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Four New Short-Form Operas Retell the Stonewall Uprising This Spring

Mini-operas inspired by the Stonewall Uprising will debut at the iconic venue next month. The operas were created by NYU theater alums to be performed as part of the annual New...

Twitter Is Predicting Emmys After “Fosse/Verdon” Episode 3 “Me and My Baby”

Bob Fosse had trouble in the editing room, and Gwen Verdon had trouble with rehearsal. But Twitter was having no trouble expressing itself over Fosse/Verdon Episode 3, “Me...

Steve Tyrell is Singing Cinema Classics with Swagger at Café Carlyle

If you get nostalgic for movies like Father of the Bride and Lady and the Tramp, Steve Tyrell has some songs for you. A Café Carlyle Institution If anyone is heir to Bobby...

What Did Twitter Say About “Fosse/Verdon” Episode 2: “Who’s Got the Pain?”

We met Bob Fosse’s ailing wife Joanie McCracken. Bob and Gwen get hot and bothered working on “Whatever Lola Wants.” And everyone figured out “Who’s...

Did the “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” Tour Leave Us Feeling Sweet or Sour?

We head to Willy Wonka’s factory to check out the touring company of the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory musical. But is it a golden ticket? A World of Pure Imagination I...

Gay Ballet Star Vaslav Nijinsky: From Genius to Madness

Gay dancer Vaslav Nijinsky reinvented ballet in his own image a century ago. With a Russian nobleman at his side, the pair toured the world to international acclaim. Under the...

Drag Race Alum Aja Has Gone Beyond Gender

In their post drag race career, Aja has broken gender barriers – engaging audiences by embracing both masculine and feminine looks. From Drag to Beyond the Binary Hosts,...

Playwright Joe Orton: Bawdy, Funny … and Murdered By His Lover

British playwright Joe Orton blazed a trail across the 1960s playwriting scene. His life ended with nine hammer blows to the head from his lover. Born John Kingsley Orton, his...

Nat “King” Cole Like You’ve Never Seen Before

It’s the final night of Nat “King ” Cole’s variety show, and Dulé Hill is playing the star on stage like you’ve never seen him before. Walking a...

British Stage Star Quentin Crisp Bridged the Gap Between Wilde and Milk

Quentin Crisp became the toast of gay New York after his memoir “The Naked Civil Servant” appeared in America in the lat 1970s. Crisp’s tale, which depicted his...

Review: Betty Buckley Follows Bette and Bernadette in “Hello, Dolly!”

Betty Buckley is the latest Broadway diva to pick up the baton as irrepressible matchmaker Dolly Levi in the touring production of “Hello, Dolly!” Betty...

Drag Race All Stars’ Valentina and La La Land’s Benj Pasek Talk TV Musicals

In the wake of Rent: Live, we talked to its Angel, Valentina of Drag Race All Stars, and Benj Pasek – the openly-gay, Oscar-winning songwriter of projects including Dear...