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My Gay Life

Name Seann Miley Moore

Age 25 Occupation Entertainer


When I first knew… When I stole my sister’s blue tutu for Halloween. And then I think it was confirmed a few months after joining the school water polo team...

My coming outmoment… Playing Angel in a small production of RENT back in Sydney and my parents came to watch. Once I strutted out on that stage in that mini Santa outfit and signature Velma Kelly bob, it was 100% certain! It was the power of the stage. Theatre truly allowed me to come to terms with my sexuality. It was roles like Angel that truly challenged me to accept and love myself; be proud and be courageous when I wasn’t honest with who I was. Paul’s monologue from A Chorus Line truly changed my life especially. Living through these stories and characters challenged me to come to terms with who I was and born to be. The power of theatre really is a beautiful, beautiful thing.

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