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To watch Al Pacino boogie onscreen in a leather bar after inhaling from a hanky soaked in amyl nitrate is to know just how homosexual… Continue reading
For a new stage musical about dating and romantic baggage, a talented young trio turns doubt into song.
As a new Disney musical launches toward Broadway, Aladdin's veteran baddie still relishes his role.
Next to Normal, the Pulitzer-winning musical visiting Seattle this month as part of its national tour, features a mentally troubled housewife created by Brian Yorkey,… Continue reading
And the stakes are higher in this savvy British horror flick.
I walked into work last week and felt like throwing up. This has happened a few times in the past, usually caused by the poisonous… Continue reading
Hairspray provides a musical bridge over John Waters.
For Intiman's first musical, The Light in the Piazza, composer/lyricist adam Guettel tries to make an unfashionable form 'work for our times.'
John Kelly is Joni Mitchell, and she couldn't be happier.
Craig Lucas on Hollywood and hypocrisy.
John Searles' debut novel skirts Salinger territory.
The Rep's commedia has nothing to do with comedy.
Book-It courts Lady Chatterley's Lover.
Don't ever call anyone gay. You're only asking for trouble. It doesn't matter how many composers thank their partners at the Tonys, how many queer… Continue reading
While the big theaters sit it out, Matthew Kwatinetz made a 9/11 event happen.
OK, I'll admit it—I'd love the chance to be on television. In fact, I can't think of an opportunity I'd take advantage of with more… Continue reading
I think Colin Farrell is baiting me. There's no other excuse for his behavior. Just when I think he might settle down to a quiet… Continue reading
I knew I could count on Colin Farrell to really mess with the holidays. Maestro Oliver Stone's Alexander arrived to dump on homo history last… Continue reading