Netflix launched its first LGBT podcast, “The Gay Agenda.”

According to the streaming network, “The new podcast takes an entertaining and honest look into the lives of LGBTQ+ creatives at the top of their fields across different industries and celebrates their success stories in the community through a loving and humorous lens.” The first episode is available and new episodes will be released weekly. 

“The Gay Agenda” is created and produced by lesbian actress, singer/songwriter and podcaster Jasmin Savoy Brown (“The Leftovers,” new “Scream” reboot). Her co-host is producer and nonbinary actor, comic and playwright Liv Hewson (“Santa Clarita Diet,” “Yellowjackets,” “Bombshell”). 

On the show, Brown and Hewson interview queer trailblazers, including Bex Taylor-Klaus, Natalie Morales, Ally Beardsley, Javicia Leslie, Caleb Hearon, Carmen Maria Machado, Leo Sheng and Fortune Feimster.

Listen to “The Gay Agenda” at Netflix.com.

We’re Happy You’re Here, Too!

Delighted Tobehere, the drag sensation who won the hearts of “America’s Got Talent” viewers, is returning to Empire Stage, 1140 N. Flagler Dr. in Fort Lauderdale, with her new show “Drag 101,” Jan. 20 – 30. 

Find out exactly what it takes to be a drag queen in her hilarious onstage transformation. Everything that happens in the dressing room happens right in front of the audience — hair, makeup and even the infamous tuck. Delighted Tobehere will leave nothing to the imagination as she reveals all of the drag’s best-kept secrets.  

Tickets are $35 at EmpireStage.com. Save $5 by using code EMPIRE.

More COVID-19 Casualties

“Summer,” the high-energy jukebox musical featuring hits by disco diva Donna Summer, has been rescheduled and will be coming May 20 - 26 to the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach. The original run planned for Jan. 5 – 9 was canceled due to COVID-19 cases within the touring cast and crew. For more information and tickets, go to Kravis.org.

The Cleveland Orchestra canceled its annual winter residency at the Arsht Center in Miami “for the safety of the Orchestra and traveling staff.” Additional performances at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach and Artis – Naples have also been canceled. Ticket holders will be refunded.

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