Venus in Fur is the GAYEST show about two straight people, you are ever going to come across! It is must see theater in my opinion, and everything about the show is stellar.
I wish I could think of a clever subject line for this review, but at present, one escapes me. What doesn’t escape me, is enthusiasm for PPT’s production of TRU, running now until May 22nd. I already wrote a post about my interview with Eddie Korbich, and the short of it– the play really delivers. But I’ll try and flush that out a bit more here. But first a few more general comments. Pittsburgh Public[Read More…]
The playwright makes no excuses nor holds back on any punches, and the result is a play that provokes the audience into this messy mix of history, passion, belief, expectation, betrayal, and regret.
Diary of Anne Frank is a must see production for everyone. As a society, we need to be having discussions about the myriad topics this play raises.
The unique show is a play about Alex, an out of work actor, who takes a job for Barbra Streisand. The show is a riot of laughs and Tom Lenk, a masterful performer.
Some ideas out there as to what I learned from watching Selma as it relates to today’s LGBTQ Rights movement. I identify three points that may be applicable to todays LGBTQ efforts.
This is the first of a two part series. Here is part two. Last evening my husband, Brad and I challenged the frigid temperatures to go out and see the new film Selma which recently opened in theaters across the US. We often head up to a theater up route 28 that is part of a shopping Mall, and as usual the mall was full of teenage kids from the various semi-rural neighborhoods the mall serves.[Read More…]
Review the Drag Stars at Sea cruise with AL and CHUCK travel, with each post focusing on different aspects of the trip. In this post, I want to start talking about sailing on Carnival Cruises.
Review of the book, “Lesbian for a Year” by Brooke Hemphill which documents Hemphill’s history seeking intimacy through sex, and includes a year where she dates women exclusively.
There is a great need for cultural critique and someone needs to really skewer modern gay male culture. But, “The Gays” neither glorifies Fag overindulgence and self absorption nor adequately indicts it in a way which becomes humorous.