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The premiere party for "Panda: Tale of a Gay Asian Bear" is set for this Saturday, March 23, 2013 at 8 p.m. at @mosphere, 5355 N. Clark Street in Chicago. At that time, "Panda" will go live online and be available for download/purchase here at gamTVusa.com (click our Webisodes tab). The debut follows a successful preview in New York City last week at Uncle Charlie's bar in Midtown Manhattan. A full bar of guests expressed how impressed they were with the production and hoped to see more from GAM-TV.
GAM-TV is proud to add a preview party for a preliminary version of its latest webisode, "Panda: Tale of a Gay Asian Bear" in New York City. It'll be at Uncle Charlie's bar, 139 E. 45th St., at 7 p.m. on Wed., March 13, 2013. Admission is free. Showing will probably be about 7:30 p.m. with an 18 min. running time. DVDs of GAM-TV's romantic comedies, musicals and documentaries will be available, with proceeds to benefit the AIDS-awareness charity, School Street Arts Movement. For more information, e-mail Angel at AngelChgo@aol.com.
The premiere party for "Panda: Tale of a Gay Asian Bear" is set for Saturday, March 23, 2013 at 8 p.m. at @mosphere, 5355 N. Clark Street in Chicago. “Panda” follows Tim, a broader set, gay, Asian man who's realizing his current relationship is ending. In the face of that, he steps into the world of gay bears, hoping that with a little liquid courage to find a new love—or at least a distraction. In this panda’s world, truths surface about the meaning of attraction and what the gay mainstream in America deems beautiful.
GAM-TV's spring season will premiere a webisode series called "Panda: Tale of a Gay Asian Bear." In this series, Tim is experiencing the true reality of his long-term relationship ending. A conversation with his activist roommate resets his dating perspective and challenges his ideas about what's attractive in a man. It all takes place in the setting of a bear bar in the U.S. city of Chicago. Who will he choose?