Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan give the vaudeville treatment to Samuel Beckett’s existential "Waiting for Godot."
The 2013 production marks the seventh year and eighth production of this Klingon holiday special by Commedia Beauregard Theatre.
Smiths singer Morrissey’s autobiography was released in the United Kingdom and in Europe in October, and now American fans will be able to read the indie legend’s book - minus the stories about his alleged same-sex relationship.
What becomes a legend most? In the case of "The Phantom of the Opera" it is a re-imagining, which is taking place in a new production that recently started a U.S. tour in Providence, RI.
Russia’s highest court ruled this week that the country’s highly controversial "homosexual propaganda" law is constitutional.
A Virginia House Republican is causing friction among colleagues by pushing the House GOP campaign to withhold support for the party’s gay candidates.
In the years since the repeal of DADT, the U.S. Armed Forces has made great strides in how it approaches HIV education & infection among its active-duty personnel.
What happens when a recently single woman heads to Jamaica and finds herself at a clothing optional resort?
For professional women, love, marriage, children & family become minefields after being diagnosed.
It’s a major film, and has been afforded a major release.
The girls are back for a fourth season with this show that gives a wink and a nod to old sitcom television. Sadly, there are no good bonus features. There is a featurette that is overshadowed by promotion for Kirstie Alley’s new show.
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