Bayou City Concert Musicals’ “classic premiere” of Kurt Weill and Ogden Nash’s One Touch of Venus. Though written in the 1940s, somehow the progressive musical had never previously been produced on a Houston stage.
Archive for August, 2012
PWA Holiday Charities “Christmas in July” at BRB, July 8, 2012. Event photos by Dalton DeHart.
Act OUT at The Alley Theatre presents Agatha Christie’s “Black Coffee”, July 12, 2012. Event photos by Dalton DeHart.
Missouri GOP Congressman and Senate hopeful Todd Akin, who this weekend claimed that “legitimate rape” rarely led to pregnancy when discussing a woman’s right to choose, has an equally abysmal track record on issues of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) equality. The Human Rights Campaign is joining with PROMO, Missouri’s statewide LGBT advocacy organization, in condemning Akin’s remarks and his anti-LGBT history.
So, you’re a former Houstonian humorist and you’re searching for a topic for your first book. And you pick whores. Yep, that’s what Tyler Stoddard Smith did with his book Whore Stories: A Revealing History of the World’s Oldest Profession published this month by Adams Media.
South Beach 11th anniversary celebration, July 7, 2012. Event photos by Dalton DeHart.
The Indianapolis City-County Council has approved a proposal to provide health-care benefits to the domestic partners of city workers.
The Vermont woman once joined in a civil union with a Virginia woman who fled the country almost three years ago with the girl they both considered their daughter testified Friday she had been planning a weekend visit with the girl three days after she left the country and flew to Nicaragua.
GLAAD today spotlighted the Lifetime drama “Drop Dead Diva” episode that addresses the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ban on biological donations by gay men in an upcoming episode.