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Dolly Punches In to Broadway

9 to 5 The Musical isn't a gold mine of social commentary, but it sure is a fun show.

Busch and Turner Take on 'The Third Story'

Kathleen Turner and Charles Busch serve up deliciously campy turns in Busch's latest "Hollywood of yore" play, The Third Story .

Laramie: 10 Years Later

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 Moises Kaufman, "what had or had not changed" about the town since the hate crime. The result is Laramie: 10 Years Later.

On the Fringe

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

Blogway Baby

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.

Ho, No, She Didn't

Wendy Ho's raunchy and over-the-top mix of music and comedy has made her a name to know in the New York City performance and club circuit

Ma Vie en Rose

Leslie Jordan's new one man show, My Trip Down the Pink Carpet, premiered at Gay Fest in New York City and this week comes to the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center. The show chronicles his journey to celebrity status with a slightly colorful twist

Madonna Knocks 'Em Dead in NYC

The queen's show at the Roseland Ballroom was choreographed to the nines and, as expected, went off without a hitch

Beaus of Broadway Take It Off for Charity

The hunks of the Great White Way camped it up in the 2nd Annual Broadway Beauty Pageant to raise money for queer homeless youths.

In the Heights

The toast of Broadway attempts to show a grittier side of New York City, but fails to deliver.

The movie you can salivate to

If you're ever at a club and you see TV screens showing off group sex, pig masks, and fan dancers, you may be watching Schwarzwald, one of the most intriguing films ever made.

Come and knock on her door—and buy her products

Irrepressible TV legend Suzanne Somers is back in the spotlight, this time as purveyor of an eponymous line of food, jewelry, and beauty products. And gay men around the country are buying them up at private parties in the best Tupperware tradition. A look inside the strange new trend.

The Pool with Five Porches

A tale of two men lying by the pool, and little else, is a homoerotic miss at this year's Fringe Festival in New York