Your man on the New York theater scene looks back at gay love and self-loathing in the ’40s, ’50s, and ’60s before shamelessly lusting after Broadway stars Liev Schreiber, Victor Garber, and High School Musical hunk Corbin Bleu.
The talented, versatile, and very outspoken performer sounds off on being bipolar, reveals what audiences can expect from her new stage show, and — in true diva-style — compares herself to no less than Judy Garland.
Your man on the New York theater scene swoons for Catherine Zeta-Jones in A Little Night Music and uncovers some little gems like the latest solo efforts from David Greenspan and Judy Gold.
The Advocate’s queen on the NYC theater scene uses his gift receipt to exchange seasonal solo shows for inner-city lesbian tragedy, scenery-chewing divas, Mark-Paul Gosselaar’s muscles, and Broadway’s first high-powered prostate massage.
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.