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.

Elton John to perform at Madison Square Garden Katrina benefit

Entertainment News 2005-09-09 Elton John to perform at Madison Square Garden Katrina benefit Big names such as Elton John and Rod Stewart will team up with some of New Orleans's most notable musicians,

Ellen DeGeneres to appear on Katrina benefit telecast

Entertainment News 2005-09-08 Ellen DeGeneres to appear on Katrina benefit telecast Sheryl Crow, the Dixie Chicks, Randy Newman, Neil Young, Rod Stewart, Alicia Keys, and Paul Simon are among the music

Zadan and Meron hook up with New Line

Entertainment News 2005-09-08 Zadan and Meron hook up with New Line Out film producers Neil Meron and Craig Zadan have signed a two-year deal—through their production company Storyline

Darren Star in a pilot deal with UPN

Entertainment News 2005-09-08 Darren Star in a pilot deal with UPN Openly gay Sex and the City creator Darren Star has a new deal with UPN for a two-for-one pilot commitment, according

Melissa Etheridge among stars slated for Katrina benefit concerts

Entertainment News 2005-09-07 Melissa Etheridge among stars slated for Katrina benefit concerts The six major U.S. television networks agreed on Friday to a September 9 air date for a rare joint broadc

Elton John talks about future projects

Entertainment News 2005-09-07 Elton John talks about future projects At the top of every hour the clock in Elton John's dressing room at Caesars Palace breaks wind. And every hour, the farting

Capote, Brokeback Mountain, Breakfast on Pluto among the favorites at Telluride

Entertainment News 2005-09-07 Capote, Brokeback Mountain, Breakfast on Pluto among the favorites at Telluride Philip Seymour Hoffman came to check out the competition, and he liked what he saw

Antony and the Johnsons win Mercury Prize

Entertainment News 2005-09-07 Antony and the Johnsons win Mercury Prize Art-pop combo Antony and the Johnsons—fronted by gay lead singer Antony Hegarty—won the Mercury Prize, one of

Brokeback Mountain the talk of Venice fest

Entertainment News 2005-09-03 Brokeback Mountain the talk of Venice fest A pair of gay cowboys rode into Venice on Friday, as Ang Lee's Brokeback Mountain set tongues wagging at the annu

Garbo: The Signature Collection premieres on DVD September 6

Entertainment News 2005-09-03 Garbo: The Signature Collection premieres on DVD September 6 Warner Home Video celebrates the 100th birthday of one of the screen's most luminous and enigmatic bi

Ellen DeGeneres discusses Katrina's impact on her family

Entertainment News 2005-09-02 Ellen DeGeneres discusses Katrina's impact on her family A shaken and emotional Ellen DeGeneres said her 82-year-old aunt had to quickly evacuate her home in Pass Christia

New films starring Chad Allen and Margaret Cho debut September 2 on Here

Entertainment News 2005-09-02 New films starring Chad Allen and Margaret Cho debut September 2 on Here The gay TV network Here presents the debuts of two new films of gay interest on Frida

Mariel Hemingway to play a lesbian Secret Service agent in Here movie

Entertainment News 2005-09-01 Mariel Hemingway to play a lesbian Secret Service agent in Here movie Here TV announced Tuesday that Mariel Hemingway—already a lesbian icon from her performance in

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