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10. THEATER: The Bronx Queen

Written and performed by Joe Gulla, this popular off-Broadway production chronicles a gay man's maturation in, you guessed it, the Bronx, during the heady days of the '80s. Two more performances of The Bronx Queen happen on November 22 and 24 at New York's Theatre Row, 410 W. 42nd St. Gulla will also appear this weekend in the off-Broadway production of My Big Gay Italian Wedding at St. Luke's Theatre, 308 W. 46th St. — Neal Broverman

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9. DVD: Bridegroom

Losing a partner is horrific, but being excluded from the funeral and denied legal connection is heartbreaking, as shown in Linda Bloodworth-Thomason's Bridegroom. Written and directed by Bloodworth-Thomason (Designing Women) and coproduced with Shane Bitney Crone, the film shows Crone's life following the accidental death of his partner of six years, Tom Bridegroom, as Crone struggles with his lack of legal rights to say goodbye to the man he loved. The moving documentary will be released on DVD for the first time Tuesday from Virgil Films Entertainment — Nicholas Cimarusti