• 5 Tips To Consider Before You See “Hamilton”

    Tickets to “Hamilton” on Broadway are practically impossible to purchase—especially on a journalist’s meager earnings—so, I’ve had to wait like everybody else to see the most talked about show in recent memory.

  • A&E: Broadway

    (Mirror) Last season, Broward audiences got to see the Broadway phenomenon "Hamilton.” A year later, the touring production is finally coming to the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach and Arsht Center in Miami. Admittedly, its the still the hottest ticket of the season, but all three regional performing arts centers are offering lineups of Broadways best and most of the shows are playing at more than one theater! 

  • Broadway & Cabaret Star Karen Mason to Appear At Lynn University

    Karen Mason has starred on Broadway, Off-Broadway, television and “…has few peers when it comes to ripping the roof off with her amazing voice that knows no bounds!” according to

  • Broadway Actor Share His Bi Coming-of-Age Experience

    On the eve of Sept. 23’s bisexual visibility day, Broadway actor Andy Mientus shared his thoughts on living openly as a bisexual man via Instagram.

  • Broadway Sees Gains For Black Audiences, Actors

    NEW YORK (AP) — Early one Sunday this month, 56 people boarded a bus in a suburb of Washington, D.C., to make the trip to Broadway to see a play.

  • Business Spotlight: Duncan Theatre Welcomes Broadway

    The Duncan Theatre’s stage is going to light up with two stars of Broadway’s best, Mandy Gonzalez and Josh Young as the Duncan Theatre introduces their new Stars of Broadway Series. 

  • Chorus Program Offers Inspired Musical Contrasts

    Requiem masses for the dead are not generally joyous musical compositions, but a new commission by the Gay Mens Chorus of South Florida pairs an uplifting contemporary example of the genre with equally inspired Broadway show tunes and pop music.

  • Column: I Am A Camera

    Christopher Isherwood was a novelist, playwright, screen-writer, autobiographer, and diarist. He was also gay and made this a theme of some of his writing. He was born near Manchester in the north of England in 1904, became a U.S. citizen in 1946, and died in 1986.

  • Diversity Honors Celebrates Authenticity & Inclusion

    Levi Kreis won a Tony Award on Broadway for his role as the musical legend Jerry Lee Lewis, a piano keys slamming wild man.

  • Gay Men’s Chorus Seeks New Director

    The 170-voice Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida (GMCSF) is opening a nationwide search for a new artistic director.

  • George Takei's Musical 'Allegiance' Finally Gets to Broadway

    George Takei is next boldly going somewhere special — to Broadway.

  • Lawyers: Disputes Over Gay Marriage Could Hit Tribal Courts

    TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Some Oklahoma attorneys say tribal courts may soon see challenges to same-sex marriage restrictions following the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in June that legalized the unions nationwide.

  • Mirror Jan. 2017: Broadway

    With three world-class performing arts centers within a 70-mile stretch, South Florida audiences always get to enjoy the best in Broadway touring productions. Several shows are on return engagements, while “The Little Mermaid” and “Something Rotten” will make highly anticipated debuts.

  • Mirror Jan. 2017: Destination On Broadway

    Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Hamilton” still reigns at the Broadway box office, but anticipation builds for Bette Midler’s return to the stage in “Gypsy.” Here’s your guide to new shows opening soon on the Great White Way:

  • Mirror: Broadway

    With three world-class performing arts centers within a 70-mile stretch, South Florida audiences always get to enjoy the best in Broadway touring productions and the Fall season is no exception. Kick off the performing arts season with the 20th anniversary tour of Rent, the magic of The Illusionists and timeless musicals.

  • Musical Theater Workshop Becomes A Broadway Engine

    NEW YORK (AP) — In a room in a lower Manhattan skyscraper, a musical is being born, song by song.

  • News Bites for September 16, 2015

    Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender news bites.

  • Probe: Misconduct, Misuse of Taxpayer Resources In Lawmaker Affair

    Lapeer, MI (WNEM) -- Two Mid-Michigan lawmakers, one bizarre email and a shocking sex scandal. Now a group investigating whether taxpayer money was misused to hide the affair has finished its preliminary report.

  • Review: “Beautiful: The Baby Boomer Musical”

    Jukebox musicals took over Broadway in a big way in the late ‘90s with the box office success of “Mamma Mia!,” a show based on the music of ABBA.

  • Review: A Tale Of Two Dollys At Arsht

    One of the hottest tickets on Broadway two seasons ago was Jerry Zaks’ Tony Award-winning revival of “Hello, Dolly,” starring Bette Midler. I was fortunate to catch a matinee one summer Sunday.