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29th Dec '16 2:09:32 PM jamespolk
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* ''Film/PortraitOfJason'' is an experimental documentary interview film that is nothing more than a single sit-down interview with its subject, the CampGay hustler Jason Holliday. Among other things, Jason gleefully reenacts a whole scene from ''Theatre/FunnyGirl''.
12th Nov '16 4:36:14 PM nombretomado
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* On ''Series/BarneyMiller'' Inspector Luger once opines that everyone who is now or ever has been a Hollywood actor is gay - "except [[JohnWayne the Duke]] of course."

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* On ''Series/BarneyMiller'' Inspector Luger once opines that everyone who is now or ever has been a Hollywood actor is gay - "except [[JohnWayne [[Creator/JohnWayne the Duke]] of course."
14th Oct '16 7:13:53 PM KingClark
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->''"Ahh... An afternoon alone with my favorite book. ''Broadway Musicals of the 1940s.''"''

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->''"Ahh... An afternoon alone with my favorite book. book: ''Broadway Musicals of the 1940s.''"''1940s''."''
16th Jun '16 11:40:51 PM PaulA
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* The B-plot of "[[Series/MurdochMysteries Republic of Murdoch]]" revolves around this. Theatre buff Inspector Brackenreid proudly anticipates seeing his elder son perform in an amateur theatrical production (bragging to Murdoch about family talent), but afterward he is disturbed that his son portrayed a female character (Lady Bracknell from Creator/OscarWilde's ''The Importance of Being Earnest'', as it happens) and "seemed to embrace the role." He consults Dr. Ogden and asks her to talk to the boy and find out if he is, in Brackenreid's words "a nancy boy". Young John does meet with her and says he knows what his father is thinking and insists he isn't gay. He soon [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness visits his father at the station]], sporting a black eye and a split lip. Brackenreid learns from John's teacher that he picked the fight with a much-larger boy, and Dr. Ogden suggests John is desperate for the inspector's approval. In the end, Brackenreid has a fatherly chat with his son, reassuring the boy that he can pursue his true interests and still have his parents' love and approval.

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* ''Series/MurdochMysteries'': The B-plot of "[[Series/MurdochMysteries Republic "Republic of Murdoch]]" Murdoch" revolves around this. Theatre buff Inspector Brackenreid proudly anticipates seeing his elder son perform in an amateur theatrical production (bragging to Murdoch about family talent), but afterward he is disturbed that his son portrayed a female character (Lady Bracknell from Creator/OscarWilde's ''The Importance of Being Earnest'', ''Theatre/TheImportanceOfBeingEarnest'', as it happens) and "seemed to embrace the role." He consults Dr. Ogden and asks her to talk to the boy and find out if he is, in Brackenreid's words "a nancy boy". Young John does meet with her and says he knows what his father is thinking and insists he isn't gay. He soon [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness visits his father at the station]], sporting a black eye and a split lip. Brackenreid learns from John's teacher that he picked the fight with a much-larger boy, and Dr. Ogden suggests John is desperate for the inspector's approval. In the end, Brackenreid has a fatherly chat with his son, reassuring the boy that he can pursue his true interests and still have his parents' love and approval.
15th May '16 2:04:44 AM Doug86
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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' fics of Creator/AAPessimal, André, the undercover copper from ''Literature/{{Maskerade}}'', comes out as StraightGay. There are ambiguous hints in the original canon; they come out into the open here and rely on his passion for musical theatre and his status as [[Series/WillAndGrace Gay Best Friend]] for many female characters.

