In this city, every day is spring break and each year 8 million people come to party, play and experience the madness. There aren’t enough parking places to accommodate them.Off-the-clock, the Tremont Team is a family but on-the-clock, the dollar reigns supreme.Phaidra Knight is a professional athlete, sports media talent, motivational speaker and business entrepreneur.She’s made three appearances in the Rugby World Cup, has appeared on television including Monica Roberts is the woman behind the acclaimed blog Transgriot, self-described as “a writer, award-winning activist, lecturer, speaker, native Houstonian and Texan who transitioned in 1994 and absolutely loves her semi-boring life now.” Sharon Bridgforth worked as the founder, writer and artistic director of the root wy’mn theater company from 1993 to 1998, and as anchor artist for the Austin Project from 2002-2009.Prior to the show’s 2007 season, Kathy Harris had been doing theatre for about seven years and in 2008, Kathy Harris told that she was planning on continuing to pursue a modeling and acting career.She was included in the National Black Justice Coalition’s “The Power of Us” Campaign, which promoted visibility amongst LGBTQ black people.
Whether it is taking appointments, being the peacemaker at the shop, or planning an event at the shop, Sassy keeps things running smoothly.
Her scripts and books have earned numerous awards including Lambda Literary Awards and an American Library Association for “Best Gay/Lesbian Book.” Her theater pieces include The bisexual rapper dropped out of the prestigious La Guardia High School of Performing Arts, where she was studying musical theater, and was quickly signed to XL Recordings at the age of 17.
Now signed with Interscope and Polydor Records, she has been releasing music since 2011 and her first big album should debut this year. Detroit native Raykeea Angel Wilson, who is of African and Native American ancestry, was raised in what she now refers to as a “cult” — the Greater Apostolic Faith.
Lavonne, who addresses themes of sexuality in her work, released her first album in 2008.
Her songs cover topics including Gay Parenting, Domestic Abuse, AIDS, the Presidential campaigns, discrimination, Global Warming, and hip hop hypocrisy.