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Where to Celebrate Sondheim in New York
What’s a birthday celebration without tribute concerts, new commissions and revivals of three classics? Here’s how to join the party, live.
March 13, 2020
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Metro Detroit Twins Star In 'Pray The Gay Away' At Baldwin Theatre In Royal Oak
Twin brothers Zack and Michael Zakar began to realize they were gay in high school in Oak Park, but it wasn't until a rumor went around when they were 16, says Zack, that they came out to each other. Then a year later, their mother, a devout Catholic, asked Zach if he was gay, and when he and Michael finally came out to her, she didn't take it so well. "She left our house for three days and w...
March 05, 2020
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Brian Francis was 21, gay and looking for love in 1992. His hit play about the experience is back in Toronto
In ‘Box 4901,’ Francis at 49 replies to the 13 men whose letters he never answered in ‘a hilarious, strange, sweet and awkward look back at how ga
March 04, 2020
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‘Making Gay History: Before Stonewall,’ play based on award-winning podcast, opening in New York
Voices of early LGBTQ civil rights history are about to take center stage in Greenwich Village, just blocks from where the Stonewall Riots took place more than 50 year ago. “Making Gay History: Before Stonewall” -- a new play adapted from Eric Marcus’ “Making Gay History” books and podcast -- opens Friday at New York University’s Provincetown Playhouse for an eight-performance run.
February 28, 2020
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'Happy Birthday Doug' makes gay parties look like 'The Real Housewives'
Want drama, gossip and theatrics? Then head to a gay birthday party! That’s where writer-performer Drew Droege set his latest off-Broadway solo show, “Happy Birthday Doug,” a come…
February 28, 2020
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When I was homeless, I sold my body in gay saunas to survive
I didn't tick enough boxes to get help from government agencies and charities; one of them told me I should carry on sex working as it might be my 'best option'
February 28, 2020
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In new Orlando-set musical ‘From Here,’ Pulse has a part to play
Donald Rupe wanted to create a testament to friendship. And so the Orlando playwright-director wrote a 55-minute show about his tight-knit group of friends, about gay lives, about the Pulse nightclub shooting of 2016, about Orlando itself. “From Here,” as the musical was named, became a buzzed-about hit at the 2019 Orlando Fringe Festival, with theatergoers praising its heart. Now expanded into a ...
February 18, 2020
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Featuring Chicken & Biscuits, a New Comedy Filled with Heart, Soul and a Little Bit of Shade
Chicken and Biscuits, a new comedy filled with heart, soul and a little bit of shade, by composer-playwright and actor Douglas Lyons (Beautiful), will receive its launch production at Queens Theatre, Feb. 28-March 22.
January 30, 2020
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Theatre Calgary gets ‘Louder’ with show about teen boy fighting to take boyfriend to prom
The latest offering by Theatre Calgary is based on the true story of Canadian teen Marc Hall who fought for the right to bring his boyfriend to his Catholic high school prom.
January 30, 2020
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Olivia Levine in UNSTUCK

A new solo-show about the intersection of OCD and queer identity - January 30 – February 23 at The Tank in Midtown - After a sold-out run in August, Olivia Levine’s solo-show, UNSTUCK, returns to The ...
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January 17, 2020

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Joe Gulla in The Bronx Queen
FEINSTEIN’S/54 BELOW, Broadway’s Supper Club, presents Joe Gulla in The Bronx Queen on December 27th at 9:30pm. Playwright/actor/reality star Joe Gulla, best known for his award-winning shows, Bronx Queen Trilogy, Garbo, Gay.Porn.Mafia, Sleeping With The Fish, and his sold-out engagements at Joe’s Pub at The Public Theater, makes his Feinstein’s/54 Below debut with The Bronx Queen.
November 20, 2019
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‘The Inheritance’ on Broadway: An Epic Story of Gay Ghosts, for Good and Bad
One of the buzziest plays on Broadway, ‘The Inheritance’ spins epically and soapily through time to tell a powerful, if flawed, story about the power of LGBTQ history and healing.
November 18, 2019
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What Generations of Gay Men Hand Down in ‘The Inheritance’
The professional and personal have blurred for young cast members of Matthew Lopez’s play, which offers a communion with victims of the AIDS crisis.
October 26, 2019
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Leonard Soloway's Broadway
An exciting insider's look at Broadway and the business of show business in a career spanning more than 70 years. Leonard Soloway's Broadway pulls back the curtain of one of the most admired and loved Broadway producers and general managers through interviews, photos and other archival material. Leonard's productions have collected more than 40 Tony Awards, 21 Drama Desk Awards and 3 Pulitzer Priz...
October 24, 2019
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