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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' fics of Creator/AAPessimal, André, the undercover copper from ''Literature/{{Maskerade}}'', comes out as StraightGay. There are ambiguous hints in the original canon; they come out into the open here and rely on his passion for musical theatre and his status as [[Series/WillAndGrace Gay Best Friend]] for many female characters.
25th Apr '16 9:16:35 AM AgProv
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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' fics of Creator/AAPessimal, André, the undercover copper from ''Literature/{{Maskerade}}'', comes out as StraightGay. There are ambiguous hints in the original canon; they come out into the open here and rely on his passion for musical theatre and his status as [[Series/WillAndGrace Gay Best Friend]] for many female characters.
4th Apr '16 12:22:34 AM erforce
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--> -- '''Theatre/AvenueQ''' peeps in on Rod in his TransparentCloset

-> "Homer, anyone who ever acted in, written, or ever even seen a play is gay."
--> -- Grady, "TheSimpsons"

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--> -- -->-- '''Theatre/AvenueQ''' peeps in on Rod in his TransparentCloset

-> "Homer, ->"Homer, anyone who ever acted in, written, or ever even seen a play is gay."
--> -- Grady, "TheSimpsons"
-->-- '''Grady''', ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''



* Parodied [[SignatureStyle viciously]] in ''TeamAmericaWorldPolice''.

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* Parodied [[SignatureStyle viciously]] in ''TeamAmericaWorldPolice''.''Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice''.



* In the ''[[Literature/AuntDimity Aunt Dimity]]'' series, Grant and Charles, the [[AmbiguouslyGay art restorers and appraisers who live in Finch with their two small dogs]] are noted to have come from London, and they regularly return there to see theatrical productions.

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* In the ''[[Literature/AuntDimity Aunt Dimity]]'' ''Literature/AuntDimity'' series, Grant and Charles, the [[AmbiguouslyGay art restorers and appraisers who live in Finch with their two small dogs]] are noted to have come from London, and they regularly return there to see theatrical productions.
11th Mar '16 9:54:29 AM 69BookWorM69
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* The B-plot of "[[Series/MurdochMysteries Republic of Murdoch]]" revolves around this. Theatre buff Inspector Brackenreid proudly anticipates seeing his elder son perform in an amateur theatrical production (bragging to Murdoch about family talent), but afterward he is disturbed that his son portrayed a female character (Lady Bracknell from Creator/OscarWilde's ''The Importance of Being Earnest'', as it happens) and "seemed to embrace the role." He consults Dr. Ogden and asks her to talk to the boy and find out if he is, in Brackenreid's words "a nancy boy". Young John does meet with her and says he knows what his father is thinking and insists he isn't gay. He soon [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness visits his father at the station]], sporting a black eye and a split lip. Brackenreid learns from John's teacher that he picked the fight with a much-larger boy, and Dr. Ogden suggests John is desperate for the inspector's approval. In the end, Brackenreid has a fatherly chat with his son, reassuring the boy that he can pursue his true interests and still have his parents' love and approval.
2nd Feb '16 11:09:53 AM Kitchen90
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* Tom from ''Series/GimmeGimmeGimme'' is a struggling actor with an agent who loathes him. His most memorable performance was when he portrayed [[OldShame a bystander buying from a market stall]] in ''Series/EastEnders''.

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* Tom from ''Series/GimmeGimmeGimme'' is able to give Linda loads of trivia about many theatre shows -- whether musicals or independent productions. This is mostly through a struggling actor with an agent who loathes him. His most memorable performance was when he portrayed [[OldShame ReasonYouSuckSpeech or a bystander buying from a market stall]] in ''Series/EastEnders''.WhatTheHellHero reaction.
27th Dec '15 2:18:58 PM nombretomado
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* Maxxie from ''{{Skins}}'' is a variant of this, as he is more interested in dancing than theatre, but wants to try out for musicals in London. Otherwise fairly StraightGay.

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* Maxxie from ''{{Skins}}'' ''Series/{{Skins}}'' is a variant of this, as he is more interested in dancing than theatre, but wants to try out for musicals in London. Otherwise fairly StraightGay.



* Referenced in the first episode of ''NorthernExposure'', when Maurice tells Joel about his love for musicals - "But I'm no fruit if that's what you're thinkin'."

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* Referenced in the first episode of ''NorthernExposure'', ''Series/NorthernExposure'', when Maurice tells Joel about his love for musicals - "But I'm no fruit if that's what you're thinkin'."
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