Sometimes it takes a young actor with a fresh perspective on deaf culture to explain what theatre – and the hearing world – has been missing. Joshua Castille is riding the crest of success as an actor, and is working to bridge the gap between deaf and hearing audiences in new and innovative ways.
Tab Hunter is an important figure in Hollywood’s hidden LGBT history and in this interview, we get to know his human side as he talks about being brought up by a strict Germanic mother, growing older, and his affection for John Waters and Divine.
One of the best new LGBT films in years, “Those People” is about a painter, a concert pianist and the son of a disgraced millionaire. We talk with Jonathan Gordon (r), a fresh new personality who proves to be every bit as memorable as the film he stars in.
We interview Lesbian feminist Allison Miller, “a drummer of fierce clarity and bold imagination” (London Guardian), who was here last summer with Toshi Reagon, as she prepares to return to Mass MoCA May 7 with a smoking hot band.
Diversity and excellence are the concepts guiding the WIlliamstown Theatre Festival’s 2016 season under Mandy Greeenfield.
Marvin and Whizzer return as William Finn and James Lapine’s Falsettos gets a Lincoln Center Theatre production starring Andrew Rannells. Previews begin Sept. 29 ahead of an Oct. 27 opening at the Walter Kerr Theatre on Broadway.
“Packed in a Trunk” uncovers the story of lesbian artist Edith Lake Wilkinson, committed to an asylum in 1924 and never heard from again. We follow the journey of Edith’s great-niece as she pieces together the mystery of Edith’s life and returns her work to Provincetown.