Category: Los Angeles

THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE: Putting it Together

THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE: Putting it Together

[ 0 ] April 13, 2017

by joel martens Matthew Lopez’s The Legend of Georgia McBride, now playing at Los Angeles’ Geffen Playhouse through Sunday, May 14, is a wonderful celebration of drag as performance art. Not only that, it’s an insightful tale about recognizing the specialness in oneself and finding family among people who are different than you…A topic which […]

CINEARTE LATINX QUEER FESTIVAL: A Focus on Diversity

CINEARTE LATINX QUEER FESTIVAL: A Focus on Diversity

[ 0 ] April 11, 2017

by tim parks –  The 4th Annual CineArte Latinx Queer Festival will once again offer a sharp focus onto the wealth of Latino artists, through the mediums of film, digital media, art and music. The three-day festival, which is being held from Friday, April 21 through Sunday, April 23 at The Los Angeles LGBT Center’s […]

Los Angeles LGBT Community Events

Los Angeles LGBT Community Events

[ 0 ] March 14, 2017

  GLAAD MEDIA AWARDS “The GLAAD Media Awards recognize and honor media for their fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the LGBTQ community and the issues that affect their lives. They also fund GLAAD’s work to amplify stories from the LGBTQ community that build support for equality.” This year marks the 28th annual ceremony for […]

THE TRUTH OF THE MATTER: Celebrating the Better Brothers Los Angeles Truth Awards

THE TRUTH OF THE MATTER: Celebrating the Better Brothers Los Angeles Truth Awards

[ 0 ] March 10, 2017

by tim parks – The Truth Awards honor excellence in the Black LGBTQ community, as well as its allies, who have raised the bar with their contributions in making a positive impact. The ceremony recognizes people in the following categories: the Ally Award, Business Leadership Award, History Maker Award, Beauty and Fashion Award, Passing the […]

TWO IN THE BUSCH: "Die, Mommie, Die’s" Drew Droege and Ryan Bergmann

TWO IN THE BUSCH: “Die, Mommie, Die’s” Drew Droege and Ryan Bergmann

[ 0 ] February 8, 2017

by tim parks –  What do you have, when you combine a washed-up Hollywood maven wanting to resurrect her career, her distant husband, a well-endowed on-the-side lover and two horrible children? Well, if you add a splash of film noir, a dash of camp and a big heaping teaspoon of strong female lead, then you […]

February Theatre Briefs - Orange & Los Angeles Counties

February Theatre Briefs – Orange & Los Angeles Counties

[ 0 ] February 7, 2017

AIDA Experience Verdi’s impeccable musical genius at its most voluptuous, when Pacific Symphony delivers the concert opera, Aida. The opera recounts the doomed, love triangle of an Egyptian princess, a young, Nubian slave girl and the soldier they both love. Set amid the chaos and political upheaval of ancient Egypt, Aida unfolds its edge-of-your-seat story […]

Los Angeles County LGBT Community Events in February

Los Angeles County LGBT Community Events in February

[ 0 ] February 6, 2017

DIE KRÄNKEN: SPRAYED WITH TEARS ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives at the USC Libraries at 909 West Adams Boulevard in Los Angeles is the world’s largest repositories of LGBTQ materials. The unique collection includes: Books and periodicals, audiovisuals, art and photography, posters, textiles and objects, as well as subject files, a broad digital library […]

WINTER DINE L.A. Takes The City by Storm

WINTER DINE L.A. Takes The City by Storm

[ 0 ] January 10, 2017

by tony reverditto –  The purpose of Winter dineL.A. is to celebrate the city’s rich, culinary diversity and to give diners the chance to try new cuisine from the more than 300 restaurants participating. This year, Winter dineL.A. will be two weeks long, taking place Friday, January 13 through Friday, January 27, which means two […]

THE LAST 5 YEARS: Meeting in The Middle

THE LAST 5 YEARS: Meeting in The Middle

[ 0 ] January 6, 2017

by tony reverditto –    In a nutshell, The Last Five Years is an intimately powerful musical about two New Yorkers in their twenties who fall in and out of love over the course of five years. Jamie tells his story chronologically, while Cathy tells her story in reverse, with the two meeting at the […]

Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-Winning RENT Returns to the Stage in a Vibrant 20th Anniversary Touring Production

Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-Winning RENT Returns to the Stage in a Vibrant 20th Anniversary Touring Production

[ 0 ] January 6, 2017

by lisa lipsey –  In 1996, an original, rock musical by a little-known composer opened on Broadway… And forever changed the landscape of American theatre. Two decades later, Jonathan Larson’s RENT continues to speak loudly and defiantly to audiences across generations and all over the world. RENT came along in my sophomore year of high […]

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