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Musical

If One More Thing Goes Wrong…

Growing up, we were obsessed with tragedy. No, not things happening in the real world, but the types of things that only befell the great Shelley Winters, Faye Dunaway, or […]

Under The C (& G Major)

We haven’t been this excited about sea creatures since the last Lobsterfest. Every gay’s favorite underwater character—Ursula, duh—returns with The Dallas Symphony Orchestra by her side. For three special screenings of […]

Hitting The High Notes

Got five minutes? Then watch the video below to meet the cast and learn everything you need to know about the national touring production of the super-gay Falsettos, coming February […]

Valentina’s New Lease On Life

We’ve all heard the old saying that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. Kind of like us thinking one of […]

The Silence Of The Fans

Get ready for The Rocky Horror Picture Show like you’ve probably never seen it before—with a quiet audience. Yep, for CinéWilde‘s November screening at The Texas Theatre, they’re daring to do something few […]

Poetry In Motion

And now, a hot July haiku on the Mamma Mia! sequel. Silly, fun, escapist. The exact movie we need. ABBA. Meryl. Cher.     Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again Opens today […]

No More F*#king ABBA! (OK, Maybe A Little)

The best drag queen road-trip movie ever (sorry, To Wong Foo) makes for one of the best stage musicals ever, too. Go figure. We’ve seen the Broadway version of Priscilla, Queen of […]

Don’t Panic! Uptown Players Returns This June

Finally. A Super Sweet 16 we actually want to go to. From June 14 to 16, Uptown Players presents the sixteenth edition of its annual fundraiser, Broadway Our Way. Written and directed once again […]

We’ve Got The Rainbow Connection

We certainly hope you know the name Randy Rainbow. But just in case you don’t, he’s a gay you need in your life. To get to know him a bit, check out […]

One Singularly Sensational Weekend

Ah, tits and ass. The first Broadway musical we ever saw was a touring production of A Chorus Line. Before that, we’d somehow  been led to believe that all musicals were […]