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The goal is to emerge from this three-day trip with offers out to nine actor-singers who are ready and willing to bring this story to vivid, three-dimensional life.

Over the years that I’ve been developing this piece, I’ve had the privilege of seeing these roles played by many different casts.

On May 21, I wake at to catch a 7 am flight from SFO to JFK.

I’m flying to New York to find a cast for our upcoming production of “The Fourth Messenger” at the New York Musical Festival, aka NYMF.

While I love a lot of the artists mentioned, it’s unclear as to what the requirements were to be put on the list.

The organization has restarted at least 5 times, most recently in 2007 under the management and direction of Dr.My good friend, the Lavender Menace, recently tipped me off to Top Gay’s list of the Top 50 Lesbian Songs. In an effort to make peace and not just complain that they got it all wrong, I’d like to add some of my own to the list (which you can all just copy and paste into their suggestion box, thank you). Bikini Kill — “Rebel Girl”The Veronicas — “Take Me On The Floor”Bratmobile — “Come Hither”The Ditty Bops — “Moon Over The Freeway”Le Tigre — “Hot Topic”Sleater-Kinney — “Ballad of a Ladyman”Tracy Chapman — “Give Me One Reason”Luscious Jackson — “Naked Eye”Gossip — “Fire Sign”I tried to be as all-inclusive as possible but I could literally go on and on, which is perhaps the problem with making a list like this in the first place. Hawkins‘ “Damn, Wish I Was Your Lover” is in first place. While it seems like a work in progress (they are taking votes and also asking for other suggestions), the list they have to vote from is baffling to me. Here is the criteria for the songs I chose, and these are either/or/and criteria: The song must have lesbian connotations, a gay band member, be played non-stop at the lesbian bars I’ve frequented and tend to make everyone jump with joy, songs that my lesbian friends pick to sing at karaoke on a regular basis. It was at that time that David and Ron Jones, only 15 and 16 years old, decided to start a drum corps called the Oregon Crusaders.

David and Ron went on to do wonderful things in their lives, and they remain close to the OC organization today.I’ve borne witness to several transcendent Sids, fierce yet vulnerable Rainas, devoted Andys, fabulous Delilahs, oily Sams, wacky Claras, etc…