Berkeley Repertory Theatre is proud to announce that award-winning British actress Samantha Barks will star in the world premiere of "Amélie," A New Musical directed by Tony Award winner Pam MacKinnon ("Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?").
Headed to LGBT Pride this month? Well there's an app for that.
Multiple events in one day, sofa-surfing friends in from out of town, parties and dances and shows; RSVPs and will-calls ... on whose phone? The rainbow tempest is in a swirl. Get the deets here before you go gaily forth.
Junelacious events have really stepped up the pace. Nightlife and even daytime fun's forming in every color of the rainbow.
The pride of Tel Aviv, DJ Guy Scheiman returns to NYC for a special kick-off event at "NSA" later this month, just in time to celebrate his Billboard chart-topping hits!
We're packed with fun features, and here online you'll find the longer, bigger, uncut listings. Yum.
Next month's Pink Party in the Castro will run from 3 to 8 p.m. and Dyke March organizers are working to move up the time of their event, which typically ends in the gay neighborhood.
We live in revolutionary times. Enjoy a revolving armament of talented nightlife entertainments.
Ariana Grande joins the long list of pop legends that include Cher, Whitney Houston, Jennifer Lopez and Janet Jackson who have all performed at NYC Pride's annual Dance on the Pier.
Simply put, Divas is a bar frequented by transgender women, their admirers, and friends.