The Benefits of Gusbandry

One woman, one man, a LOT of weed, a little crying,
and absolutely NO sexual attraction whatsoever.
LOVE IS SO GAY.

The Benefits of Gusbandry - a comedic web series created by Alicia J. Rose, co-written by Courtenay Hameister.

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Sou'Wester Lodge Destination Binge Screening!

  • Sou'Wester Lodge 3728 J Place Seaview, WA, 98644 United States (map)

“The Benefits of Gusbandry” Binge Screening + Q&A with Filmmaker Alicia J. Rose.

All 9 episodes will screen! Free to the public.  20% discount on reservations if you mention Gusbandry.  More info: http://souwesterlodge.com

At her debaucherous 40th birthday party, serial relationship-killer Jackie meets handsome and charming thirty-something River. Their ensuing adventures in self-medication, late-blooming, and questionable judgment lead them to discover a raucous new kind of “significant otherness”. Inspired by real-life relationships with creator Alicia J. Rose’s “Gusbands” (a.k.a: gay best friends), The Benefits of Gusbandry brings to life two one-of-a-kind characters approaching 40 and follows them as they find something special in one another, navigating the modern world with a no-punches-pulled comedic purview, finding true love in a most unexpectedly platonic way.

The first three episodes of season 2 offer a new, politically charged 3 episode arc, where the world of The Benefits of Gusbandry bursts open to reveal a deeper side of protagonists Jackie and River. Fueled by both current events and personal ones, writers Alicia J. Rose and Courtenay Hameister channel a compelling and hilarious storyline about sexual agency and politics in the era of “outrage fatigue”. Brooke Totman (Jackie) delivers a raw, no holds-barred performance and co-star Kurt Conroyd (River) posits enough charming comic relief as her Gusband River to keep the laughs coming in this freshly funny indie web series from Portland, Oregon.

The first season of The Benefits of Gusbandry toured the festival circuit in 2015-2017 culminating in being selected as a finalist in the Austin Film Festivals “Digital Series Competition.” The series received wide acclaim from press outlets like The New York Times, A/V Club, Out, PASTE – even landing on the “Must List” of Entertainment Weekly.

 

More info: www.thebenefitsofgusbandry,com

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