Queer as Folk’s Randy Harrison discusses his new role as late art legend Andy Warhol in Yale Rep’s POP! and his own status as a reluctant “post-gay” pop icon — plus his secret nude photos and the possibility of a QAF reunion.
When Paul Stovall isn't working for the Obamas (his day job) or hobnobbing with Oprah Winfrey (pictured) he's headlining at New York City's Joe's Pub with his new musical, CLEAR.
When performance-art drag diva Joey Arias combines forces with master puppeteer Basil Twist, anything — no, seriously, anything — can happen.
The Advocate’s queen on the New York theater scene meets bisexual conjoined twins, pits Sienna Miller against Jude Law, tastes Cheyenne Jackson’s Rainbow, and saves up for a rainy day with Hugh Jackman.
Zachary Quinto — fresh from helping to honor Coco Peru at the L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center's annual gala — Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, and more gather for Hollywood's reading of The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later: An Epilogue.
The Advocate’s queen on the New York theater scene discovers killer hermaphrodites, ancient Roman himbos, and enough lesbian drama to fill a seventh season of The L Word.
Fresh from his oft turbulent, much talked about run on Grey's Anatomy, T.R. Knight makes his leap from small screen back to stage official with Parade, opening in Los Angeles this week.
Tom Judson premieres his Canned Ham Tour in New York tonight and takes a look back at the last month of prep time, including the search for hubcaps, a trip down porn memory lane, and the trailer's first big U-turn.
The Advocate’s queen on the New York theater scene alien-probes the 13th annual Fringe Festival to find America’s top bottoms, naughtiest neighbors, and gayest presidents ever.
After a series of reinventions, actor–carpenter–porn star–playwright Tom Judson pulls up stakes and heads west
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