When ‘Queer’ is Not Enough

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

Ryan Steele's Big Leap

The Broadway dancer on physical demands and downtown love stories.

By Daniel D'Addario

Deep Waters

Bobby Steggert navigates stormy father-son relations in the Southern epic musical 'Big Fish.'

By Jerry Portwood

The Macho Fops of 'The Importance of Being Ernest Hemingway'

A mashup of Oscar Wilde and the works of Hemingway plays up homoerotic subtext

By John Hutt

'Gay Camp': The Gayest Show on Earth?

A satirical play about about gay reform camps proves skewering stereotypes is the best weapon—even in Spokane

By John Hutt

Zachary Quinto Takes a Crack at The Glass Menagerie

Our favorite Vulcan on what it means to star in the Tennessee Williams classic

By Jerry Portwood

Cracks in the Homo-American Dream

Chad Beguelin's 'Harbor' reveals the unspoken schism in some gay men's relationships

By Jerry Portwood

James Franco Reviews 'Buyer & Cellar'

Likes Michael Urie, how the play deconstructs fame, entertainment industry

By Jerry Portwood

Catching Up With Tarell Alvin McCraney

'Choir Boy' captures the black gay American experience—for everyone

By Jerry Portwood

Coffee Talk: At Home With Jonathan Tolins & Robert Cary

Borrowing from Babs is second nature for this creative couple.

By Aaron Hicklin

Ben Rimalower: Patti Issues

What power does Patti LuPone have over a gay man? We find out in this one-man show.

By Jerry Portwood

Wilde Nights (in New Mexico)

A new opera, which premieres in Santa Fe, focuses on Oscar Wilde's incarceration

By Jerry Portwood

Michael Urie on Barbra and Boyfriends

The actor stars in a hilarious one-man show in which he plays multiple roles, including Streisand herself

By Jerry Portwood

When is a Quiche Not Just a Quiche?

The play '5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche' returns to NYC for a limited Pride engagement

By Matthew Breen

WATCH: 'Girls Just Want to Have Fun'

Broadway celebrates Cyndi Lauper (and 'Kinky Boots') in a hilarious homage to the pop classic

By Out.com Editors

Joshua Conkel's 'I Wanna Destroy You'

The new play explores the idea of the 'faggot minstrel show,' turning 30, and other crises of the queer millennial …

By Jerry Portwood

Five Decades Remembered 'At the Flash'

A one-man show explores a single Los Angeles bar through the decades

By Trudy Ring

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