entertainment]Jake GyllenhaalRufus WainwrightTheatre

Jake Gyllenhaal and Rufus Wainwright sang The Everly Brothers and it’s honestly gay rights

In today’s reason that despite living in a swirling vortex of doom, maybe existence isn’t that bad, actor Jake Gyllenhaal and singer Rufus Wainwright sang The Everly Brothers and it said: “Gay rights!” Taking to New York City’s Lincoln Centre on Wednesday, the pair performed “All I Have to Do Is Dream” together. Anyway, you clicked this link for a reason, and that reason was to swoon over Gyllenhaal as the law itself dictates we must do. So here is Jake Gyllenhaal and Rufus Wainwright singing. Swoon away! View this post...
Donald Trumpentertainment]Jordan RothRichie JacksonThe Daily BeastTheatreUS

Theatre producer who married husband in front of Donald Trump says his supporters ‘don’t know what it’s like to be gay’

Producer Richie Jackson, who married his husband Jordan Roth in front of Donald Trump in 2012, has said that those who support the US president “don’t know what it takes to be gay”. In an interview with The Daily Beast, Jackson and Roth opened up about what it was like having Trump and his wife Melania at their wedding in 2012. Jackson said that Donald and Melania attended their wedding with Ivanka and Jared Kushner because Roth’s father – the billionaire Steven Roth – is a close financial advisor to...
Celebritiesentertainment]Gavin CreelmusicTheaterTheatretowleroad

Gavin Creel Does ‘Something Wonderful’ with His Pop Take on a Broadway Classic: WATCH

Broadway star Gavin Creel (Hello Dolly, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Hair, The Book of Mormon) is the latest artist featured in Rodgers & Hammerstein’s series R&H Goes Pop, and puts a pop spin on “Something Wonderful” for R&H Goes Pop is a video series hosted by Laura Osnes which puts contemporary spins on Broadway classics. The post Gavin Creel Does ‘Something Wonderful’ with His Pop Take on a Broadway Classic: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad Gay News.
AIDS crisisDesert Island Discsentertainment]Film and TVHealthLauren laverneNewsRupert EverettTheatreUK

Rupert Everett says he lived in ‘terror’ during the AIDS crisis

Rupert Everett has said the AIDS crisis was a “terrifying time” for him, and said that he feels “lucky” to have not contracted the disease. Speaking on BBC 4’s Desert Island Discs, the actor told host Lauren Laverne that when he was just 16 he moved to London to study drama, and ended up discovered the gay scene in the city. He said that during the AIDS crisis in the 1980s he felt that he was “under a lot of strain”, although he added: “I was very lucky not ever...
entertainment]Filmfun homeJake GyllenhaalMoviesTheaterTheatretowleroad

Jake Gyllenhaal Secures Rights to Produce and Star in Film Adaptation of Broadway Hit ‘Fun Home’

Jake Gyllenhaal has secured the rights to produce and star in the film adaptation of Lisa Kron and Jenine Tesori’s Tony award-winning musical Fun Home, based on the graphic novel by Alison Bechdel. Breaking:#JakeGyllenhaal production company developing film of ⁦@TheTonyAwards⁩ winning musical #FunHome by ⁦@KronLisa⁩ & ⁦@JeanineTesori⁩ based on ⁦@AlisonBechdel⁩ ‘s memoir.#SamGold to direct . Gyllenhaal to play Bruce Bechdel , Ms.Bechdel’s father .— Baz Bamigboye (@BazBam) January 2, 2020 Gyllenhaal will play the role of Bruce Bechdel, the father. Fun Home is the autobiographical journey of a family run...
entertainment]HomophobiaLawSeyi OmoobaThe Color PurpleTheatre

Actor unceremoniously axed from The Color Purple for saying being gay ‘isn’t right’ drops legal action

Seyi Omooba, who was fired from a stage production of The Color Purple due to anti-LGBT+ remarks, has dropped her legal action against a Birmingham theatre. Omooba was due to play Celie (portrayed by Whoopi Goldberg in the 1985 film) in a new stage adaptation of The Color Purple, a story about sexual abuse survivor who regains her confidence after falling for another woman. She was fired from the play in March 2019 it emerged she had written on Facebook: “I do not believe you can be born gay, and...
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