Broad Appeal
February 02 2009 1:00 AM ET

Charles Busch: Broad Appeal

Brandon Voss

Charles Busch talks Liza and Judy at the Palace and takes Kathleen Turner camping off-Broadway in The Third Story.

All the Queen's Men
January 30 2009 1:00 AM ET

All the Queen's Men

Advocate.com Editors

New York's current governor is blind, and its previous governor resigned amid a call-girl scandal. But did you know that one of its earliest, Lord Cornbury, is rumored to have been a cross-dresser and was more than likely gay?

The Magic Flute
January 16 2009 1:00 AM ET

The Magic Flute

Charlie Richards

It’s a trifle sad when the most praise a critic can muster after seeing a performance of Mozart’s sublime masterpiece, The Magic Flute, is for the sets and costumes

Defying Inequality
January 13 2009 1:00 AM ET

Defying Inequality

Ross von Metzke

The Los Angeles cast of Wicked took to a cabaret stage Monday night to combat inequality and raise money for gay rights. Wicked casts in New York, Louisville, and Chicago did so as well.

The Divine Miss M.
December 23 2008 1:00 AM ET

The Divine Miss M.

Lawrence Ferber

Since the death of performer Wayland Flowers in 1988, his over-the-top puppet creation Madame has been seen only sporadically. But with the launch of her new casino tour, Madame is back.

Laramie: 10 Years Later
December 05 2008 1:00 AM ET

Laramie: 10 Years Later 

Mike Diamond

In 1998 in rural Wyoming, Matthew Shepard was tied to a fence by two local men, brutally beaten, and left to die. Ten years after Shepard's murder, the company behind The Laramie Project returned to Laramie to find out, in the words of creator Moisés Kaufman, “what had or had not changed” about the town since the hate crime. The result is Laramie: 10 Years Later.

Without Her We're Nothing
November 18 2008 1:00 AM ET

Without Her We're Nothing

Job Brother

The legendary Sandra Bernhard sits down with The Advocate before the one-night-only revival of her seminal one-woman show Without You I'm Nothing in Los Angeles to discuss Tori Amos, why Prop. 8 is "the best thing that could happen to the gay community," and how she she could possibly love both Rachel Maddow and Rachel Zoe.

The Prophecy According to Terrence
October 14 2008 12:00 AM ET

The Prophecy According to Terrence 

Corey Scholibo

As Terrence McNally’s 1998 play Corpus Christi begins a two-week run in New York, we’re reminded exactly how far we’ve come. 

Still Workin'
September 22 2008 12:00 AM ET

Still Workin'

Corey Scholibo

Gay fans flock to the premiere of 9 to 5 at Los Angeles's Ahmanson Theatre to see Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda, and Lily Tomlin -- and end up staying for an excellent show.

Billy Porter's 'Once on This Island' Charms
September 10 2008 12:00 AM ET

Billy Porter's Once on This Island Charms

Anne Stockwell

Billy Porter, who gave one of his first interviews as an out actor in The Advocate just three years ago, breathes new life into the Broadway musical Once on This Island, running now at UCLA's Freud Playhouse.

On the Fringe
August 22 2008 12:00 AM ET

On the Fringe

Mike Diamond

This year's Fringe Festival in New York delivered the goods, from dying divas to unsexy, naked men.

Blogway Baby
August 14 2008 12:00 AM ET

Blogway Baby

Mike Diamond

Infamous celebrity blogger Perez Hilton gets the musical treatment in Perez Hilton…The Musical! onstage now as part of the 2008 NY International Fringe Festival.

Fall Theater Preview
August 13 2008 12:00 AM ET

 Fall Theater Preview

Gerard Raymond

From Daniel Radcliffe going bareback on Broadway to the next Dolly Parton working 9 to 5 at the Ahmanson in Los Angeles, a look at the shows that will be worth going to the theater for. 

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