Out Innovators Win 'Genius' Grants For Work in Arts, Law

Three Out Creatives Win Genius Grants

Alison Bechdel, Mary Bonauto, and Samuel Hunter were named three of 21 recipients of this year's highly coveted MacArthur Foundation grant.

Dustin Lance Black's Newest Play Shows Us LGBT Life in Russia

Dustin Lance Black's Newest Play Shows Us LGBT Life in Russia

We mustn't 'forget about our brothers and sisters abroad,' says Black.

PHOTOS: Cast of 'Kinky Boots' National Tour

PHOTOS: Cast of Kinky Boots National Tour

Meet the fresh faces strutting their stuff across the country in the Tony-winning musical.

Drag Beauties of 'Pageant' to Get Cast Album

Drag Beauties of Pageant to Get Cast Album

The campy off-Broadway musical, which features men as female pageant hopefuls, will receive the first official recording in the show's 23-year history.

'Bent', About Gays in Nazi Germany, to Get Major L.A. Staging

Bent, About Gays in Nazi Germany, to Get Major L.A. Staging

The Mark Taper Forum's 2015 season will include Martin Sherman's groundbreaking 1979 drama, as well as a newer gay-inclusive play by Paul Oakley Stovall.

Jane Lynch to Host Concert for Global Equality

Jane Lynch to Host Concert for Global Equality

The Emmy-winning Glee star will join headliners Sting and Patti LuPone at Uprising of Love, a benefit featuring Laverne Cox, Billy Porter, and Chely Wright.

Michael C. Hall Will Be Broadway's Next Hedwig

Michael C. Hall Will Be Broadway's Next Hedwig

The Dexter and Six Feet Under star is following in the stiletto steps of Andrew Rannells and Neil Patrick Harris.

PHOTOS: 'Bootycandy' Explores Black Gay Experience

PHOTOS: Bootycandy Explores Black Gay Experience

Out actor Phillip James Brannon stars in Robert O'Hara's off-Broadway comedy about a young gay black man's journey of sexual self-discovery.

Ben Rimalower on Being Gay and 'Bad With Money'

Ben Rimalower on Being Gay and Bad With Money

The Patti Issues star discusses his new NYC solo show about his addiction to overspending.

San Francisco Mourns Death of Legendary Drag Performer

San Francisco Mourns Death of Legendary Drag Performer

Arturo Galster was a drag pioneer in the San Francisco Bay Area. The San Francisco Chronicle's Robert Hurwitt offers up this tribute, compiled by Gerard Koskovich and the family of Arturo Galster.

Syndicate content

AddThis

Quantcast