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Jul 18 2018
THE PRODUCERS Tony Winner Gary Beach Dies @ 70 Comments (0)

Gary BeachGary Beach: October 10, 1947—July 17, 2018 (Image via still)

Gary Beach, who won a Best Featured Actor Tony for his performance as outrageous Roger De Bris in The Producers (2001) and played Lumiere in Beauty and the Beast (1994), died July 17. He was 70.

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Jul 17 2018
Get Mart + BOYS IN THE BAND Makes Bank + Woman Allegedly Kills, Dismembers Over Bisexuality + Gay Aerosmith + Pelosi, Kimmel, Fox News Trash Treasonous Trump + MORE! — 12-PACK Comments (0)

Above: It ain't easy being green, but it does have its benefits.

Below: Keep reading for a Boys in the Band Q&A, the great conservative pile-on of Treasonous  Trump, the Trumpster who protests his gay Asian neighbor, and more ...

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Jul 16 2018
Gay Kid Needs College Aid + McCain, Brennan Others Pile On Treasonous Trump + Kushner: Kid-Poisoner? + When Arizona Goes Blue + Dr. Madge + Gay Bashee's Grin + MORE! — 12-PACK Comments (0)

Above: Garrett Clayton goes well with nature.

Below: Keep reading for Trump's treasons, a gay kid who needs college aid, fear of a male planet, Dr. Madonna, the gay bashee who grinned, and more ...

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Jul 06 2018
Will Brittain's Big-Star Booty + Zac's Dread-ful New 'Do + Trump Mocks #MeToo, Warren, Civilization + Immigrant Soldiers Screwed + SCOTUS Wrangling + ScarJo's Dumb Move + Porn Legends + Have A #GlobalPrideMakeover + MORE! — 12-PACK Comments (0)

Above: Not a hard thing to ask, to watch Agustin Bruno.

Below: Keep reading for Will Brittain's big-star booty, Zac Efron's dreads, Trump mocking #MeToo, SCOTUS ruminations, Nick Jonas cuteness, porn dinosaurs, and more ...

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Jun 28 2018
Conrad Ricamora On SOFT POWER, THE KING AND I & That Despot Trump Comments (0)

MaxresdefaultConrad Ricamora — front and center (Image via video still)

How to Get Away with Murder star Conrad Ricamora grants an exclusive interview to Broadway World, talking about originating a role in the new musical Soft Power, Trump's racism, and being tormented by bullies as a teen ...

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Jun 27 2018
O Decapitation! My Decapitation!: The Bittersweet Art Of Kathy Griffin Comments (0)

DSC08139_newKathy Griffin, who forget to give a fuck (Images by Matthew Rettenmund)

Kathy Griffin's triumphant return to stand-up continued the DSC08171_new night after her Radio City Music Hall debut with a drop-dead funny set at Carnegie Hall in NYC Tuesday night.

Fitting, since the petite firebrand was opportunistically smeared as being a potential killer by her — our — political enemies, who didn't care that the trickle-down effect would be the lunkheaded Republican rank-and-file treating her like an actual murderer, not to mention a traitor and terrorist.

Griffin, whose set felt like a two-and-a-half gab session with your wittiest, most politically engaged fag hag (she rejects “fruit fly,” as will the poltically correct kids who already hate “fag hag” in a few years — wait for it), seems to have recovered nicely from the public shaming to which she was subjected by Trump and his flying-monkey minions, all over an image of Griffin holding a Trump mask covered in ketchup.

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Tennis Service + PROGRESSIVE EARTHQUAKE + Cher Reviews Musical On Her Life + RIP Stephen Saban Of DETAILS + Eff Civility + Chao Scolds Protesters + Shirtless Grylls & Hough + MORE! — 12-PACK Comments (0)

Above: Proud ... of those legs! Follow here.

Below: Keep reading for a tennis stud, Countess Luann's latest embarrassment, a progressive earthquake that Trump thinks benefits him, Cher's review of a musical about her own life, gay history, and much more ...

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Jun 26 2018
Happy 83rd, Larry Kramer! Comments (0)

IMG_2085Thank you to Mike Summers for the invite! (Image by Mike Summers)

The indomitable — to put it nicely — Larry Kramer had a great deal of influence IMG_2087 on a generation of gay men. For me, a person barely touched by the AIDS crisis on a one-on-one level, I was nonetheless in his thrall as I read the bitterly funny Faggots, which certainly informed Boy Culture.

So it was a thrill to share air with him again, this time on the occasion of a reading of his 1992 play The Destiny of Me by Eric Bogosian, Ellen Barkin, Gideon Glick, Josh Hamilton, Lee Pace (on his night off from Angels in America), Mark Ruffalo and Edie Falco at the Lucille Lortel.

Scintillating play! So well-observed and such a classic story of growing up gay.

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