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.