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10-Second Live Arts/Fringe Reviews: Bang, Zero Cost House and Red Eye to Havre de Grace

Made it to three Live Arts Festival shows this weekend, and they couldn’t have been more different. In Charlotte Ford’s Bang (Christ Church Neighborhood House, […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, Sept. 7 Gender Reel kicks off today with events through the weekend. Click here for a full listing of events. The 35th Annual SisterSpace […]

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Philadelphia Live Arts and Fringe Festival: 10 Artists to Watch

The Philadelphia Live Arts and Philly Fringe Festival officially gets underway this week, with a dizzying array of theater, dance and performance art events throughout […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, August 24 GayFest! continues through the weekend. Click here for a full listing of shows. Raw Ladi Boi Jell-O Wrestling (yes, Jell-O wrestling) benefits […]

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Preview: Live Arts and Philly Fringe

LGBT performers and themes play a starring role in many events during the Live Arts and Philly Fringe next month.

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What Does it Mean to Write a Gay Play?

Daniel Talbott and Buddy Thomas are two playwrights who are sharing works with audiences during GayFest. While Thomas’ The Crumple Zone focuses on a group […]

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Laughing at Transgender Comedy

Rae Drew and friends joke, rap and talk about gender during a special one night stand at GayFest – LOL @ Gender – this month.

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Inside The Well of Horniness

Allison Heishman, the director of Holly Hughes’ The Well of Horniness, talks about the lesbian farce opening this week during Philadelphia’s GayFest.

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LGBT History Month Icons Named

Equality Forum announced the list of LGBT icons for LGBT History Month in October, including Truman Capote, Kate Clinton, Chris Colfer, RuPaul, Don Lemon, Marlene Dietrich and many others.

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The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later

John Schultz, a cast member in the GayFest production of The Laramie Project: Ten Years later talks about the impact of the show, what it’s like to play real people in history and what Matthew Shepard’s legacy means to him.

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, August 3 The Phreak ‘N Queer Festival continues through Sunday. Click here for a full list of events. Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Art After […]

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Bradley Cooper Hikes Up His Underwear and Contorts His Face in Elephant Man

According to the Women of Edit here at Philly Mag/The Philly Post, Bradley Cooper has long been considered what many would call a “dreamboat.” Though, […]

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Your Accountant Might Secretly Be a Ballerina

This month, should you catch your mechanic, accountant or dog walker spinning, leaping or in pirouette, you’re not dreaming. They’re probably just practicing their moves […]

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Republicans Get Their Own Theater Festival

The call went out on Sunday via the Theatre Alliance of Philadelphia’s community listserv: Forearmed Productions seeks one act plays for the Republican Theater Festival, […]

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Weekend Roundup

The ultimate LGBT weekend guide to Philly and shore points.