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Queer World on Film

Queer World on Film

BY GARY M. KRAMER | This year’s edition of NewFest: New York’s LBGT Film Festival features more than 100 shorts, features, and documentaries that showcase international perspectives on queer life. The festival opens October 19 (7 p.m. at SVA Theatre) with the New York premiere of “Susanne Bartsch: On Top,” a documentary about the “Queen of […]

With Human Rights in Crisis, Courage Honored

With Human Rights in Crisis, Courage Honored

BY PAUL SCHINDLER | At its annual Celebration of Courage, OutRight Action International, which defends the rights and dignity of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and queer people worldwide, presented its Felipa De Sousa Award to Caleb Orozco, the man who last year successfully challenged the sodomy laws then still in place in Belize. The May […]

A Scaredy Cat Climbs Higher  

A Scaredy Cat Climbs Higher  

BY CHRISTOPHER MURRAY | There’s no good way to talk about normal. We’re all the same monkeys walking around in the same suits. Almost.” This comment arrived offhand from songwriter and performer Dane Terry, delivered in his singular Midwestern drawl, which manages to be both louche and wide-eyed at the same time. It could also serve […]

Men Behaving Madly

Men Behaving Madly

BY DAVID KENNERLEY | No one can accuse the Classic Stage Company of shirking a challenge. Last spring, the troupe mounted Bertolt Brecht’s vexing fable “The Caucasian Chalk Circle,” helmed by CSC artistic director Brian Kulick with original music by Duncan Sheik (Tony Award winner for “Spring Awakening”), to mixed reviews. The wildly uneven tone and […]

A Silver Evening for the Lammies

A Silver Evening for the Lammies

BY MICHAEL LUONGO | The themes of longevity and change certainly seemed to be on the minds of those who attended the 25th anniversary Lambda Literary Awards held on June 3 at Cooper Union’s Great Hall in the East Village. Edmund White, the famed godfather of gay literature and a presenter at the ceremony, looked around […]