A frothy, over-the-top confection that wins you over with its sass and makes stars out of Michael J. Willett and pop-singer JoJo.
With the recent string of anti-gay attacks in New York City, it may come to no surprise to some that LGBT groups supporting the right to bear arms are beginning to gain some momentum within the community.
There’s a question implicitly asked in almost every scene: In such a close-knit faith community, where issues of gender and sexuality are of communal, rather than individual, concern, what’s an individual’s true worth?
What is great theater? I came out of the Irish Repertory Theater’s superb new production of Conor McPherson’s "The Weir" asking myself that question.
Mark Okun’s memoir is billed as a "Gay Melodrama," but it’s just as much a comedy. The tall, blond Okun grew up, in his own words, "rebellious and wild" in the 1960s, growing up to be part of the A-list gay scene in New York as the AIDS crisis hit.
A stunningly imagined world, this might not go down as a classic, but it is an entertaining and beautifully realized spectacle that will appeal to all ages.
The Antaeus Company stages Arthur Miller’s classic tale, a parable of the McCarthy witch hunts of the ’50s, with Armin Shimerman and Geoffrey Wade co-directing.
All’s fair in love, war and rock ’n’ roll in "Murder Ballad," a hip, urban musical that’s now playing in the Union Square Theatre
"Behind the Candelabra" is a deft look at the pernicious nature of the closet. It is also the story of Liberace, so it is taken to surreal extremes.
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