Hollywood Museum’s LGBT History exhibit “Real to Reel” now includes items from Caitlyn Jenner, Joel Grey and estate of Paul Lynde!
Just got a note from publicist extraordinaire Harlan Boll that due to overwhelming popularity, the LGBT History exhibit Real to Reel at the Hollywood Museum has been extended through September.
I mised the opening last month but plan to pay a visit because networks, studios and personalities have been submitting additional items for loan that are now part of the exhibit.
Some of these additions include: personal photos from Caitlyn Jenner; the cane Oscar winner Joel Grey used in the film Cabaret; a photo and favorite scarf from the Paul Lynde estate; costume/gowns worn by Patrick Swayze, John Leguizamo, Wesley Snipes in the film Too Wong Fu, Thanks For Everything, Julie Newmar; and costume and jewelry worn by Maura Pfefferman (portrayed by Jeffrey Tambor) on Amazon’s Transparent and during opening credits.
The Hollywood Museum in the historic Max Factor Building, located in the heart of Hollywood, just steps from the Hollywood Walk of Fame. More information HERE.