The "Book Of Mormon" actor wrote in his new memoir "Too Much Is Not Enough" that the same priest attacked him twice.
He also opened up about his new role in "The Boys in the Band" on Broadway.
Break out the pinot noir, because Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt returns for its second season on April 15th, which means more of our favorite funny gay, Titus Andromadon.
Tim Mislock: I've known Justin for a few years now and had always been in awe of his raw musical talent from his previous
Both Rannells and his male co-star hailed from Omaha, leading the pair to share some tongue-in-cheek speculation over whether
When you see Hall on stage, he's full of piss and vinegar, but as he sits in his dressing room, barefoot and in jeans, a T-shirt and painted nails, he's reflective and gentle. He chooses his words so carefully that you can't help but hang on to every one.
A-Sides with Jon Chattman: Hedwig Co-Creator Stephen Trask Turns Up the "Midnight Radio" With Exclusive Interview and Performance
My father is a Broadway junkie. He can't get enough, and it's been that way for decades. Often times when I go with him to
Andrew Rannells discussed his forthcoming stint as an "East German transgender struggling rock star" in Broadway's "Hedwig
Harris' last appearance in the Broadway version of John Cameron Mitchell's original 1998 musical is scheduled for August
Block's considerable belt was in fine form throughout the evening, particularly on "Don't Rain on My Parade" from "Funny
In conjunction with the upcoming announcement of GLAAD's 2014 media awards nominations, the "It Gets Better Project" and
"Bass Player Wanted" opened what I'm hoping will be a door to a different kind of final season, focused on the mother, the gang and the big stuff. It was the last episode of 2013, the midseason finale, and it was lovely.
Now with "The New Normal" cancelled, Rannells is free to reprise his role as Elijah for the upcoming third season, and if
Rannells kicked things off with "I Want To Be On A TV Show," a spoof of "West Side Story's" "America." Then Hilty appeared
Manhattan is awash with TV folks in town for the upfronts, the annual ritual in which the networks present their fall schedules to advertisers in hopes of wooing big bucks. It is too early to tell which network will be the big winner, but this year there is a clear loser: gay characters.