Kate Gulliver is back to direct her third Noel Coward comedy, and this one is not only witty and English, but also fine, frothy and French.
We talk with Streb about her work which intertwines the disciplines of dance, athletics, boxing, rodeo, the circus, and Hollywood stunt-work, captured on film by Catherine Gund.
Back with brand new stories, brand new songs and brand new gowns, the fabulous, flamboyant and forever fascinating Charles Busch is not to be missed.
“Beautiful dancing, music, and visual images amplify an already rich narrative that is by turns poignant, funny, tragic, and altogether very human and compelling,” says Ella Baff.
A breath of fresh air from the Pacific Northwest, the company spreads its wings over the Berkshires “and shows off its range and style, with beautiful technique and exceptional musicality” says Ella Baff.
Even as he aged, with an old boot of a face, Noël Coward never lost his Peter Pan lightness, nor the relaxed, fastidious lines actors so love to utter. Design for Living is one of his classics.
Alan Turing may have broken the German’s Enigma code and thereby helped win WWII, but his nation condemned him as a gay man and drove him to take his own life.
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.