A preview of one of the summer’s most promising plays about how a WWII hero became a pariah and was eventually redeemed.
These actors believe the power of art and hope can transcend political oppression so they risk everything in Belarus, where a dictatorship tries to control even people’s thoughts.
A conservative city councilman and scheming minister want to find out which teens are gay so they can send them to an ex-gay rehab camp.
Queer as Folk and The L Word, Two of the most popular LGBT series ever telecast, return to cable.
With references to classic myths and familiar everyday relationships,, Jasper in Deadland dives headlong into contemporary musical theatre.
Instead of Bill Finn celebrating other people’s music, this year Barrington Stage will put the two time Tony winner’s own songs on stage Labor Day Weekend.
Contemporary script, great cast, and meaningful theatre come together at Sanguine Theatre in New York City.
Amanda McBroom and Joe Iconis return, while KT Sulllivan, Shakina and Alix Korey bring their talents to the fore. Not to mention the 10-Minute Musicals and Ivan, Elliot and Fyvush Finkel.
The Bible vs. free speech. The Constitution loses again. This time in a South Carolina college.
The Pulitzer Prize winner was harassed by her own colleagues because her play was about gay parents, not straight.
Described as a thrill-ride through a hybrid underworld, Jasper encounters demons, gods, mortals and monsters as he learns what it means to die and questioning what it means to live.
The grossly maligned actor has his defenders in the LGBT community…and elsewhere. Lady Bunny offers an analysis of the actor’s real intentions.