BY Brandon Voss
November 18 2011 5:34 PM ET
10. MUSIC: Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album Volume 2
’Tis the season for Glee’s second holiday collection, on which Amber Riley nails Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas,” Naya Rivera coos “Santa Baby,” and Heather Morris takes on “Christmas Wrapping” by the Waitresses. Other highlights include “Let It Snow,” a duet by Darren Criss and Chris Colfer, and “Do You Hear What I Hear?” a duet between out diva Alex Newell and fellow Glee Project contestant Lindsay Pearce.
9. THEATER: Who’s Your Daddy? and David Dean Bottrell Makes Love
See these two Los Angeles solo shows by out writer-performers: Single dad Johnny O'Callaghan opens up about his adoption of a Ugandan orphan in Who's Your Daddy? which runs through December 18 at the Little Victory Theatre; David Dean Bottrell returns with a funny, insider-y account of his Hollywood high jinks through December 15 at the Rogue Machine Theatre. For tickets visit TheVictoryTheatreCenter.org and RogueMachineTheatre.com.
8. BLU-RAY/DVD: West Side Story: 50th Anniversary Edition
Available as a two-disc collector’s edition Blu-ray and as a limited edition four-disc boxed set with Blu-ray, newly restored DVD, tribute CD, and collectible memorabilia, Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins’s Oscar-winning 1961 musical — based on the 1957 Broadway hit — now includes special featurettes that analyze and illuminate the film’s dance sequences and enduring legacy, plus song-specific commentary by out lyricist Stephen Sondheim.
- Gay Artists & Artwork From Around the Globe | Artist Spotlight
- Boys Wear Skirts to Class in Protest After School Fines Trans Girl for Wearing Skirt
- The 50 Most Influential LGBT People in Media
- Op-ed: Gay Voice Is Ruining Lives
- WATCH: Straight Dad Punched For Calling Out Woman's Antigay Slurs
- Catholics: Antigay Leaders Get Boot, a Progressive Becomes American Archbishop