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Thank You for Coming Out ►Audio

Bloom Davis, Thank You For Coming Out

Thank You for Coming Out ►Audio

Bloom Davis, Thank You For Coming Out

In this week’s episode of the Gay City News podcast “Thank You For Coming Out,” creator and host Dubbs Weinblatt welcomes Bloom Davis, a queer non-binary performer, facilitator, and creature who loves adventuring, traveling, and playing. Comment
Theater

People, Places, and Things, Big and Small

Theater

People, Places, and Things, Big and Small

The laconic pacing of Richard Nelson’s latest play “The Michaels” is the playwright’s hallmark. Directing as well, Nelson finds truth in every detail of relationship and behavior of the eponymous family as they prepare dinner one quietly eventful evening. Comment
Music ►Video

Anthony Roth Costanzo’s Countertenor in Egypt

Music ►Video

Anthony Roth Costanzo’s Countertenor in Egypt

There’s an amazing four-minute video where the countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo talks to sixth graders about how feelings are communicated through music. When he opens his mouth to sing the aria “Pena Tiranna” from Handel’s “Amadigi di Gaula,” a room full of 11-year-old jaws drop. Comment
Film

Gay Sex in 1980

Film

Gay Sex in 1980

Unseen for decades, Francis Savel’s remarkable 1980 French gay porn film “Equation to an Unknown” — rediscovered by out gay director Yann Gonzalez — offers connoisseurs of the genre a real eyeful during its week-long release at Anthology Film Archives. Comment
Theater

Love Unmasked Too Late

Theater

Love Unmasked Too Late

When a beloved, timeless classic like “Cyrano de Bergerac” is revived onstage, it begs the question: What fresh twist justifies recounting this story for the umpteenth time? Erica Schmidt and The New Group have taken on this challenge. Comment
A record-high number of LGBTQ characters are expected to appear on broadcast primetime scripted programming by the end of the 2019-2020 TV season, according to GLAAD’s annual “Where We Are on TV” report, and there are overall gains in transgender characters and women. Comment
Of all the many and varied films of Ang Lee’s, I think his second, “The Wedding Banquet” from 1993, remains his most satisfying. Comment
Thank You for Coming Out ►Audio

Suzanne Hitchman, Thank You For Coming Out

In this week’s episode of the Gay City News podcast “Thank You For Coming Out,” creator and host Dubbs Weinblatt welcomes Suzanne Hitchman, a white, queer, cis woman who is an individual/ organizational coach and creative passionate about issues of racial, gender, and LGBTQ equity and inclusion. Comment

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