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.
Excerpt: YouTube's Joey Graceffa Goes Offline In Real Life

Excerpt: YouTube's Joey Graceffa Goes Offline In Real Life

Life looks easy for this out 24-year-old YouTube star, but an excerpt from his new memoir shows his reality is no walk in the park.

A Very Gay Friendly Tony Awards

A Very Gay-Friendly Tony Awards

Sunday night’s Tony Awards honored the lesbian-themed musical Fun Home as it celebrated queer performers and favorites.

‘Fun Home’ Wins 5 Tonys, Including Best Musical
June 08 2015 6:28 AM ET

Fun Home Wins Best Musical, 5 Tonys

Broadway’s first musical to focus on a lesbian protagonist won big at the 69th Annual Tony Awards Sunday night.

PHOTOS: Sizzle Miami Makes Us Sweat

PHOTOS: Miami's Sizzle Leaves Us Breathless

Broadway Bares: Naked On Fire Island

Broadway Bares: Naked On Fire Island

Ready? Set? Strip! Enjoy these stills and video from this last warm up show before the main Broadway Bares event.

Kristen Wiig, Nick Jonas, and Tig Notaro Featured in Outfest 2015

The Outfest 2015 Lineup You've Been Waiting For

There are 166 films screening at the Los Angeles film festival, as well as a host of star-studded special events.

WATCH: The LGBT History of DC Comics

WATCH: The LGBT History of DC Comics

The Advocate and DC Entertainment team up for a look back at the history of LGBT characters in the pages of DC Comics.

7 Things List: June 5, 2015

7 Things That Are Everything This Week

Our entertainment and events highlights this week include a trailblazing gay superhero, the scent of a drag queen, and Pride in the nation's capital.

Maria Bello Is Not Gay or Bi, She's 'Whatever'

Maria Bello Is Not Gay or Bi, She's 'Whatever'

The actress, who's been in everything from Coyote Ugly to Prime Suspect, is a rare breed; she eschews labels but speaks honestly and openly about the woman she loves. 

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