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The Ukrainian ballet dancer posted a sexist, anti-LGBTQ rant, and thereafter had his Paris invite rescinded
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Creator of the HBO series Alan Ball recently spoke out about the upcoming musical, which he says is “pretty good”
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Is ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ transphobic? It’s an important question seeing as a ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ musical, based on the 1993 comedy, will soon be hitting Broadway
The Laramie Project, a 2000 play about the murder of Matthew Shepard, is getting a staged reading with big-name gay actors and queer allies
At last night’s performance of Broadway’s ‘Straight White Men,’ actress, author and trans activist Kate Bornstein was heckled
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Gay people were made for the theater, and gay theater is consumed by the entire world. There’s nothing in the world quite like live theater. It’s flashy, it’s in your face and it’s brought to you by the hard work and devotion of hundreds of LGBTQ people.
For many LGBTQ people, the theater is where they feel most at home — the sets, the costumes, the egos. No one can deny how influential gay theater fans have been when it comes to this industry, both behind the curtain and sitting in front of it.
And, of course, many of the most well-known musicals and stage productions — Cabaret, La Cage aux Folles and Hairspray come to mind — were some of the first big-ticket entertainment options to portray members of the LGBTQ community.
Theater comes in many different shapes and colors. Whether it’s on Broadway, the West End or on a small stage in your town, our coverage here is crafted with gay theater fans in mind.