Gay Theater

"The Jamb" aspires to be a non-sanitized look at LGBT people "in all their complexity."
The play, which opens June 11 at the Black Box Theatre at The Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre in Manhattan
Once the play’s synopsis was sent to them, the administration wretched over what they perceived as a “gay theme.” They immediately
Bright Half Life, a sixty-five minute chronicle of a deeply committed lesbian relationship, is contemporary as a play could be but the theme is classic and timeless.
For her latest play, Tanya Barfield aimed for "a transcending love story" that would not only "embrace the dichotomies in
The cast has plenty of other surprises in store as the show nears its grand finale. A singer, introduced as “Mrs. Drosselmeyer
McNally said he wrote the play, which premiered at Pennsylvania’s Bucks County Playhouse in June 2013, with both Daly and
Mothers and Sons, refreshingly imagines a world that the backyard barbecue guests of my childhood could probably never have imagined
Which aspects of LGBT life did you hope to explore with "Ugly is a Hard Pill"? What other aspects would you, as a playwright
Robin De Jesús is no stranger to a healthy obsession or two. The 29-year-old actor insists that a fervent nature is just
CORRECTION: The original version of this article identified Randy Harrison as being 37 years old. He is actually 35. From
The journey of this young gay boy from the Big Sky country of one of the USA's most under populated western states (Montana) becomes something much, much more than a series of "amusing things that happened." That's because the performer is Bill Bowers.
With a stage resume includes stints in “Silence! The Musical” and “Hairspray” as well as Broadway turns in “The Boy from
Booty Candy chronicles the travails of Sutter, a shy, disaffected, gay black youth who retreats into his private world after being shamed and ignored by his family. The play is structured in vignettes from childhood, adolescence and adulthood.
“It wasn’t me trying to explain what gays were to straight people; it was examining the issues that were informing homophobia
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“We wanted to do something with more nudity than ‘Saved by the Bell,’” Tobly told HuffPost Gay Voices just ahead of the show’s
The play is about a routine medical procedure that goes tragically wrong, an ensuing lawsuit, and how the lives of both the patient's family and the doctor charged with her care are transformed. This is a lovingly drawn portrait of how we grieve and how we heal.
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