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This Is Who Runs the World in Cirque du Soleil’s New “Amaluna”

Beyonce asked, “Who run the world?” As if in answer, Cirque du Soleil’s latest offering creates a fantastical world of kick-ass female warriors in Amaluna....

Indecent

Pulitzer Prize winner Paula Vogel’s drama about the groundbreaking 1906 Yiddish play God of Vengeance (which dealt with such topics as prostitution and Sapphic love), comes to...

This Is How Twitter Reacted to the Surprise Cameo in the “Fosse/Verdon” Finale

Paddy read Bob for filth and received a dancing eulogy in return. Gwen chose touring in Chicago over a chance to get away from it all, while Nicole gave some of her dad’s vices...

Do You Know the Late Gay Lyricist Behind “Aladdin”?

Lyricist Howard Ashman is the unsung hero who helped create the contemporary Disney musical. He was also gay and died of AIDS at 40. Most of his many awards and nominations? They...

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...

Did You See Gwen’s Meltdown on “Fosse/Verdon” Episode 7 “Nowadays”?

Chicago finally made it to Broadway, Gwen really gave it to Bob, and Liza saved the day. But what did Twitter think about all this? Amber Treadway Everyone – including...

Doric Wilson’s “Street Theater” at The Eagle NYC

The Other Side of Silence (TOSOS) has been invited to participate in World Pride events at The Eagle NYC on Monday May 20, 2019 with a concert reading of our founder Doric...

Doric Wilson’s “Street Theater” at Bronx Academy of Arts & Dance (BAAD!)

The Other Side of Silence (TOSOS) has been invited to participate in World Pride events at BAAD! on Thursday May 16th with a concert reading of our founder Doric Wilson’s Street...

Twitter Lost Its Mind Over “Fosse/Verdon” Episode 6 “All I Care about Is Love”

Bob went to the hospital and back to his childhood. Gwen smuggled girls to him (and got him his own damn room). And Chita got ready to serve “All that Jazz.” How did Twitter...

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...

“Anthem”: John Cameron Mitchell’s Musical Features Glenn Close and Patti LuPone

For years, John Cameron Mitchell has been asked — and asked himself — will there ever be a sequel to Hedwig and the Angry Inch? Well, yes. And no. At 56, Mitchell is busier...

The Bigot – A Dark Comedy

What happens when a lesbian couple meets their neighbor of the nightmares? We could tell you an explosion, but that would be a severe understatement… “Stephen Payne is...