Paul Rudnick

An Atlanta theater defended its staging of "The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told."
When the Supreme Court released its ruling on same-sex marriage, I was walking to work, unaware history was being made. I was being given editorial notes over the phone, so my head was full of planned revisions when I got to the office and turned on my computer and there it was.
I have read the stunning Susan Fales Hill's memoir of her mother and Broadway star Josephine Premice so I am looking forward
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Who knew there could be such mixed feelings toward a play titled, "The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told?" That prophesy went
And yet for all that, because it was a night of shorts and they were blessedly brief and the whole affair was over in 90
Rockaby is the highlight of the night with Olivier winner Hunter outstanding as the woman delivering a mournful monologue
The microplays -- which range from "The Gay Agenda," a comic portrait of a Focus on the Family member, to "On Facebook," which
Crayton Robey's ambitious new documentary Making the Boys, about The Boys in the Band, chronicles the life, times and resonance of a cultural phenomenon.
Crayton Robey's documentary Making 'The Boys' chronicles changes in both gay culture and its acceptance by mainstream America, reminding us that 40 years ago, gays and lesbians had fewer civil rights than black people or women.
Making 'The Boys' blends several storylines, including the history of Mart Crowley's ground-breaking 1969 play The Boys in the Band, and the rise of the gay-rights movement in its wake.
I was intrigued by Symmetry Theatre's claim that fewer good roles are written for women, I found myself wondering if people might not be aware of the variety of plays that do indeed have meaty roles for female characters.
Two plays opened recently in Manhattan in which gay love affairs are observed with keen and perceptive eyes and ears -- Geoffrey Nauffts's Next Fall and Daniel Talbott's Slipping.