Turns out that a Broadway musical based on a competitive cheerleading film can be uplifting — and not just for its high-flying routines.
Our man on the New York theater scene brings it on with Broadway’s first transgender teen, goes into Central Park’s woods with Denis O’Hare, finds a gay skeleton in John Stamos’s closet, pops in on Marilyn Monroe in purgatory, and much more.
Taking advantage of the lull in Broadway openings leading up to the Tony Awards on June 10, our man on the New York theater scene grabs a seat at the greatest and gayest new offerings off-Broadway, including Cock, February House, and a redressed Naked Boys Singing!
The 2011-2012 Broadway season has officially ended, the Tony nominations have been announced, and our man on the New York theater scene has now seen every show. Here’s a look at his quick and queer-skewed impressions of the busy season’s complete offerings — thriving and shuttered, honored and snubbed.
It may be time to revisit Avenue Q, the irreverently funny, 10-year-old send up of 'Sesame Street.'
The Broadway revival of Edward Albee's scathing emotional play also has a love story that you might have missed.