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There are loud, politically provocative comedians, and then there’s this comedian. When it comes to pushing the envelope of political correctness in America, it doesn’t get much more vicious (or delicious) than Lisa Lampanelli.
In last year’s Broadway Bares/Equity Fights AIDS calendar, Spamalot star Michaeljon Slinger stripped down to just a red velvet ribbon tied in a bow, displaying the chiseled physique he’s earned since beginning his dance training at age five in Queensland, Australia.
A few films worth viewing to honor International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which commences on the evening of April 7.
For more than thirty years Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo has been giving serious balletomanes heartburn, bringing dance masterworks to the brink of travesty, performing “en travesti” and on pointe. This all-male troupe, having toured five hundred cities, claims Houston as a favorite destination.
Hour-long special airing May 6 chronicles family matriarch’s life story To celebrate Mother’s Day, Lifetime premieres the documentary Dear Mom, Love Cher, revealing the extraordinary life story and perseverance of Cher’s mother, Georgia Holt. The hour-long special is executive produced by Oscar-winner and gay icon Cher. Dear Mom, Love Cher provides a rare peek into [...]
Following the rise of a visible transgender community and movement comes a new transgender cinema. This transgender family drama breaks barriers.
With Derek Nicoletto, Cody Critcheloe, Lipps Inc., Chubby Checker, Matt & Kim, Gold Fields, Atlas Genius, Imagine Dragons, and The Killers.
Miss Starlight is the narrator you wish every gay mystery had, and set in Galveston to boot. ReadOut Shorts