Category: Los Angeles

RAGE Reviews: Opening Nights

RAGE Reviews: Opening Nights

[ 0 ] August 15, 2017

  by chris carpenter Health and family issues conspired, sadly, to prevent me from attending an opening night at Los Angeles’ storied Ahmanson Theatre since the end of last year.  Thankfully, I was able to break out of this vicious cycle last week in time for the L.A. premiere of The Curious Incident of the […]

DTLA PROUD FESTIVAL - Back and Bigger in 2017

DTLA PROUD FESTIVAL – Back and Bigger in 2017

[ 0 ] August 7, 2017

Celebrating its second year in Downtown Los Angeles and in honor of the growing LGBT community that has taken residence there, the DTLA Proud Festival is expanding its reach. Last year’s one-day festival now becomes two and it’s all taking place on Saturday and Sunday, August 26 and 27 in downtown’s famed Pershing Square Park […]

SOUTH BAY LGBT CENTER - Celebrating Pride, Unity and Equality One Step at a Time

SOUTH BAY LGBT CENTER – Celebrating Pride, Unity and Equality One Step at a Time

[ 0 ] August 7, 2017

by tony reverditto –   Formerly known as the South Bay Lesbian and Gay Community Organization (SBLGCO), The South Bay LGBT Center came into existence in 1989, when ten women met and talked about the possibility of creating an organized lesbian and gay presence in the South Bay/Redondo Beach area. A survey was conducted to […]

Panel of West Coast's Leading LGBTQ Journalists, Columnists Discuss Future of Queer Media

Panel of West Coast’s Leading LGBTQ Journalists, Columnists Discuss Future of Queer Media

[ 0 ] July 25, 2017

  LGBTs In The News with Thom Senzee and The Los Angeles Press Club present a panel of America’s most interesting and influential lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender media professionals gathering  for a live discussion and Q&A session titled, “Exploring New Frontiers in LGBTQ Media in an Age of Resistance and Backlash.” The event will […]

What's a Wedding Without THE CAKE?

What’s a Wedding Without THE CAKE?

[ 0 ] July 13, 2017

by lisa lipsey –  Produced by the Echo Theater Company as part of its 20th anniversary season, The Cake introduces audiences to Jen, who lives in New York, but always dreamed of getting married in her small North Carolina hometown. So, in this world premiere play from play-and-screen writer/producer Bekah Brunstetter (most recent work: NBC’s […]

Orange County & Los Angeles On Stage - June 2017

Orange County & Los Angeles On Stage – June 2017

[ 0 ] June 8, 2017

EIFMAN BALLET Segerstrom Center for the Arts welcomes Eifman Ballet of St. Petersburg Friday, June 16 through Sunday, June 18 performing Red Giselle, Boris Eifman’s ballet fantasy. Inspired by the tragic and tumultuous life of one of Russia’s greatest ballerinas, Olga Spessivtseva, Red Giselle is set at the beginning of the 20th century, an era […]

IMMERSE YOURSELF IN GAY FRINGE - Featured Selections From The 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival

IMMERSE YOURSELF IN GAY FRINGE – Featured Selections From The 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival

[ 0 ] June 7, 2017

by lisa lipsey –  Jamie Lee Curtis once said, “Everything you want in the world is just right outside your comfort zone. Everything you could possibly want!” That seems like a succinct definition of Fringe Festivals. A little outside of traditional theatre, a little inside some of the best new theatre minds. A little decadent […]

MAN OF LA MANCHA: Reaching For The Stars, Dreaming The Impossible Dream

MAN OF LA MANCHA: Reaching For The Stars, Dreaming The Impossible Dream

[ 0 ] June 5, 2017

by tony reverditto –   Man of La Mancha revolves around a middle-aged Spaniard, Don Quixote, whose chivalrous ideology incentivises his mission to defend the helpless and destroy the wicked. He persuades sidekick Sancho Panza to join his adventure, during which they happen upon peasant woman, Dulcinea, whom Quixote imagines is a princess. In the […]

LA FILM FESTIVAL Announces LGBT Lineup

LA FILM FESTIVAL Announces LGBT Lineup

[ 0 ] May 12, 2017

  Abu – Canada (Director Arshad Khan, Writers: Arshad Khan, Matt Jones, Producers: Arshad Khan, Sergeo Kirby) – Using family archives and animation, Arshad Khan shares a deeply personal story of migration from Pakistan to Canada, self-discovery and familial reconciliation. World Premiere And Then There Was Eve  – USA (Director Savannah Bloch, Writers: Savannah Bloch, […]

S/HE & ME: A THEATRICAL CABARET - Words and Lyrics by Alexandra Billings

S/HE & ME: A THEATRICAL CABARET – Words and Lyrics by Alexandra Billings

[ 0 ] May 11, 2017

by tim parks –  When Alexandra Billings hits the Renberg stage at The Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Lily Tomlin/Jane Wagner Cultural Center with her theatrical cabaret show S/He & Me, she’ll be telling her life story through words and lyrics. The show, highlights the Transparent star’s transition, from the often complex process, but all told […]

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