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Building Character: How A Drag Queen Finds Her Persona

Provincetown, Massachussetts is a magical little spot that blossoms every year like the fictitious Scottish village of Brigadoon that only appears once a cenutry for 24 hours....

Project Angel Food Thanks George Michael with Help from Adam Lambert

24 years ago, a check for $25,000 with a note saying “Keep doing what you’re doing. Love, George” showed up on the doorstep of Project Angel Food in Los Angeles. The...

Jerry Mitchell Tells the Naked Truth about Broadway Bares

The musical theater dynamo sounds off on showing skin to fight AIDS and bringing Pretty Woman to the stage. This June marked the 27th time that Broadway actors disrobed in the...

Levi Kreis Jumps from Stage to Screen in A Very Sordid Wedding

Levi Kreis knows what it’s like to be ones own worst enemy. In A Very Sordid Wedding — the latest installment of Del Shores’ Southern-fried Sordid Lives series, Tony-winner...

Patti Lupone and Christine Ebersole in War Paint

Is looking good really the best revenge? This summer’s most diva-licious stage match-up may answer that question. War Paint sees Tony winners Patti Lupone and Christine Ebersole...

Billy Porter Creates a Funky New Broadway

In shows from south pacific to The Sound of Music, Richard Rodgers proved himself one of the most indelible songwriters of American musical theater. However, with his latest...

Classic, With A Twist of Modern: White Elephant Burlesque At Rockbar

Celebrating its 10th year, White Elephant Burlesque Society is a theatrical fully realized inner circle of talented and ambitious burlesque performers. Each of them a headliner,...

Picturing Bright Colors and Bold Patterns from the Director’s Chair

On the heels of a recent success, Michael Urie talks making the leap from acting to directing. He rose to fame as a performer, but Michael Urie has recently been taking turns in...

John O’Hurley Is the Genuine Article at Café Carlyle

I took in a show that has me wondering whether imitation is in fact the most sincere form of flattery. Certain performers present such a unique combination of voice, affect and...

SuicideGirls’ Blackheart Burlesque: A Different Kind of Exhibition

May 14 Tattoos, piercings, bustiers and — storm trooper helmets? You never know quite what to expect when the SuicideGirls are involved. These self-proclaimed “alternative...

See The View Upstairs at the Lynn Redgrave Theater

Musicals are so often thought of as “gay,” it can be easy to forget that every once in a while one of of them actually addresses the LGBT experience, like La Cage Aux Folles,...

Fun Home Comes to the Ahmanson Theatre in LA

Opens February 21 Picture it: a Lesbian writes a comic book about her closeted gay dad, the comic book gets adapted into Broadway musical and leagues of theatergoers leave the...