Queer filmmaker Catherine Gund has a history of choosing fascinating LGBT topics for her documentaries.
For more than two decades Eve Ensler’s play “The Vagina Monologues” has empowered women to speak frankly about their identities, dreams and, yes, sexual desires. Now, thanks to Key West writer Wayne Keller, men have a similar opportunity with “Cock Talk.”
In the 30 years since graduation, I’ve tried hard to block out memories of the daily torture that was the high school experience--the cliques of mean girls and dumb jocks, the taunts and bullying.
Over the years, the LGBT community has embraced other letters for its “alphabet soup.” “Q” signifies queer or questioning people. “I” is for intersex and “A” includes allies. Canadians add the number “2” to represent the two-spirit beliefs of its native peoples.
We have Rian Johnson and his critically acclaimed box office hit “Knives Out” to thank for the revival of the comedic murder mystery. Advance word on the sequel, “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,” is that it’s as good as the original.
Yes, it is possible to be addicted to sex. And, in many cases, this disease can be just as personally and professionally destructive as alcohol, drugs or even food. One young man’s struggle is the subject of Michael Leeds’ play, “The First Step – Diary of a Sex Addict,” which opened last weekend at Island City Stage.
Hours after leaving Island City Stage in Wilton Manors, I’m still trying to unpack all the issues that playwright Andrew Kramer tackles in his world premiere thriller “Armature.”
After a rather serious and thought-provoking start to their 10th anniversary season, Island City Stage in Wilton Manors reversed course in the penultimate production with a campy satirical romp that left audiences in stitches on opening night.
We know that musical theater is a gay pastime, but is it possible for a show to be “too” gay? “Something Rotten,” the smash Broadway hit now playing at the Broward Center, takes audiences back to the “gay ‘90s”—the 1590s.
What could happen when the two most powerful gay men in 1930s Hollywood bump into each other at a cocktail reception…and are joined by an outrageous and outspoken actress?
It’s not unusual for Broadway hits to be adapted for the big screen.
“It’s a small world,” the old adage goes, and well, the theater world is even smaller.
Anyone who has ever been forced to care for a declining parent or grandparent will recognize the truths revealed in Michael Aman’s brilliant new play, “Feeding the Bear.” The comedy received its world premiere this weekend at Island City Stage in Wilton Manors.
Let’s face it, the experience of going to see a movie in a theater has changed forever.
Check out these 10 hot tickets for fall.
Despite the inconveniences and continuing uncertainty caused by the Omicron variant of COVID-19, South Florida arts organizations and presenters have lined up a varied and exciting schedule of theater, dance, concerts and comedy.
Ask just about any gay man which “Golden Girls” character he identifies closest and the overwhelming answer is likely going to be Blanche, but not Jason B. Schmidt.
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.
“Frozen” is unquestionably one of the most popular films among the pre-tween set.
“RuPaul’s Drag Race” fan favorite Alyssa Edwards is hitting the road again — her “yellow brick road to fame” — on the “Life, Love and Lashes Tour,” a one-woman show that chronicles her dreams as a shy young gay kid growing up in Texas to achieving international stardom.
Broward County artists will uncage their creativity at the annual RedEye music and arts festival on Saturday, July 15 at ArtServe in Fort Lauderdale.
Picasso Exhibit Comes to Miami
The Broward Center in Fort Lauderdale has been nominated for the “Theatre of the Decade Award” by Pollstar, a live entertainment industry data and content company similar to Nielsen.
Nearly two decades ago, then-Fort Lauderdale resident Robby Kendall dreamed up a fun gay-themed soap opera that found its way to the ArtServe building stage for multiple performances over two years.
Tormented Trails, a 20-minute walk through woods filled with scary twists and turns, returns to Tree Tops Park, 3900 SW 100th Ave in Davie, Oct. 16, 22, 23, 29, 30 and 31.
It’s barely December, but Hallmark, Lifetime, UpTV and other cable networks have been running their syrupy holiday movies nonstop for more than a month already.
Miss Richfield 1981 is returning to the Sunshine Cathedral, 1480 SW 9th Ave. in Fort Lauderdale, on Saturday, Jan. 15 at 8 p.m. with her new show, “40 Years on the Throne.”
The critically acclaimed Maltz Jupiter Theatre will be reopening in January and the pandemic shutdown was put to good use with a $36 million expansion to the Indiantown Road complex.
The biggest names in South Florida cabaret will perform together on Saturday, Aug. 7 at The Foundry, 2306 N. Dixie Hwy. in Wilton Manors.
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