Pina Bausch’s Epic Battle of the Sexes

In 1978’s Kontakthof, the late German choreographer brilliantly skewered contemporary relationships. Nearly 35 years ...

When ‘Queer’ is Not Enough

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

By Alex Panisch

The Frightening, Exhilarating, Arousing World of Confusions

Making its U.S. premier at the Queer New York International Arts Festival, the play is inspired by The Confusions of …

By Alex Panisch

Tastemakers 2014: Trajal Harrell

The choreographer's blend of intellectual curiosity, risk and a broad social lens sets him apart

By Brian Schaefer

Broadway WILL Dim the Lights for Joan Rivers

After a public outcry, The Broadway League has reversed its decision and will dim the lights tonight.

By Alex Panisch

Michael C. Hall to Star in Hedwig

The Dexter star will take the wig from Andrew Rannells in October.

By Alex Panisch

Simply Sylvester

A new generation discovers the inspiring disco queen’s story in an energetic musical.

By Jerry Portwood

Battle of Beleaguered Playwrights

Two Broadway plays this fall feature playwrights put to the test

By Mark Blankenship

Sheryl Lee Ralph On What Made Sylvester a Disco Legend

With a new musical, we ponder why he still makes us want to funk

By Michael Musto

Singular Lady: Patricia Clarkson

After a lengthy hiatus, independent screen queen Patricia Clarkson returns to the stage in The Elephant Man. …

By R. Kurt Osenlund

Photos: An Evening with Nick Cearley

The breakout star of Pageant guides us through a night of wigs and performing in his skivvies

By Stacy Lambe

Nick Cearley: Exposed

With two standout roles—one in his underwear, the other in a dress—the actor explains how he manages to do it all …

By Stacy Lambe

Check Out Andrew Rannells as Hedwig

The Broadway veteran begins his limited run in Hedwig and the Angry Inch

By Out.com Editors

Emma Stone to Make Broadway Debut

The actress joins Alan Cumming in the current production of Cabaret

By Jerry Portwood

Christopher Wheeldon's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

The production will have its New York premiere at Lincoln Center in September

By Out.com Editors

Sticks and Bones Won't Hurt Richard Chamberlain

The gay actor returns to the stage this fall alongside Holly Hunter and Bill Pullman in an Off-Broadway revival of David …

By Brandon Voss

The Odd Couple: The Unlikely Partnership of Dance & TV

At the Vail International Dance Festival, opposite ends of the dance spectrum successfully meet.

By Brian Schaefer

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