John Cameron Mitchell to Star in Hedwig

Mitchell will return to play the role he helped create.

Micah McCain: Too Funny for Broadway?

Theater actor finds a genius way to get Broadway credits on his resume, by creating a one-man show called "Broadway …

By Matthew Breen

American Psycho: The Gay Musical?

With the successful production having just ended in London, will Patrick Bateman get a shot at Broadway? And if so, we …

By Kevin Clarke

Sarah Michelson and the Infiltration of Dance

The choreographer's latest Whitney performance continues to pose the question: Is she 'rewriting the book on dance'? …

By Brian Schaefer

PHOTOS: A Burlesque for Every Month of the Year

The 24th season of Broadway Bares kicked off with Winter Burlesque, raising big bucks for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights …

By Out.com Editors

Dead on Arrival

Theater's current obsession with the great hereafter

By Max Berlinger

EXCLUSIVE: k.d. lang Discusses Broadway Debut in After Midnight

The musical centers around Duke Ellington's years at The Cotton Club

By Out.com Editors

Just Shut Up and Look Beautiful!

At Rancho Mirage in Palm Springs, Carol Channing and Justin Vivian Bond strike a pose.

By Maria Bustillos

Popnog 10: Jeffrey Johnson on Little Edie Beale

Little Edie Beale LIVE at Reno Sweeney returns to New York City for one night only

By Jerry Portwood

10 Best Stage Shows of 2013

Despite so many male-dominated productions in New York City, it was actually the Year of the Woman

By Jerry Portwood

'I Hope for Androgyny In the World'

With his latest work, choreographer Tere O'Connor resists intepretation but remains hopeful that dance can be a friend …

By Jerry Portwood

Beyond Repair

Keegan Allen & James Ransone talk Facebook fears and more with Small Engine Repairs

By Jerry Portwood

Penny Arcade on Aging Whores, Warhol & Boobs

The legendary actress stars with Mink Stole in Tennessee Williams' The Mutilated

By Jerry Portwood

First Look: Little Miss Sunshine Musical

And it includes gay actors and characters of note

By Jerry Portwood

Tori Amos’s Musical Premieres

After five years of writing and planning, and one postponement, 'The Light Princess' has opened to good reviews at the …

By Matthew Breen

The Bourne Choreography: Sex, Dance and Vampire Fairies

'Sleeping Beauty' with gay sensibility comes just in time to taunt Tchaikovsky deniers

By Brian Schaefer

Mark Rylance Swaps Genders in Twelfth Night

He'll also show his masculine side in 'Richard III'

By Benjamin Solomon

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