Sean Dorsey: Giving Voice (and Dance) to a Generation Lost to AIDS

San Francisco-based choreographer Sean Dorsey, the first trans dance artist to receive an NEA grant, on giving voice ...

Reasons to See "Man and Boy” starring Frank Langella  

On their website, the Roundabout Theatre Company bills the play as a “gripping story about family, success and …

By Raef Harrison

Standing On Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays

 Theatres across the country are joining forces to raise support and money for the gay marriage movement. On …

By Raef Harrison

Swede Connection: Khemiri’s Invasion!

Andrew Ramcharan Guilarte in The Play Company's production of Jonas Hassen Khemiri's INVASION! at The Flea / …

By Jerry Portwood

Five Stage Moments to Catch this Fall

 Sometimes you just got to remind yourself that actors are flesh and blood. Pick one of these five shows this fall …

By Jjannise

Is 'Bring It On' Gonna Be Brought Down?

Photo by Kevin Amato for Out We're excited about the thrilling, campy, cheerleader-themed new musical based on …

By Jerry Portwood

Cheyenne Jackson Weds His Longtime Partner

Cheyenne Jackson and his longtime partner, Monte Lapka, were married Saturday in New York.

By Out.com Editors

Catching Up With Sandra Bernhard

Recently, Sandra Bernhard, the inspiring artist, actress, comedienne, and outspoken activist, took the time to chat with …

By Reggie Cameron

The Clap: Tony Kushner's The Intelligent Homosexual's Guide to Capitalism and Socialism with a Key to the Scriptures

I am a Tony Kushner groupie. As it was for so many people, seeing the Broadway production of Angels in America as a …

By Scott Hocker

Hot List: Tales of the City

Though it's certainly poised to make a run at Broadway, diehard fans will have to charge San Francisco's …

By Out.com Editors

Hot List 2011: Rory O'Malley

For many who didn't catch Rory O'Malley's 2006 Broadway debut in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, …

By Bill Keith

Catching Up With Angela Lansbury

The beloved actress chats with us about the highlights of her long, illustrious career, participating in the TCM Classic …

By Courtney Nichols

The Clap: Jerusalem & Sister Act

The last few weeks have been a bum rush of theater openings, each show eager to debut prior to the deadline for Tony …

By Scott Hocker

The Clap: Anything Goes & Catch Me If You Can

The old-fashioned musical has returned with a toe-tapping, high-kicking vengeance. First, that perennial favorite …

By Scott Hocker

Catching Up With John Benjamin Hickey

When The Normal Heart opened at New York's Public Theater in 1985, just three years after the term AIDS was …

By Bill Keith

The Official Justin Bond

Justin Vivian Bond—artist, songwriter, chanteuse—comes down from her East Village apartment to meet me. He …

By Mike Albo

Ladies We Love: Penny Arcade

Penny Arcade made me dance. In a theater. On the stage. It was 1993, and everyone else in the audience was doing it too. …

By Aaron Hicklin

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