Queer Voices

August 5th 2022 Queer Voices

August 05, 2022 Queer Voices
August 5th 2022 Queer Voices
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Queer Voices
August 5th 2022 Queer Voices
Aug 05, 2022
Queer Voices

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Houston Chronicle Music Critic -- Women's Convention 2022 -- Queer Improv Jam (Station Theater)

We speak with Houston Chronicle Music Critic, Joey Guerra about the recently released album from Beyonce, "Renaissance". Joey Guerra is the music critic for the Houston Chronicle. He also covers various aspects of pop culture. He has reviewed hundreds of concerts and interviewed hundreds of celebrities, from Justin Bieber to Dolly Parton to Beyonce. He’s appeared as a regular correspondent on Fox26 and was head judge and director of the Pride Superstar singing competition for a decade. He has been named journalist of the year multiple times by both OutSmart Magazine and the FACE Awards. He also covers various aspects of pop culture, including the local drag scene and "RuPaul's Drag Race."

GUEST: Joey Guerra
https://www.houstonchronicle.com/author/joey-guerra/ 

 We speak with Rachel Carmona, executive director of the Women's March. We discuss the upcoming Women's Convention to be held on August 12-14th at the George R. Brown Convention Center. The Women’s Convention is a weekend of workshops, strategy sessions, inspiring forums, creative expression, and intersectional movement building. It will be a place where cause, community, and creativity intersect. We will provide a space where people can meet, share common interests, and engage on issues of civic engagement, accelerated by pop culture. We will engage activists by melding traditional organizing programming with non-traditional programming, including salons, art spaces, screenings, social programming, and women’s workforce development. This convention will leverage the power of culture shift through skilling up and storytelling to create an empowered space of feminist momentum. This event will mobilize and unite movements for gender justice, racial justice, LGBTQ rights, and environmental justice and bring thousands of participants to combine activism and creative expression among everyday people. 

GUEST:Rachel Carmona
https://www.thewomensconvention.com/

Queer Improv Jam is an LGBTQIA+ improv jam for those who identify as QUEER, TRANS, LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, GENDERQUEER, and their allies!  This jam is 18+ and free of charge. All experience levels are welcome – no improv experience required. Please come as you are, that’s more than enough.  The Queer Improv Jam is a relaxed and non-intimidating event.
It is a safe space to explore queer identities and relationships onstage. They want this to be a fun place to meet new people, create, and explore together.
They’ll have a quick introduction to improv followed by some scenes onstage and a discussion at the end of the event.

GUESTS: Jessica Brown and Aaron Michaels
https://www.stationtheater.com

Queer Voices airs in Houston Texas on 90.1FM KPFT and is heard as a podcast here. Queer Voices hopes to entertain as well as illuminate LGBTQ issues in Houston and beyond. Check out our socials at:

https://www.facebook.com/QueerVoicesKPFT/ and
https://www.instagram.com/queervoices90.1kpft/

Show Notes

Send us a Text Message.

Houston Chronicle Music Critic -- Women's Convention 2022 -- Queer Improv Jam (Station Theater)

We speak with Houston Chronicle Music Critic, Joey Guerra about the recently released album from Beyonce, "Renaissance". Joey Guerra is the music critic for the Houston Chronicle. He also covers various aspects of pop culture. He has reviewed hundreds of concerts and interviewed hundreds of celebrities, from Justin Bieber to Dolly Parton to Beyonce. He’s appeared as a regular correspondent on Fox26 and was head judge and director of the Pride Superstar singing competition for a decade. He has been named journalist of the year multiple times by both OutSmart Magazine and the FACE Awards. He also covers various aspects of pop culture, including the local drag scene and "RuPaul's Drag Race."

GUEST: Joey Guerra
https://www.houstonchronicle.com/author/joey-guerra/ 

 We speak with Rachel Carmona, executive director of the Women's March. We discuss the upcoming Women's Convention to be held on August 12-14th at the George R. Brown Convention Center. The Women’s Convention is a weekend of workshops, strategy sessions, inspiring forums, creative expression, and intersectional movement building. It will be a place where cause, community, and creativity intersect. We will provide a space where people can meet, share common interests, and engage on issues of civic engagement, accelerated by pop culture. We will engage activists by melding traditional organizing programming with non-traditional programming, including salons, art spaces, screenings, social programming, and women’s workforce development. This convention will leverage the power of culture shift through skilling up and storytelling to create an empowered space of feminist momentum. This event will mobilize and unite movements for gender justice, racial justice, LGBTQ rights, and environmental justice and bring thousands of participants to combine activism and creative expression among everyday people. 

GUEST:Rachel Carmona
https://www.thewomensconvention.com/

Queer Improv Jam is an LGBTQIA+ improv jam for those who identify as QUEER, TRANS, LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, GENDERQUEER, and their allies!  This jam is 18+ and free of charge. All experience levels are welcome – no improv experience required. Please come as you are, that’s more than enough.  The Queer Improv Jam is a relaxed and non-intimidating event.
It is a safe space to explore queer identities and relationships onstage. They want this to be a fun place to meet new people, create, and explore together.
They’ll have a quick introduction to improv followed by some scenes onstage and a discussion at the end of the event.

GUESTS: Jessica Brown and Aaron Michaels
https://www.stationtheater.com

Queer Voices airs in Houston Texas on 90.1FM KPFT and is heard as a podcast here. Queer Voices hopes to entertain as well as illuminate LGBTQ issues in Houston and beyond. Check out our socials at:

https://www.facebook.com/QueerVoicesKPFT/ and
https://www.instagram.com/queervoices90.1kpft/