“When opportunity presents itself, you run toward it.”
Borrowing a page from John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask’s “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” handbook, Jill Sobule’s fabulous and fierce “F*ck7thGrade” (City Theatre Company), is a musical presented as a rock concert.
It’s fitting that in 2021, a time when concertgoing is still somewhat curtailed, and certainly not what it used to be, music documentaries are more popular than ever.
A lineup of LGBT-friendly musical artists is scheduled to perform in the city of Miami Beach all month long in March at a concert series originally scheduled to run alongside Winter Party, which was canceled due to a surge of COVID-19 outbreaks.
NEW YORK — What's up with 4 Non Blondes? How about a one-night-only reunion?
At least nine LGBT people were found murdered in May — three of them on the same day.
LeAnn Rimes was just a teen when she first burst onto the international music scene in 1996. Her debut album, “Blue,” hit No. 1 on the Billboard country music charts, but was just the first hit of many. As she matured, so did her music.
“Frozen” is unquestionably one of the most popular films among the pre-tween set.
Walk! Chant! Dance! Worship two of the community’s biggest icons!
A group of masked anti-LGBT activists raided a club in Moscow Friday just hours before queer, gender-bending rapper Mykki Blanco was set to perform, the Fader reports.
NEW YORK — Police say a New York City man has been arrested in connection with a bias attack in lower Manhattan against the first gay couple to be married at West Point.
If the emergence of the contagious COVID-19 Omicron variant has you stuck at home, here are three great reads to pass the time (and virtually burn some calories, too).
It’s been more than a year since Fort Lauderdale-based Symphony of the Americas tapped Spanish conductor Pablo Mielgo as only its second artistic director.
Orchestra Miami will celebrate the centennial of composer Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992) with an all-tango program at Miami Beach’s North Beach Bandshell, 7275 Collins Ave., on Friday, July 9 at 8 p.m. The concert coincides with Argentina’s Independence Day.
Beginning on Saturday, April 17, the Symphony of the Americas will once again take the stage at the Broward Center in Fort Lauderdale, their first live concerts since the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered performance venues more than a year ago.
“The Disappointments,” by creator Rich Burns, is a new web series about three middle-aged gay best friends trying to figure out how to live their best lives.
The biggest names in South Florida cabaret will perform together on Saturday, Aug. 7 at The Foundry, 2306 N. Dixie Hwy. in Wilton Manors.
Halloween is traditionally the season for outlandish costumes and characters, but this Christmas, South Florida audiences will be treated to an especially abundant entertainment line-up featuring men in wigs.
Empire Stage, the intimate theater space tucked against the train tracks on Flagler Drive in Fort Lauderdale, is elevating the conversation with a production of Yasmina Reza’s Moliere, Olivier and Tony Award-winning drama, “Art,” April 29 – May 15.
Florida Grand Opera (FGO) has been awarded an Opera America 2022 Opera Grant for Women Stage Directors and Conductors.
Slow Burn Theatre Co., the resident regional company at Fort Lauderdale’s Broward Center, announced its 2022-23 season recently and Disney’s dance-heavy musical “Newsies” is one of the big Broadway musicals on the schedule.
Island City Stage is tackling gay playwright Tennessee Williams’ most enigmatic play, “Suddenly Last Summer,” playing through April 17 in Wilton Manors.
While the fall arts season doesn’t officially begin for a few more weeks, several local LGBT arts organizations are already packing theaters and concert venues with patrons eager to experience live theater and music following the quieter summer months.
The Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida will present its Pride Month concert, “Unbreakable & Unstoppable,” on Friday, June 24 and Saturday, June 25 at the Sunshine Cathedral, 1480 S.W. 9th Ave. in Fort Lauderdale.
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If patience is a virtue, then Bitch fans are among the most virtuous.
Miami-based gay singer-songwriter Jay Thomas and his musician-producer and boyfriend Oscar Quesada decided to make the best of it after the pandemic brought live performances to a halt.
Ten years after its world premiere, “This House Shall Stand: Songs of My Family,” a choral song cycle inspired by the stories of South Florida LGBT families, will be performed by the Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida (GMCSF).
“It’s pretty emotional to think in terms of 30 years ago having started this,” reflected Dr. Gary Keatiing, founder and current artistic director of the Original Fort Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus (FLGMC).
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