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PDP and Jade Esteban Estrada Bring Straight-Up Gay Humor To New DVD

12-14-2010 10:06 AM CET | Arts & Culture

Press release from: PrimaDonna Productions, Inc.

PDP and Jade Esteban Estrada Bring Straight-Up Gay Humor To New

PrimaDonna Productions, Inc. and
Jade Esteban Estrada

DVD Release: "That Is So Gay!"

Now accepting Pre-Orders

Just in time for the holidays, PrimaDonna Productions, Inc. (PDP) and comedian and “super-estrella” (San Antonio Current) Jade Esteban Estrada have joined forces to bring his stand-up comedy home to DVD in "That Is So Gay!"

In "That Is So Gay!" (produced by Estrada and Chadd Green and directed by Green), the comedian brings his Latin-flavored stand-up comedy home to San Antonio for a performance at Graham Central Station. With his trademark humor and insight – not to mention his pink boa – Estrada shows his hometown audience life through his eyes in all its crazy beauty.

“This is my first comedy video,” says Estrada, “so I’m very excited to have my stand-up show on DVD.” “When Jade’s on stage, he’s truly in his element,” adds Green, “so whether you’re a longtime fan or just discovering his act for the first time, this DVD will be a real treat for you.”

Details on a release party for "That Is So Gay!" will be announced soon.

Only $15.00
***SPECIAL OFFER: The first fifty (50) customers to pre-order That Is So Gay! will receive a poster autographed by Jade Esteban Estrada.***

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A veteran of stage and screen, Jade Esteban Estrada has been featured on Comedy Central and Bravo; as an actor, he has appeared on NBC’s Emmy Award-winning series "30 Rock" and "Friday Night Lights"; and his work as a singer has been featured on FX’s award-winning series "The Shield". Dubbed “America’s Prince of Pride” by NBC News, Estrada has won numerous awards and accolades for his stage work and activism, including six awards for his one-man series "ICONS: The Lesbian and Gay History of the World". In 2008, he hosted the GLAAD Media Awards in Miami, Florida; the ceremony was broadcast nationwide on Bravo.

Nikki Young and Lee Hurtado
PrimaDonna Productions, Inc.
8603 Crownhill Blvd., Ste. 30
San Antonio, TX 78209
Phone: 210.822.3552
Fax: 866.822.3581

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