Theater

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike and Endless Laughter!

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By Jeffery Silvey When the lights come up on the Horizon Theatre’s production of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, we first see an empty morning room that overlooks a lake. The room is adorned and accessorized with various items and tchotchkes, including books, pictures, and the Game of Life board game. The entirety of the play takes place ... Read More »

The Reframing of Adam Lambert

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The singer opens up about his ‘outlandish’ past, the lack of LGBT pop stars and his dating prob-lems. By Chris Azzopardi Stripped of that glossy sheen, those painted nails and the purple mane that he famously flaunted on his 2009 post-American Idol debut, For Your Entertainment, Adam Lambert’s latest album cover isn’t even in color. His hair still reaches the ... Read More »

The Word of Reba

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Country icon on attending her first gay wedding, the ‘practicality’ of LGBT rights and being a proud redhead. By Chris Azzopardi Even by phone, Reba McEntire makes you feel right at home. “Thanks for the visit; I’ve enjoyed visitin’ with you!” the singer drawls, wrapping up our conversation as if I’d just stopped by for buttered grits and a cup ... Read More »

Atlanta Ballet’s MAYhem: Jacob Bush, and His Life Ballet

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Now in his sixth season with Atlanta Ballet, dancer Jacob Bush is getting ready to take the stage for the final performances of the season. The show is entitled MAYhem and offers up an explosive performance that each year shows the future direction of the Atlanta Ballet. Jacob has lived all over the world dancing and studying for his career ... Read More »

Get Ready for ‘Grace and Frankie,’ Your Next Netflix Binge

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By Elijah Sarkesian Be honest: who among us hasn’t engaged in a weekend of binge-watching a show on Netflix? Over the last few years, it’s become essential for anyone who keeps up with pop culture, especially with the original series that Netflix has created. Think about it – you or someone you know has spent a weekend running through all ... Read More »

After the Sashay – Jaidynn Diore Fierce: Definitely…

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In a truly twisted decision, RuPaul brought all the previously eliminated queens back for this week’s maxi-challenge. Jaidynn came under the scrutiny of the judges panel, and in the third week in a row, ended up in the bottom two. I caught up with Jaidynn and learned how she felt about her time on RPDR. David Atlanta: I’ve wanted to ... Read More »

Cucumber and Banana

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By: Bryan Tillman With those exquisite accents that we all love, and their sexually encumbered ways—our fun British friends will be making a grand premiere this month on the Logo channel. From the creator of Queer As Folk, come two interconnected shows that offer a realistic insight of today’s gay world. Cucumber and Banana, two terms deriving from metaphors used ... Read More »

After the Sashay: Kasha Davis – The Kitshy Queen

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This week’s episode tested the girl’s ability to showcase both their red carpet looks, and their comedic chops as they presented the first DESPY Awards (to each other). While the presenter’s banter sometimes felt a little wooden, the acceptance speeches allowed a number of them to shine. Hell, this challenge even brought fan-favorite Pearl “out of her shell” – pardon ... Read More »

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