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Adam was an athlete, and he was doing his basketball or baseball practices, and she made it all work as a single mom.MW: RAPP: A community theater director I was working with was incredibly encouraging to my mom to look for special work for me after I did several shows with him.It felt like to completely say, “Yes, I’m one hundred percent homosexual” would invalidate any relationships or experiences that I’d had with women. I think for some people, when they think that public figures say something like what I said, they’re trying to obfuscate or hide. Part of what, to me, makes the show special, is that all of these labelled things about these characters are never directly talked about. The rest of it is just this is who they are, this is the tapestry of the community in which everyone lives, and there’s no muss, no fuss made about any of those aspects of their lives.I know that there are some gay men for whom they’ve never had any desire or experiences with women, and that’s one hundred percent the case with them. I wasn’t trying to do that — I was trying to have an open conversation about the nature of sexuality, and that there’s a fluidity to it to some degree in some cases. That’s one of the things that I loved about it, and am very proud of it.
It was always my desire, it was always my hope, it was always my pursuit.I’ve always liked the word “queer,” because it’s an umbrella word that covers all of it. I do think it’s relevant and interesting to remark, 20 years later, that that was the case.I also like the fact that “queer” was reclaimed from being an epithet to being a word that’s empowering. MW: Rent, an opera over one hundred years old, which is a classic for many reasons, not least of which is that it speaks eloquently about the power of love and community in the face of tragedy and struggle, as does .And she was just doing whatever she could to help make it happen.I don’t even know how she did it, in terms of scheduling, making sure I could get to rehearsals and whatever.