Kelli Barrett takes on "Cabaret"-era Liza in FX's limited series "Fosse/Verdon."
Style & Beauty
Liza with a Z always brings her A game. In honor of her birthday, these are her best moments.
Actor Trevor Ashley will channel the Oscar-winning diva in New York with "Liza's Back! (Is Broken)" in early 2019.
Get ready for a night of nonstop Judy, Liza, Bernadette and Babs.
First Nighter: Parodist Gerard Alessandrini Has His Happy "Spamilton" Go at Lin-Manuel Miranda's "Hamilton"
Each of the four men performs on a lofty level, too. Aside from the wiry Rosales, who does join in larger numbers but mostly
From the "Dirty Daddy" of downtown New York's debaucherous underwear parties to the distinguished producer of such queer icons as Liza Minnelli, Alan Cumming, and John Waters.
Having two books published in America, I am already considered a professional writer. But all I've ever really wanted was
The uptown club scene was all the rage. New "hot" places constantly opened up. Shepherds was a very hot chic Egyptian-themed nightclub in the Drake Hotel. The Hippopotamus was very trendy for a while on the Upper Eastside as well. Once Studio 54 opened everything changed...
Over the last eight years, while President Obama attempted to do his job and a large percentage of our country medicated itself with the important things, like reality show star Kim Kardashian's big ass, the Hydra of Lerna--the Republican party and cable news networks--have seemingly reduced the US election process itself to a reality show with a big ass.
Culture & Arts
The amazing legacy of Andy Warhol continues to thrive, both from the astonishing mark the artist left on the art world and the every bit as remarkable and seemingly unstoppable increase in the value of anything Andy.
There is "Cabaret" and then there is everything else.
Seth Sikes has made a name for himself as a celebrated interpreter of Liza's mom, Judy Garland.
Talk about turning a mood around. Blending wit, wisdom and humor, Lorna has inherited the gift of comedy, commentary and
Natalie Cole often told me that she liked to sing "with a smile in my voice." Not long before she died, she mentioned what she wanted her epitaph to be. She captured herself with impressive economy: "Natalie Cole: the daughter of a king, the mother of a prince, a friend to all."