The stage version of the film Heathers is described as an “adult musical” and this is first time it has been produced in this region. Kudos to Helsinki Hudson and Upstage Productions.
Any gay reading of Swan Lake inevitably invites comparison with Matthew Bourne’s production, yet Masilo’s is like no other you have ever seen. It’s combination of ballet and African dance is spellbinding. At UMass Amherst FAC Jan. 26.
Saoirse Ronan and “Brooklyn” are among the 2015 films nominated as Best Picture and Best Performance. The gay and lesbian critics sometimes have a different take on what’s hot in the world of broadcast and theatrical cinema. (Berkshire on Stage and Screen is a voter in the awards.)
Before WWII there were lots of gay, bisexual or transgender songs in the blues, early jazz, ballads, and pop. You just had to listen closely. Germantown, NY cabaret artist Sarah Kilborne sings and plays them all at Helsinki Hudson on Jan. 22.
UAlbany invites you into the exemplary life of Zora Neale Hurston which is rich with folklore, intimate portraits of her contemporaries, and excerpts from her significant body of literary work.
The Queen of Green is headed to Helsinki Hudson. Lettuce rejoice this December 13.
Long-in-coming documentary and tender memento about Matt Shepard doesn’t just revisit the atrocity of his death, it moves through it, and finds meaning in it.