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What You Are

Feeling adrift in a changing America he no longer recognizes, Don scrapes together a living and struggles to support his family through hard work and good intentions. But...

Ken Ludwig’s The Gods of Comedy

Daphne and Ralph are young classics professors who have just made a discovery that’s sure to turn them into academic superstars: an ancient Greek manuscript of incalculable...

Yangtze Rep presents “June Is the First Fall”

What compels people to cross mountains and seas to another country, another continent, and another culture to find their true selves? What are the journeys we take to find home...

Bette Davis Ain’t for Sissies

Bette Davis Ain’t for Sissies, written by and starring Jessica Sherr, is a 90-minute one-woman show about the 1930’s icon, Bette Davis, on the night of the 1939 Academy...

They Promised Her the Moon

In 1960 the famed “Mercury Seven” trained at NASA to become the first American astronauts. But they weren’t alone. Thirteen women also underwent the same rigorous...

Greater Tuna (Palm Springs)

Coyote StageWorks’ Tenth Anniversary season will conclude with a production of “Greater Tuna” by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears, and Ed Howard. This popular comedy set in the...

Life After

Grieving the recent loss of her famous father, 16-year-old Alice begins to question the events surrounding his death and sets out to uncover what really happened on the night that...

Gay “Empire” Actor Smollett Pleads Not Guilty to Fake Attack Charges

Out actor and Empire star Jussie Smollett pleaded not guilty Thursday to 16 counts of disorderly conduct at Cook County court. His charges stem from allegedly staging a phony...

This Week’s Best LGBT Events in New York City

Looking for gay things to do in New York? Whether you’re looking for drag shows, parties talks & lectures, film screenings, theater, or art exhibits, Metrosource has got...

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...

Kiss Me, Kate

In Cole Porter’s sparkling 1948 musical, the warring lovers of The Taming of the Shrew are causing trouble both onstage and off. While putting on a musical version of...

Broadway Backwards

Beloved show tunes will get a fresh perspective when Broadway Backwards returns with gender-reversed and star-studded twists on classic and modern favorites. The evening features...