It’s hard not to say that Moe Bertran isn’t the star of Love Scenes at Empire Stage in Fort Lauderdale. Then again it’s a one-man show so he’s the only star. It’s a good thing he gets to play six different characters including a hustler, and a cross-dresser in the one act show that runs through July 1.

Wild. Campy. And just plain fun. That’s the best way to describe Slow Burn Theatre’s latest production, Xanadu, based on the 1980s movie of the same name starring Olivia Newton-John. The one-act show is light on plot, but heavy on camp, energy and comic relief. The worst part about the West Boca company’s productions are that they only last two weekends, which means catch the show this coming weekend, or not at all.

Edward Albee

Questia Honors LGBT History Month With Community’s Most Researched Poets and Playwrights

Gay rights have come a long way over the years, so Questia (www.questia.com), the premier online research tool for students, is honoring LGBT History Month by sharing a few interesting facts on the gay community’s five most researched poets and playwrights.  In addition, Questia has opened up its library to make the reference works on the poets cited below free for a whole month.