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

Cinderella 2.0

Christopher Wheeldon brings his Cinderella to New York—before he takes the Broadway stage

By Jerry Portwood

EXCLUSIVE: Watch Ryan Steele #SharetheMattress

For the KEIGWIN + COMPANY 10th anniversary, the young dancer and actor invited us to bed

By Jerry Portwood

Wherefore Aren't Thou, Romeo?

Why this season's dueling productions of the star-crossed lovers make us swoon

By Editors

Is America Ready for Anna Nicole?

Richard Thomas on why gay men love the Anna Nicole story, how opera diminishes the violence of language, and why it may …

By Jerry Portwood

Choreographer Larry Keigwin Invites You to #SharetheMattress

Photo by Whitney Brown

By Jerry Portwood

7 More Stage Shows We’re Excited For this Fall

From Sir Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart to Alison Bechdel's memoir adaptation, this season is decidedly queer

By Jerry Portwood

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