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In the Closet With Rob Paluso

Rob Paluso may be best known as Anita Manhattan, the retro-inspired drag persona from GayBINGO!, but the 31-year-old is actually a professional actor and costume […]

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Do It: A Very Quince Cabaret

  Shannon Agnew is one of 15 performers singing “holiday” tunes (courtesy of Quince) Quince Productions is getting ready for its second annual “A Very […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, Nov. 2 Gloria Steinem visits Haverford College (7:30 p.m.) to discuss “The Progression of Feminism: Where Are We Going?” Bonerama, a brass funk rock […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, Oct. 26 William Way hosts the Queer Fear Costume Closet (6:30 p.m.) with great garb from Philly AIDS Thrift. ArtNUDE Philadelphia is presented by […]

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Mike and Marga Make Queer Comedy

Mike Albo and Marga Gomez are getting ready for a new show at the Painted Bride in Philly – Mike and Margo Make Queer Comedy – Nov. 17.

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Theatre Philadelphia Awards $39,000 to Local Artists

On Monday night at the Kimmel Center, Theatre Philadelphia — the new organization that is picking up where the now defunct Theatre Alliance of Greater […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, Oct. 19 The Philadelphia Film Festival runs through the weekend with a selection of LGBT-friendly screenings. Click here for details. “Crossroads” is a celebration […]

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Philadelphia Inquirer Theater Critic Howard Shapiro Takes Buyout

On October 2nd, we told you that the Inquirer was making some very odd reassignments, most notably taking its full-time arts writer and theater critic […]

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Philadelphia’s Role in the Future of Opera

“One should be crazy to choose this career,” says 28-year-old booming bass-baritone Musa Ngqungwana. He left his native South Africa in 2010 to study at […]

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The Dude Abides: Lebowski Fest Tonight at the TLA

Not a week goes by that I don’t think about The Big Lebowski and laugh. Not a fan the first time I saw it, the […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, Sept. 28 The AIDS Library of Philadelphia celebrates its 25th anniversary (4 p.m.) in honor of the library’s co-founders John Cunningham and Heshie Zinman […]

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The End of the Barrymore Awards?

Today, the otherwise defunct Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia announced the winners of what will probably be the last-ever Barrymore Awards, which are (were?) basically […]

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Wilma Supports Broadway Cares

Philadelphia’s Wilma Theater has partnered with Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS during part two of Angels in America running now through Oct. 21.

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The Republican Theater Festival Isn’t Just Torture

Back in July, the Philly Post broke the news that the city would host the country’s (the world’s, actually) first ever Republican Theater Festival, presented […]

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Relive the Movie Schmaltz With Love Story at Walnut Street Theatre

“Love means never having to say you’re sorry.” It is one of the most memorable lines from the 1970 cinematic schmaltzfest, Love Story. It is #13 […]