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THE BEST OF THE BEST IN FILM AND TELEVISION: A GAY PERSPECTIVE

THE BEST OF THE BEST IN FILM AND TELEVISION: A GAY PERSPECTIVE

[ 0 ] January 17, 2017

. GALECA Announces 2017 Nominees: And The Dorian Goes To… The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA.org) comprised of over 170 reputable film/TV critics and entertainment journalists across the U.S., Canada and the U.K., today revealed its nominees for the best in film and television of 2016. The selections come across 24 categories, from […]

Seventy-One and Having Fun: Coronado Playhouse 71st Season Opens with 'Altar Boyz'

Seventy-One and Having Fun: Coronado Playhouse 71st Season Opens with ‘Altar Boyz’

[ 0 ] January 17, 2017

by lisa lipsey –  Last season at Coronado Playhouse, they hosted a sellout concert reading of Altar Boyz. Audiences raved, so the Playhouse is mounting the full-length, all-singing, all-dancing production with Director and Choreographer Michael Mizerany on board and Sean Laperruque will serve as music director. Altar Boyz (book by Kevin Del Aquila, music and […]

PASSENGERS

PASSENGERS

[ 0 ] January 10, 2017

A JOURNEY WITH JENNIFER LAWRENCE AND CHRIS PRATT UNDERSTANDING THE JOURNEY WITH SCREENWRITER JON SPAIHTS AND DIRECTOR MORTON TYLDUM ~ by joel martens ~ Would you take an interstellar journey if you had the chance? How about if that trip entailed leaving behind everything you’ve ever known, during a 120-year flight in a hibernation pod […]

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 […]

WARWICK ROWERS

WARWICK ROWERS

[ 0 ] January 6, 2017

SHEDDING THEIR CLOTHES & SHEDDING STEREOTYPES ~ by joel martens ~ Breaking down barriers is a challenge that we all must face at some point in our lives. For some the hurdles may be small, for others they may seem insurmountable. Being LGBT and coming to terms with that “difference,” though not as much of […]

Remembering Debbie Reynolds - Our Interview from 2010

Remembering Debbie Reynolds – Our Interview from 2010

[ 0 ] December 31, 2016

  by bill biss In the Hollywood heyday of the 1930s, ‘40s and ‘50s, MGM Studios was the crown jewel of Culver City. The publicity department created the slogan “More Stars Than There Are in the Heavens.” One of those brilliant stars who is still very much earthbound and twinkling is Debbie Reynolds. The Academy Award-nominated […]

ion theatre Announces Additional Performances of 'The Normal Heart' by Larry Kramer

ion theatre Announces Additional Performances of ‘The Normal Heart’ by Larry Kramer

[ 0 ] December 14, 2016

ion is proud to announce that it is extending the revival of The Normal Heart by Larry Kramer with a new closing night set for December 23, 2016 at ion’s BLKBOX theatre. Additional performances are Wednesday, December 21 at 7pm, Thursday, December 22 at 8pm, and Friday, December 23 at 8pm (closing). Co-directed and produced […]

NICO SANTOS

NICO SANTOS

[ 0 ] December 8, 2016

LIFE IN A BIGBOX SUPERSTORE STORIES FROM THE INSIDE ~ by joel martens ~ With all the crazy tales you hear about working retail, especially during the holiday season, we thought it might be the perfect time for a behind-the-scenes-look at what it’s really like. What better place to begin, then with NBC’s new smash-hit […]

EATING DISORDERS

EATING DISORDERS

[ 0 ] December 8, 2016

RECOVERING CONNECTIONS by amy simpson, behavioral counselor at eating recovery center As LGBTQ-identified people, we are taught from an early age to ignore and/or attempt to change the signals our body gives us. When our bodies experience attraction to somebody of the same sex, we have already internalized the message that “You don’t really like […]

SANDRA BERNHARD

SANDRA BERNHARD

[ 0 ] December 8, 2016

EVERYTHING’S DIFFERENT IN SANDYLAND ~ by joel martens ~ She is reminiscent, though perhaps with a bit more “spice” thrown in, of the powerfully funny women who blazed a trail before her: Carol Burnett, Phyllis Diller, Joan Rivers and Lucille Ball to name a few. Sandra Bernhard is part too, of the long line of […]

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