Your man on the New York theater scene RSVPs to Abraham Lincoln’s Big Gay Dance Party, spends A Night at the Tombs with a trans celeb, and checks out the old/new faces in A Little Night Music.
Laramie Project co-writer Greg Pierotti prepares to hit the road again with the show and its sequel, Laramie: 10 Years Later — and he's taking Advocate readers along on the journey.
Gay and Latino cultures collide in the Spanish adaptation of the boxing drama Blade to the Heat. Playwright Oliver Mayer explains why the new Filo Al Fuego packs the same punch.
For our second annual gay pride edition, your man on the New York theater scene overdoses on eye candy and goes solo with Joan Rivers, Jackie Beat, and Raven O.
Sordid Lives creator Del Shores delves into the personal drama that inspired Yellow, his first new play in seven years, and shares some golden memories of friend Rue McClanahan.
From Edie Falco as a butch ex-con to Reichen Lehmkuhl’s underwear in My Big Gay Italian Wedding, your man on the New York theater scene takes in the greatest and gayest shows off-Broadway.
The versatile leading man opens up on playing Dan Savage in the new stage musical The Kid, his plans on parenthood, and why he bristles at the “openly gay” modifier.
Your man on the New York theater scene pulls a pre-Tonys cram session with Sean Hayes, Nathan Lane, and Vanessa Williams, but he still makes time for small stars and smaller penises off-Broadway.
The Broadway veteran wraps up his columns about the sexy revival of the groundbreaking musical La Cage aux Folles from first rehearsal to ecstatic reception on opening night.
From Katey Sagal pulling a vanishing act to Shirley Jones rating her sexual prowess, theater director David Galligan shares what happens when musical theater stars converge for a spectacular AIDS Project Los Angeles fundraiser.
From Cher to Janis Joplin, Emmy winner Leslie Jordan preps for opening night of his off-Broadway show by revealing his 10 favorite songs to perform in drag.
Agnostic playwright Geoffrey Nauffts hopes to convert the conservative masses with Next Fall, a new Broadway drama blessed by producer power couple Elton John and David Furnish.
A fund-raiser for the L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center on Saturday had Coco Peru holding a two-hour heart-to-heart with Lily Tomlin about the lesbian star's sublime career (and Dolly Parton's wig).
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