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The Path to Pride with Lance Bass and Nikki Levy

Length: 1 hr and 9 mins
3 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)
Regular price: £2.79
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Summary

Celebrate Pride with Lance Bass and Nikki Levy in this live storytelling one-episode special from Audible.

Recorded live at the Los Angeles storytelling series Don't Tell My Mother, this special brings you heartwarming (and funny!) stories of coming out and being prideful.

Co-hosted by NSYNC heartthrob, Human Rights Campaign award winner, and near-astronaut Lance Bass along with producer and storyteller extraordinaire Nikki Levy, The Path to Pride is a joyful, hilarious romp down the rainbow brick road. You'll hear live stories from the stage from Frank DeCaro (The Daily Show, SiriusXM) about a high school crush who was the Bowie to his Elton John, Nikki's close (and we mean very close) relationship with her mom, and Zeke Smith (Survivor) tells the tale of his particularly public outing. Lance Bass brings it home with his story about being a teen pop star on the road with his darling (and super religious) mother, plus the turn of events years later which led to a life-changing People magazine feature.

So, grab your headphones, let that rainbow flag fly and get ready for a PARTY! This is not your average tell-all or memoir about the LGBTQ+ journey. The only tears here are from laughter! Let it hang, bae-bay!

Featuring stories told live on stage from the following performers: Frank DeCaro Nikki Levy Zeke Smith Lance Bass

As an Audio Show - free for members - when you add this special one-off show The Path to Pride to your library, you'll get this episode only.

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Strictly for the American listener

If I never hear these people and their dreary tales again (whoever they are) then it will be a month too soon. I had high, if misplaced, hopes for this but sadly the terms of reference are almost exclusively orientated to the American culture and way of life which, they being American, is fair enough but it was hard work from the outset and I have to say I baled after thirty-five minutes. I am sure they are lovely people and riotously funny to U.S. audiences but I doubt that I would want to be stuck in a lift with them for any length of time. Some American humour is utterly timeless and without boundaries but I don't think this example travels particularly well. We are indeed truly two nations divided by a common language.

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not bad

Quite funny and entertaining. Enjoyed it and would listen again. Have a go see what you think.

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Strictly for the American listener

If I never here these people and their dreary tales again (whoever they are) then it will be a month too soon. I had high, if misplaced, hopes for this but sadly the terms of reference are almost exclusively orientated to the American culture and way of life which, they being American, is fair enough but it was hard work from the outset and I have to say I baled after thirty-five minutes. I am sure they are lovely people and riotously funny to U.S. audiences but I doubt that I would want to be stuck in a lift with them for any length of time. Some American humour is utterly timeless and without boundaries but I don't think this example travels particularly well. We are indeed truly two nations divided by a common language.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful