John Cameron Mitchell to Star in Hedwig

Mitchell will return to play the role he helped create.

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

Hot List: Aubrey Allicock

The young opera singer steps into the ring.

By Jerry Portwood

Don't Miss: 'The Call'

Playwright Tanya Barfield discusses the portrayal of African-American lesbians in her play focused on foreign adoptions …

By Jerry Portwood

Attack of the Broadway Autonomist

Who needs a cast when you're this fabulous?

By Kevin Allison

Elisabeth Gray's 'Southern Discomfort'

The young actress captures the multiplicity of Southern personalities in her one-woman show

By Jerry Portwood

WATCH: Rescue Cats Audition for 'Breakfast at Tiffany's'

The latest 'Homotional Rescue' video follows a few special kitties as they strive for stardom

By Zack Rosen

Why Can't I Love 'Passion'?

Despite years of trying, and an excellent new revival, I still can't quite love Sondheim's musical

By Scott Hocker

Emilia Clarke: Behind the Shoot

See exclusive video of the 'Game of Thrones' and Broadway actress for the Out photo shoot

By Out.com Editors

Flaming Justice

Topher Payne’s play ‘Angry Fags’ firebombs the right—and the left

By Tray Butler

Emilia Clarke: Capote's Call Girl

This spring, our favorite dragon lady brings some fire to Broadway as the original socialite, Holly Golightly.

By Mike Berlin

Taylor Mac Talks: 'Good Person of Szechwan'

Bertolt Brecht’s play asks what it means to live a virtuous life in a corrupt society; Taylor plays it trans

By Jerry Portwood

AddThis