Hot Sheet: March 27, 2015

Hot Sheet: Grand Imitation at The Breakfast Club

Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include The Breakfast Club’s 30th anniversary, the groundbreaking trans film 52 Tuesdays, out singer Steve Grand, and DC’s biggest bisexual badass, Catwoman.

Hot Sheet: March 20, 2015

Hot Sheet: Farewell to Glee, Keep on Looking

We say goodbye to Glee, hope it's just a 'see you later' to Looking, and get Insurgent in this week's entertainment highlights.

Cell Block Tango Stops the Show at Broadway Backwards

Cell Block Tango Stops the Show at Broadway Backwards

The 10th anniversary benefit raised $466,717 to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and New York City's LGBT Center. Check out this all-male version of a number from the musical, Chicago.

Hot Sheet: March 13, 2015

Hot Sheet: Rebel Realness in the Empire

Madonna, Cinderella, and Empire all want your attention this weekend.

The Family Tragicomic That Could Change Broadway Forever

The Family Tragicomic That Could Change Broadway Forever

The story of the sexual awakening of a young, butch lesbian is the most honest thing Broadway has seen on LGBT lives.

Was NPH Better Than Rock Hudson? 8 LGBT Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony Hosts

Was NPH Better Than Rock Hudson? 8 LGBT Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony Hosts

Are gays made to host big, flashy awards shows? Looks that way.

Don't Mess With Patti LuPone

Don't Mess With Patti LuPone 

Broadway's beloved gay icon disses social media and reality TV, but she always commands respect. 

Megan Hilty: Life After 'Smash'

Megan Hilty: Life After Smash

Broadway’s blonde bombshell reflects on being a new mother, an LGBT activist, and battling antigay Internet trolls.

From 'Intellectual Homosexual' to 'Cootie Catcher'

From Intellectual Homosexual to Cootie Catcher

A new solo show chronicles a young gay man's struggle to say sex-positive and HIV-negative.

Oscar Wilde Opera Makes East Coast Premiere

Oscar Wilde Opera Makes East Coast Premiere

Out countertenor David Daniels stars as Wilde in Opera Philadelphia's staging of Oscar.

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