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Keanu Reeves starred in a homoerotic play in 1984 and this is information we think everyone needs to know

Keanu Reeves, who can turn water to wine by merely looking at it, was in a homoerotic thriller back in 1984 and everyone must watch it immediately. The actor, who shows that by not being homophobic you will never age, starred in Wolfboy as a then unknown actor. When queer director Brace LaBruce shared old publicity photos of the play on Instagram, it spurred hundreds to comment how they will be forever grateful to LaBruce for introducing the play into their lives. “In 1984, a theatrical production of playwright Brad...
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‘Jagged Little Pill’ Is a Raw and Explosive Portrait of Suburbia on the Brink: REVIEW

Some music is so emotionally raw, it’s almost embarrassing. The vulnerability of its rage and sorrow feels too messy and explicit, detailing dark recesses of feeling many of us would just as soon keep hidden. When Alanis Morissette’s Jagged Little Pill came out in 1995, it sounded like the id of a generation of disaffected young women unleashed in one guttural howl. To some it was delicious catharsis; others were reflexively turned off by its earnestness. I devoured it on repeat like the drama queen I was — and then...
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Broadway Star Adam Roberts Struggles to Make Love Stick in ‘Glue’ — WATCH

Broadway star Adam Roberts (Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark, Pippin, Dirty Dancing) has released the music video for his debut single “Glue”, co-starring Garrick Macatangay, who is currently touring with him in Miss Saigon. Said Roberts: “‘Glue’ is about getting out of your own way, taking a risk and giving love a chance to bloom and flourish despite doubts or fears of the unknown. Something I believe we can all relate to in some capacity.” The post Broadway Star Adam Roberts Struggles to Make Love Stick in ‘Glue’ — WATCH...
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There aren’t enough stars in the universe to put on this review of Burgerz by Travis Alabanza at London’s Southbank

At the end of their show, Burgerz, Travis Alabanza asks an audience member to throw a burger at them. The person, who volunteered to go on stage to hold Travis’s hands but was not expecting this, balls their own hands into fists and clutches them to their chest. Shaking their head, “no”, they return to their seat, sobbing. As they clamber down from the stage, Travis briefly places a hand on their shoulder in a silent gesture of empathy. Holding the burger, Travis turns their back on the audience and...
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School Chaperones ‘Humiliate’ Students by Marching Them Out of Gay ‘Nutcracker’ Performance on Chicago Field Trip: WATCH

A group of eighth grade students from Ohio’s Notre Dame Academy on a field trip to Chicago were “humiliated” after being marched out of a Chicago performance of The Nutcracker when their chaperones discovered the lead parents were depicted as a gay couple. The House Theatre of Chicago’s production of The Nutcracker. The school came under fire after a parent who identifies as bisexual, Carly McGoldrick, tweeted about the incident: “The 8th graders at my catholic grade school take an annual trip to chicago around thanksgiving and usually get to...
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Stephen Sondheim’s ‘Follies’ is Finally Coming to the Big Screen

Stephen Sondheim’s Tony-award winning 1971 Broadway musical Follies is finally coming to the big screen, in an adaptation by Dominic Cooke, who directed a revival of the show for London’s National Theatre in 2017. Heyday Films and BBC Films have secured the rights. The National Theatre’s production of Follies. Said Sondheim in a statement: “Over the years, there have been many attempts to bring Follies to the screen, but not until Dominic Cooke’s brilliant production at the National Theatre of Great Britain did it seem like it could be a...
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‘The Prom’ We’ve Been Waiting On Forever

Prom belongs to everyone including us. Whether you attended your own prom or ditched it all together, we can all somewhat recall the drama and pressures that surrounded the traditional high school event. To some, the end marker of our adolescents was a celebratory occasion of “Who are you going with?”, “Did you see their promposals?”, “I need to find the best outfit and coordinate it with who I’m going with?”, “What can we plan to make this night perfect?”, etcetera, etcetera. Unfortunately, this joyous frenzy is not as exciting...
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