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Category: Arts & Entertainment
yhe April XX cover of Time magazine showed a kiss between Kristen Ellis-Henderson and her wife, Sarah Kate. An interview with Kristen about the Time photo, about their band, Antigone Rising, and about the birth of their children on the same day, one by each mother.
Talking to the STILL so unusual Cyndi Lauper. Also Lauper brings true colors to Broadway with ‘Kinky Boots.’ And a gay romp at the Tonys.
Trey McIntyre, the lanky former Houston Ballet student, dancer, and choreographer, returns to the city this month as the company revives his first full-length ballet, Peter Pan.
Two new documentaries: a schoolteacher new to Houston is shocked by her students’ anti-gay bullying and makes a film to address it. And openly LGBT elected officials share their stories, including Mayor Annise Parker, Judge Phyllis Randolph Frye, as well as Senator Tammy Baldwin, and former rep Barney Frank.
Jaston Williams, the man most closely associated with such mythical locales as Tuna, Texas, Didi’s Used Weapons Store (“If we can’t kill it, it’s immortal”), and the Tastee Kreme Diner, returns to Galveston’s Grand 1894 Opera House for his new solo show, “Blame It on Valentine, Texas.”
“Dixie’s Tupperware Party” rolls into the Hobby Center with all the class of an Alabama trailer park, which is where Dixie Longate hails from. And she’s actually a he—show writer Kris Andersson—in a big red wig and skintight dress.