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Curtain Up: LGBT Theatre in New York
The performing arts and the rights of LGBT persons merge in the City of New York, where the plight of one issue or group often ties into the plight of the other. Creativity is as much an expectation when discussing New York as the perpetual construction and reconstruction occurring daily in Manhattan. The city sustains itself on the arts, with an abundance of museums, theatres, galleries, film cen...
August 13, 2018
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'Homos, or Everyone in America' review: Jordan Seavey's 'post-gay' relationship drama is brilliantly provocative
 It’s odd not being fully seen, isn’t it? ‘Homos, or Everyone in America’ is staged in-the-round, with the audience sat right on the edge of the performance space. Yet no matter how close we might feel to the male gay couple at the center of this story, the actors refuse to acknowledge our presence. For all the warmth and laughter generated by this brilliantly provocative modern-day romance, an in...
August 13, 2018
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Gender Nonbinary Activist Kate Bornstein Is Shattering Stereotypes On Broadway
From Midtown to the Mideast - We Cover Your World
August 11, 2018
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Homos, Or Everyone in America review at Finborough Theatre, London
Jordan Seavey’s Homos, Or Everyone in America at Finborough Theatre, London starring Tyrone Huntley and Harry McEntire is an intimate portrait of modern gay life
August 10, 2018
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'Holding the Man' at Pride Arts: Gay memoir is at once messy, inconsistent and powerful
REVIEW: "Holding the Man" at Pride Films and Plays. (2.5 stars) This is the stage adaptation of a famed 1995 memoir by Timothy Conigrave about growing up gay.
August 10, 2018
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This Broadway Play Is Changing Minds on LGBTQ Rights
Prom can be a catalyst for social change. The Prom explores the precariousness of LGBTQ rights at a time when, after decades of progress, they’re being challenged by the administration of US President Donald Trump and statehouses across the country.
August 03, 2018
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Gender Norms, Social Media and the Art World Come into Focus in Daniel McCoy’s Satirical New Play Dick Pix
Dick Pix, a new play by Daniel McCoy, jumps gleefully into the current conversations surrounding gender… witty, self-aware comedy lets audiences have a wonderfully fun time interrogating the entire system of gender.
August 02, 2018
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A Brief Hook Up Drastically Changes the Lives of Two Men in Daniel McCoy’s New Play Perfect Teeth
Playwright Daniel McCoy’s new play, Perfect Teeth is currently running at Theaterlab in mid-town Manhattan. The drama is directed by David Hilder. Kyle and Dylan hooked up several months ago after …
August 02, 2018
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The Comedy-Destroying, Soul-Affirming Art of Hannah Gadsby
Creating the furious stand-up special “Nanette” was an act of self-preservation for the Australian star. The result has been a sensation “beyond my comprehension.”
July 25, 2018
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Long Beach LGBT History Comes to Life in THE TWENTIETH CENTURY WAY
In 1914, Long Beach leaders hired two bounty hunters to entrap gay men so the city could essentially blackmail and remove them with fines and public humiliation. Most men paid the fine and quietly slipped out of town. One man - a banker - committed suicide and two others sued the city. Playwright Tom Jacobson turned that dark chapter in the city's history into a play entitled The Twentieth Century...
July 18, 2018
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LGBT Standup Comedy 'Out On Stage' Showing One Night Only
Manchester and Danbury cinemas will show “OUT on Stage," a night of standup comedy featuring some of the country’s leading LGBT standup stars.
July 14, 2018
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National Theatre's River Stage Festival: From drag to DJs, here's what to see
The National Theatre's River Stage Festival is the city’s largest outdoor arts festival, running through the weekends in July and August. Combining live music, theatre, dance, drag, DJs, club nights and workshops, it’s in its fourth year and, as ever, everything is free to attend.
July 13, 2018
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Onstage, the New Gay Agenda Involves Cake and Not Getting Fired
In the Berkshires, plays by Bekah Brunstetter and Douglas Carter Beane consider equality in the bakery and the rise of the “wonder homo.”
July 10, 2018
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The Blank Theatre’s Founding Artistic Director Daniel Henning Named a 2018 Pride Honoree by California Legislative LGBT Caucus
Press Release Daniel Henning, the Founding Artistic Director of Hollywood’s Blank Theatre, has been named a 2018 Pride honoree by the California Legislative LGBT Caucus. A special floor ceremony was held on June 18 during the California State Assembly floor session in Sacramento. Honorees were presented with resolutions in commemoration of their accomplishments and contributions…
July 02, 2018
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For Gay Pride, Dark Dances of Mystery, Anguish and Desire
Madboots Dance, Sean Dorsey Dance and Ishmael Houston-Jones offered dark, often beautiful works of queer dance theater for Pride month.
June 27, 2018
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Fun Home: The Tony-winning US musical moves from Broadway to London
The team behind award-winning US musical Fun Home on why now is the right time for the show.
June 27, 2018
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Review: In ‘Log Cabin,’ It’s Gay vs. Trans as the Rainbow Crumbles
A quippy Jesse Tyler Ferguson stars in Jordan Harrison’s shapeless look at what happens when the LGBT alliance starts to turn on itself.
June 26, 2018
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Final Bow: Justin Mortelliti and Julius Anthony Rubio, the Gay Couple from Escape to Margaritaville
The Jimmy Buffett musical has the most fully realized ensemble characters on Broadway.
June 23, 2018
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Why are there no superstar gay male stand-ups?
While many comics should be household names – Scott Thompson, James Adomian and Guy Branum, for starters – the gay community would rather line up for an eighth-place Drag Race queen than see one of them
June 21, 2018
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In Heart Theatre presents set of plays about gay marriage
Buying a ticket for In Heart Theatre’s summer production gets you nine plays for the price of one.
June 21, 2018
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Gay dance company reinvents Mexico's 'folk ballet'
With a twirl of his skirt, Jacob Soto taps his strappy high-heels in time to the music, the very image of his all-gay dance company's bold reinvention of Mexico's traditional folk dances.
June 21, 2018
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The Mercury Theatre Company Turns Cinderella on Its Head in 'Soho Cinders'
Okay, sure, Jerry Lewis did it first in Cinderfella, turning the Cinderella story on its head and switching genders of the poor little heroine
June 20, 2018
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For Pride Week at the Joyce Theater, a Painful Look Back
The Joyce Theater is an art deco neon landmark in the heart of Chelsea, long one of New York’s gay enclaves. Formerly a movie house (it opened in 1941), the Joyce was reborn as a dance theater in 1982, shortly after death moved into the neighborhood in the form of AIDS. In the years that followed, the Joyce presented both performances and memorials for artists lost to the disease.
June 15, 2018
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Burning Bright: Torch Songs on Pride Weekend
A Drag Cabaret Benefitting the NYC Gay Men’s Chorus - FEINSTEIN’S/54 BELOW, Broadway’s Supper Club, presents Burning Bright: Torch Songs on Pride Weekend. An evening of Pride, love, desire and song hosted by Mama Mela and Ellia J. Garlands. These drag queens will be reinterpreting what a Torch Song is and means in 2018 through a uniquely queer lens. Under the musical direction of James Horan, the ...
June 14, 2018
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