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“Fairy Tale Theatre” Presents Life Lessons — For Adults Only

Fairy Tale Theatre 18 & Over is bound to strike a chord with anyone who recalls Fractured Fairy Tales cartoons, Avenue Q or Pee Wee’s Playhouse. The show opens tonight...

NYC Playwright’s “The Other Day:” Getting Over Sexual Orientation

The Other Day pushes back against the notion that gay and straight couples face different challenges. And it does that deft little dance while avoiding bumpersticker aphorisms...

A Southern Fairytale

A Southern Fairytale, written by and starring Broadway World-award winner actor Ty Autry and directed by David L. Carson, will make its New York City premiere with a limited run...

Conversion Therapy Takes Center Stage In Ty Autry’s “A Southern Fairytale”

Conversion therapy is at the nucleus of A Southern Fairytale, a new play by actor/playwright Ty Autry that making its debut in New York September 13 for a three-night run....

New Temptations Jukebox Musical Gets a Spin at the Ahmanson Theatre in LA

Fresh from Lincoln Center and ramping up for its premiere on Broadway, Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations arrives buffed, polished and ready to impress...

New Onstage: “Lured” Lets Audiences Look Russian Gay Persecution in the Eyes

Lured, a play depicting the persecution of gays in Russia, will return for an encore series of New York performances November 8-25 at the Theater for the the New City. The New...

How Should the LGBTQ Community Remember Neil Simon?

The late Neil Simon gave us enduring stories and unforgettable characters — along the way helping shape contemporary American theater, film and television, but what did his work...

LGBTQ+ Romeo/Juliet

A loving recalibration of Shakespeare’s eternal classic, Romeo/Juliet puts front and center the pratfalls, perils, pressures, pleasures, and pains of growing up — into...

Buddy Cole Live! with “Kids In the Hall” Star Scott Thompson

Before it was cool to be queer, comic performer Scott Thompson pushed the boundaries on the Canadian cult sketch show, “The Kids in the Hall.” His most beloved...

“The Originalist”

The Originalist By John Strand Directed by Molly Smith With Edward Gero, Tracy Ifeachor and Brett Mack Four-time Helen Hayes Award winner Edward Gero portrays Supreme Court...

Pretty Woman: The Musical

Previews begin July 20th Nederlander Theatre, 208 W. 41st St. Everyone wants a fairy tale romance. Based on the 1990 hit film starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, Pretty...

Skintight — Roundabout Theatre Company

Note: Idina Menzel will not be appearing in Skintight on Sunday July 22 at 3pm. Roundabout reunites writer Joshua Harmon and director Daniel Aukin (the team behind Bad Jews and...