theater Tag Archive

By the Way: Could GatherNYC Make Your Sundays Sing?

Is GatherNYC’s mindful combination of classical music and spoken word at SubCulture the new Sunday tradition to soothe your LGBTQ soul? Children, we are living in some dark...

How Gay Is Jenifer Lewis’ “Mother of Black Hollywood”?

I dove into the audiobook version of Jenifer Lewis’ Mother of Black Hollywood without realizing what a fierce ally of the LGBTQ community she has been all along, but I’m...

Darren Criss and Lea Michele Spread Glee

He went on to The Assasination of Gianni Versace, and she went on to star in Scream Queens, but now Glee stars Darren Criss and Lea Michele are reunited on stage in a concert tour...

Looking for Christmas

A world premiere American musical about family, loyalty, and the magic of Christmas from country music legend Clint Black, inspired by his 1995 chart-topping holiday album. Amid...

Lured

Lured is a brutal and honest depiction of gay persecution in Russia written by Frank J. Avella, and co-directed by Carlotta Brentan. The production will have a world premiere...

How Karl Lagerfeld Helped Reinvent a City

When Karl Lagerfeld returns to Hamburg, people take notice. As an arbiter of luxury and indulgence, few people are more influential than the Hamburg-born kaiser of couture who...

Adam Rippon and Randy Rainbow Talk Matthew Shepard

This October, we learned that 20 years after his murder, the ashes of LGBTQ hero Matthew Shepard will be laid to rest alongside such revered figures as President Woodrow Wilson...

The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program: Julius Caesar

“Cowards die many times before their deaths; The valiant never taste of death but once.” Though Caesar is beloved by the people of Rome, after his latest military triumph,...

Pirira

Pirira by J. Stephen Brantley, Directed by Ari Laura Kreith Launches Luna Stage 2019-19 Season 4 desperate people, 2 small rooms on 2 separate continents, one deadly riot, one ray...

LGBTQ Customers Are Denied in “The Cake” at Geffen Playhouse

A lesbian returns home to her small town in search of acceptance and a wedding cake in a new play where the mom from That ‘70s Show plays a baker who’s not always sweet. To...

The Bench, A Homeless Love Story

During the start of the AIDS crisis the social systems in New York were crumbling. Mined from the true stories of people in the New York neighborhood where he lived,...

Mandy Gonzalez 18-19 Season Launch Weekend

“One of Broadway’s favorite divas.” – Broadway World “A skilled vocalist who grounds every moment in real heart and soul.” – TheaterMania Obie and Drama Desk...