced lattes and when folks incorporate all of their pronouns into one sentence!
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Lou Gonzalez, Thank You For Coming Out

Listen now: “Thank You For Coming Out” creator and host Dubbs Weinblatt welcomes comedian/ writer/ director Lou Gonzalez (he/ him/ his), born and raised in the Bronx, who is a teacher and a performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre and is a fierce queen who has been doing sketch comedy and improv since 2009.
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Jessica Henderson, Thank You For Coming Out

Listen now: “Thank You For Coming Out” creator and host Dubbs Weinblatt welcomes Jessica Henderson, a New York City stand-up, birthed from a Jamaican military father and a mad scientist chemist mother, who has taken her colorful childhood and put it into a half-hour called “40 Acres and a Strap: My life After Slavery and Journey Towards Queerness.”
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Lynaé DePriest, Thank You For Coming Out

Listen now: “Thank You For Coming Out,” creator and host Dubbs Weinblatt (they/ them/ theirs) welcomes Lynaé DePriest aka Thoughtress (they/ them/ theirs), a queer/ non-binary comedian, poet, actor, and storyteller based in New York City. They were named one of TimeOut New York’s “LGBTQ POC Comedians We’re Obsessed With,” and are returning for their third year as the mainstage host for FlameCon 2019.
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Carmen LoBue, Thank You For Coming Out

Listen now: “Thank You For Coming Out” creator and host Dubbs Weinblatt welcomes queer Afro Fil Am producer, director, writer, and actor Carmen LoBue, who has a passion for social justice and portraying womxn and LGBTQIA perspectives and is the 2018 New Legacy Maker Honoree and a T.O. WebFest Best Director nominee.
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Chloe Koser, Thank You For Coming Out

Listen now: “Thank You For Coming Out” creator and host Dubbs Weinblatt welcomes Chloe Koser, a lady who is queer and trans and currently appearing in her one-woman show, “Never a Boy,” twice a month at UCBT Hell’s Kitchen.
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Rachel Garbus, Thank You For Coming Out

Listen now: “Thank You For Coming Out” creator and host Dubbs Weinblatt welcomes writer, performer, storyteller, and podcast-maker Rachel Garbus, who is good at listening, bad at prompt arrivals, and loves the sound of anyone laughing.
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Isabelle McCalla, Thank You For Coming Out

Listen now: In this week’s episode of the Gay City News podcast “Thank You For Coming Out,” creator and host Dubbs Weinblatt welcomes Broadway star Isabelle McCalla, who made headlines for sharing a same-gender kiss during a televised performance from the Tony Award-nominated musical “The Prom” during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
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Laura Dolce-Bun, Thank You For Coming Out

Listen now: “Thank You For Coming Out” creator and host Dubbs Weinblatt welcomes Laura Dolce-Bun (she/ her), a teacher, a life-long learner, a wife, and a new mom who loves hiking, crafting, and all DIY challenges — and is also one of Dubbs’ best friends.
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Geoffrey Kidwell, Thank You For Coming Out

Listen now: In this week’s episode of the Gay City News podcast “Thank You For Coming Out,” creator and host Dubbs Weinblatt welcomes Geoffrey Kidwell, who shares how his mother reacted to his coming out, what it was like to make his Broadway debut in “Waitress,” and the duty of cisgender white gay men everywhere.
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Lauren Patten Is Guest for the Launch of Gay City News’ “Thank You For Coming Out”

Listen now: Dubbs Weinblatt, a trans, genderqueer, queer, and gay creative talent has been a pioneer in bringing fresh perspectives to the improv world. They bring their talent and expertise to Gay City News in our new podcast, “Thank You For Coming Out.” As queer people, we are constantly coming out, and each coming out story is unique in its blend of humor, heartache, worry, and wonder. This week Lauren Patten is their guest.

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