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Broadway is “Head Over Heels” Over Miss Peppermint in Go-Go’s Musical

Our lips are unsealed. RuPaul’s Drag Race mainstay Peppermint will be the first trans performer ever to headline a Broadway show, Head Over Heels — based on the...

The Importance of Being Earnest (San Diego)

Oscar Wilde’s wildly entertaining comedy sparkles with dazzling wordplay and hilariously unlikely situations. This “trivial comedy for serious people” features two carefree...

A Gay Icon Finds New Life in the Musical “A Letter to Harvey Milk”

You’ve seen the documentary, The Times of Harvey Milk — and the Oscar-winning 2008 biopic Milk starring Sean Penn. Now there’s a musical....

A-List and Gay List: Take a First Look at the New Boys in the Band

If it was a rock band, you’d call it a supergroup: Zachary Quinto, Jim Parsons, Matt Bomer, Andrew Rannells and more are rebooting The Boys In the Band....

Los Nutcrackers: A Christmas Carajo

Now in its 14th year, Charles Rice-González’s holiday play—which subverts” The Nutcracker” and “A Christmas Carol”—imagines a queer Latino...

Think Life’s a Beach? Fort Lauderdale Has Much More to Offer

You already know that Fort Lauderdale offers sunshine, gorgeous beaches and one of the largest populations of same-sex couples in America. But whats awaits when you spend some...

London Theater Comes to Broadway in Farinelli and the King

Oscar and Tony winner Mark Rylance will return to Broadway in the critically acclaimed Farinelli and the King. The play, written by Claire van Kampen and directed by John Dove,...

LGBT Comics and Writers Are Court Jesters In Kweendom

Yes Gawd! Comic charmer Bobby Hankinson brings his uniquely catty observations and high energy hijinks to this consistently clever and current comedy storytelling show featuring...

“The Whistling Girl”, a Dorothy Parker musical at Irish Arts Center

Irish Arts Center is proud to present The Whistling Girl, the U.S. premiere of the collaboration between Dublin-based composer/keyboardist Trevor Knight and jazz singer/actor...

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....