Few of the jokes were lost on the diehard Barbra Streisand fans in the audience at Actors Playhouse this weekend. And if they were, the offenders should have immediately surrendered their gay cards at the door.
Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre in Coral Gables is celebrating its 35th anniversary season.
Louisiana passed a bill that would harm trans athletes participating in sports, and Pennsylvania nominated Doug Mastriano, who previously made remarks mocking the trans community.
This week read about Poland and Hungary removing "gender equality" from a resolution about social solidarity, and civil rights groups opposing a bill that criminalizes gay relationships in Uganda.
For a generation of gay men, nightclubs were a magical refuge from the homophobia of friends, coworkers and even family, an energetic “Never Never Land” where seemingly everyone — and everything — was accepted.
José Valdés-Fauli is hoping to bring some fiscal sense to the Coral Gables government and in the process make history.
Coral Gables voters are headed to the polls again to determine the commissioner of group two.
It’s been nearly 45 years since Judy Garland’s untimely death, the culmination of a tumultuous career marked by triumphs and tragedies and accentuated by the abuse of untold uppers and downers, all washed down with alcohol.
Let’s clarify that headline just a bit: “The Legend of Georgia McBride” at GableStage in Coral Gables IS a play about drag AND the feel-good hit of the summer, guaranteed to provide a welcome respite from global warming.