theater Tag Archive

What’s on Top of Your List of Can’t Miss Million-Dollar Ideas?

I was strolling past the magazine counter yesterday at the airport on my way to Fort Lauderdale to cover the gay scene, when this LIFE magazine jumped out at me — along with a...

Lost Gay Artist J.C. Leyendecker Profiled in “In Love with the Arrow Collar Man”

By the time of his death in 1951, American illustrator J.C. Leyendecker had so drifted into obscurity that his partner sold Leyendecker’s original works for money to live on...

Actor Jonno Davies: A Clockwork Orange is a Ballet of Sex and Violence

Jonno Davies will surprise you: He’s one of the brightest talents to watch coming out of Britain....

No More Tours? No Worries. A New Cher Musical is Broadway Bound

An all-stops-out extravaganza based on the life of singer, actress and superstar Cher is in the works, with plans to bring the musical bio to New York in the fall of 2018 after a...

Torch Is Passed From Harvey Fierstein to Michael Urie

Actor, director, producer and TV show host: Is there anything Michael Urie can’t do, or won’t try?...

Center Theatre Group (LA) Presents Bright Star

The Tony-nominated musical from Steve Martin and Edie Brickell finally makes its way to LA, thankfully with actress Carmen Cusack — who originated the role of Alice Murphy in...

Clive Owen Brings M Butterfly Back to the Broadway Stage

Love, Espionage and Betrayal take center stage this October as Broadway welcomes the revival of M. Butterfly. The play was inspired by the story of French diplomat Bernard...

“Torch Song” Brings Fierstein’s Classic Back to the Stage

We talk to Moisés Kaufman, deft examiner of LGBT life through theater, as he brings a landmark play by Harvey Fierstein back to the stage. Emmy and Tony-nominated director and...

A Clockwork Orange: An All-Male Version Sets the Stage on Fire

Anthony Burgess’ 1962 novel “A Clockwork Orange” stands with “1984” and “Brave New World” as one of the great dystopian fables of the...

Levi Kreis Jumps from Stage to Screen in A Very Sordid Wedding

Levi Kreis knows what it’s like to be ones own worst enemy. In A Very Sordid Wedding — the latest installment of Del Shores’ Southern-fried Sordid Lives series, Tony-winner...

Dave Grusin Presents: Jazz from West Side Story

May 7 The Sondheim songbook really stands up to reinterpretation. Here, pianists Bill Charlap and Renee Rosnes take classics like “Ladies Who Lunch,” “Send in the Clowns”...

Flipping the Script on Chekhov with Stupid F#@king Bird

April 21-22; 25-29 Even people who love theater enjoy hating it — sometimes. Just like NPR’s cerebral navel-gazing and an evening watching James Lipton pontificate over...