Arts & Entertainment
In the Arts & Entertainment section, The Advocate brings readers all the latest news on Hollywood, Broadway, and beyond. From New York to Los Angeles, The Advocate shines a spotlight on the stars of the screen who are lending their voices to support the LGBT community, as well as gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender individuals who are moving the cultural needle. Discover A-list interviews, the best gay movies and reviews of theater, music, books and television. Learn how Arts & Entertainment can shape national dialogue and can work to advance equality.
Artist Brings a Queer Eye to Female Catholic Saints

Artist Brings a Queer Eye to Female Catholic Saints

Alma Lopez's “Queer Saints: Holy Violence” exhibition explores the idea of female saints as butch/masculine lesbians.

DJ Nick Monaco on Honoring the Queer, Trans Roots of Dance Music

Can Dance Music Honor Its Queer, Trans Roots?

The androgynous deep house musician sounds off on his experiences with defying the gender binary, the rising tides of 'bro' culture, and his nonprofit lipstick line that aims to directly benefit trans folks.

'Transparent,' 'OITNB,' 'Normal Heart' Among Writers Guild Nominees

Transparent, OITNB, Normal Heart Among Writers Guild Nominees

Several LGBT-inclusive programs are up for awards in the Writers Guild's competition for TV, radio, and new media.

PHOTOS: LGBT Identities, 'Village Voices'

PHOTOS: LGBT Identities, Village Voices

Based on interviews with Greenwich Village characters, a new play honors the lives and losses of New York's LGBT community.

'Transparent' Creator on Show's First Trans Writer

Until Now, There Were No Trans Writers on Transparent

Jill Soloway explains the choice of Our Lady J and responds to criticism as the popular series resumes.

Quiz: How Well Do You Know 'The Birdcage?'

QUIZ: How Well Do You Know The Birdcage?

Test your knowledge of this 1996 comedy classic.

Catholic 'Docudrama' 'Full of Grace' Brings LGBT Issues to the Stage

Catholic 'Docudrama' Full of Grace Brings LGBT Issues to the Stage

Full of Grace, an interview-based staged reading, took the stories of more than 30 LGBT Catholics to the stage at Fordham University.

Maulik Pancholy to Make Broadway Debut in 'It's Only a Play'

Maulik Pancholy to Make Broadway Debut in It's Only a Play

The out 30 Rock and Weeds alum will replace Rupert Grint in the hit Terrence McNally comedy.

Two Amazing Alvin Ailey Dancers Got Married

Two Amazing Alvin Ailey Dancers Got Married

The Art of Maurice Heerdink

The Art of Maurice Heerdink

A new book by artist Maurice Heerdink weds Dutch precision with the sensual influences of classic Italian painting.

WATCH: 'Is Peter Pan Straight or a Lesbian?'

WATCH: 'Is Peter Pan Straight or a Lesbian?'

Jane Krakowski is cool with whatever.

Sam Smith: I Want to Be More Than a Gay Spokesman

Sam Smith: I Want to Be More Than a Gay Spokesman

'I want to be a spokesperson for everyone,' he said during an appearance on Ellen DeGeneres's show. 'I don't want to be limited.'

LGBT-Themed Musical 'Fun Home' to Open Early on Broadway

LGBT-Themed Musical Fun Home to Open Early on Broadway

Jeanine Tesori and Lisa Kron's adaptation of lesbian cartoonist Alison Bechdel's acclaimed graphic memoir will transfer to Broadway a week earlier than expected.

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