9 to 5 The Musical isn't a gold mine of social commentary, but it sure is a fun show.
Charles Kaiser and Arthur Laurents continue their conversation.
With his latest production of West Side Story currently on Broadway and a new memoir just published, legendary writer-producer Arthur Laurents tells his good friend Charles Kaiser why he's never been able to tell a lie.
Gay playwright Jon
Marans tackles the Mattachine Society -- with the help of
star Michael Urie -- in his new play,
An ailing Whoopi
Goldberg leaves Charles Busch and Lypsinka to tough it out
alone in an appropriately cursed staged reading of
Hottie Gavin Creel may not take it all off in the Broadway revival of Hair, but he does put it all out there in his first interview with Advocate.com. Yep -- he's gay.
West Side Story
is magnificently reborn on Broadway and Charles Kaiser
attends, rubbing elbows with theater royalty including
writer-director Arthur Laurents, Kathleen Turner, and Lauren
Kaufman takes a pause from writing about gay martyrs and casts
Jane Fonda in a drama about Beethoven and musical obsession --
Broadway's cast of
-- together with stars from other Broadway shows and a slew of
A-listers --will come together next week in a star-studded
fight for marriage equality.
Out hottie Luke
MacFarlane flexes his acting chops as the alternately euphoric
and tortured author F. Scott Fitzgerald in the Blank's
The Jazz Age.
Kathleen Turner and
Charles Busch serve up deliciously campy turns in Busch's
latest "Hollywood of yore" play,
The Third Story
Rent: Filmed Live on Broadway
hopes to erase memories of that ill-received Hollywood
adaptation, and as Maureen, Eden Espinosa has just the stuff to
make it happen.
Neil Bartram and Brian Hill bring “bromance”
to Broadway with their new musical, The Story of My
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