Celebrating Frank O'Hara, Cookie Mueller, Nan Goldin, Hibiscus on Halloween 1989

Celebrating Greenwich Village, Frank O'Hara, Cookie Mueller, Nan Goldin, Hibiscus & more in this new experimental play

The Last Taboo? Money Issues

In Ben Rimalower Is Bad With Money, the actor shares his secret shame

By David Clarke

A Different Kind of Musical

The new Sting production, The Last Ship, is a reflection on the singer’s past and a study of working-class woes. …

By Mark Blankenship

Lena Hall: More Than Hedwig’s Husband

The Tony Award-winning actress discusses her three stage wives — Michael C. Hall, Neil Patrick Harris, and Andrew …

By Stacy Lambe

Thomas Schumacher On a Frozen Musical

The president of Disney Theatrical Group on Frozen, The Lion King, and the company's success

By Stacy Lambe

Opera Singer Aubrey Allicock Stars In The Death of Klinghoffer

In the Metropolitan Opera staging, the gay baritone plays Mahmoud, a Palestinian terrorist. Allicock tackles the …

By Julien Sauvalle

Jeffery Self: Please Respect My Privacy

You don't even need to buy tickets to writer and performer (and chronic over-sharer) Jeffery Self's free (free!) Los …

By Out.com Editors

What Happens When Love is Witnessed On Stage?

One of the world's most vital theater directors, Ivo van Hove is interested in a unifying theme: love. Next up? Angels …

By Jerry Portwood

HERO Awards: Broadway And Ballet

The awards event features performances from Broadway and ballet, and honors The Actors Fund, Tony Award-winner Jerry …

By Matthew Breen

Shakespeare in Drag

Robert Wilson reinterprets the Bard's sonnets with his own signature style—and Rufus Wainwright's composition …

By Jerry Portwood

Get Your First Look at Michael C. Hall as Hedwig

The actor glitters for his Oct. 16 debut in Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Broadway

By Jerry Portwood

Other Voices, Many Rooms

Gertrude Stein’s Tender Buttons, adapted into a 5-hour play, is celebrating its centennial and was prescient about …

By David Clarke

Watch Doc of Terrence McNally's Gay Jesus Play

Corpus Christi: Playing with Redemption chronicles the controversy and celebration that swirled around the playwright’s …

By Alex Panisch

Discovering Tennessee Williams' Circle of Friends

Works by Carson McCullers, Yukio Mishima, Jane Bowles & William Inge are included at this year's Provincetown …

By David Clarke

Fliers, Crashers and Soarers. Oh My!

Elizabeth Streb’s pop action in Born to Fly

By Armond White

Dance, Protest & the Ghost of Michael Brown

Kyle Abraham grapples with artistic lineage and the cycle of racial injustice in America with his latest works, a …

By Brian Schaefer

When ‘Queer’ is Not Enough

The Queer New York International Arts Festival troubles convention one performance at a time.

By Alex Panisch

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