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What Does On Your Feet Say about Gloria Estefan and Immigrants?

Due to the current political climate, the Gloria Estefan musical On Your Feet may now be more relevant than ever. Following a nearly two-year run on Broadway, the national tour of...

What Does FX’s Pose Mean for Queer Youth?

We ask what the extraordinary FX drama about the ballroom scene of the 1980s means to a generation born into a world where marriage equality is achievable and HIV is treatable....

Why Do We Love Looking at Family Dysfunction on Stage?

What can recent Los Angeles productions of Eugene O’Neill’s classic Long Day’s Journey into Night and Stephen Karam’s 2016 Tony-winner The Humans teach us about the nature...

Kathy Griffin is Back on Tour with an All-New Show Called Laugh Your Head Off

After the photo of the comedian holding a likeness of Donald Trump’s disembodied head sparked controversy, Kathy Griffin is bouncing back with her Laugh Your Head Off world...

NYC’s Best LGBT Friendly Piano Bars

Piano bars are often hit-and-miss outside New York City. We’re spoiled here, in that there are so many of them, you get to choose. Some venues lean more on musicals....

Soft Power Is a Powerful New Musical Play that Makes Hillary Clinton a Showstopper

It may be your last chance to see Soft Power, the beautiful-but-complicated new East-West musical mash-up, before it’s Broadway-bound. It’s the morning after I saw the new...

Gina Gershon Serves Jessica Rabbit Realness at Café Carlyle

The star of such steamy films as Showgirls and Bound, Gina Gershon, proves she can deliver live on stage in Wild Women Don’t Get the Blues. “It’s nice to see all my friends...

Review: Boys in the Band Asks Gays, “Are We There Yet?”

This new Broadway production of The Boys In the Band is much more than history reimagined. Surprisingly, Mart Crowley’s play — now getting a 50th anniversary all-star...

Tickets Still Available for This Weekend’s Broadway Bares AIDS Benefit

Broadway’s best will turn the other cheek for one night only Saturday night on Fire Island, as an assortment dancers strip for charity. More than two dozen of the Great...

Kathleen Turner Offers a Thrilling Musical Autobiography at Café Carlyle

Kathleen Turner offers a night of stories and song that just may be the most moving performance of her career. Many performers begin a performance at the Café Carlyle by noting...

Where No Band Has Gone Before: Zachary Quinto Leads The Boys to Broadway

Although he wasn’t even born when Boys in the Band was first staged 50 years ago, this touchstone of gay culture still resonates for Zachary Quinto — as an actor and...

NYC Theater’s Awards Season Heats up as Drama Desk Nominations Are Announced

Nominations were announced for the 63rd Annual Drama Desk Awards on April 26 by Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt stars and Broadway veterans Jane Krakowski Tituss Burgess at...