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Aug 08 2017
Barbara Cook, Silky-Voiced Broadway Legend, Dies @ 89 Comments (0)

Barbara-Cook-no-text_1960x1100_acf_croppedThe great Barbara Cook, a legendary vocalist who made a tremendous impact on Broadway and the world of cabaret, has reportedly died at 89, just two months after announcing she had officially retired from the stage.

Last year, Cook released her memoirs, Then and Now: A Memoir, later canceling an anticipated Broadway run.

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Aug 02 2017
6-PACK — Rentboy CEO Sentenced + Tom Of Finland's Men + NEWSIES Anniversary + Trans Patriotism + Built For Your Junk + Take Some Gay BABY STEPS! Comments (0)

Jeffreyhurant“The very thing that is illegal — there is no question it did a lot of good,” Judge Margo K. Brodie announced from the bench in Brooklyn. Nonetheless, she sentenced former Rentboy owner Jeffrey Hurant to six months in prison and a $7,500 fine for operating the site, which was deemed an “online brothel” by investigators. Ugh. Why is prostitution illegal? Why'd they only nab the gay guy?

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Aug 01 2017
Hummer Camp: A Review Of CAMP WANATACHI Comments (0)

8205ad3d6e7b1a3ec746320f6cd33853_f4804Last night, I caught Camp Wanatachi: In Concert, an official selection of the 2017 New York Music Festical (NYMF) — and I'm so blessed that I did!

Keep reading for my take on this weird and wonderful story of girls discovering who they are at Christian camp ...

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Jul 31 2017
Sam Shepard, Greatest Living American Playwright Of His Generation, Dies @ 73 Comments (0)

SamShepardRightStuffVia Variety: Sam Shepard, widely considered the greatest living American playwright of his generation, has died at 73. 

Unbenownst to many, he writer, director and actor was battling ALS, althought he continued working until recently.

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Jeanne Moreau, French Film Icon, Dies @ 89 Comments (0)

Jeanne_moreauVia The Guardian: Jeanne Moreau, the actress who became an icon of French cinema and in particular the French New Wave, has died at her home in Paris.

She was 89.

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Jul 29 2017
Allan Carr: Life, Death, Career & Twinks Comments (0)

Thefabulousallancarr-poster-1“He had a career that had these wild swings from huge successes to miserable failures. He was somebody who really went for it. Sometimes it worked and sometimes it didn’t. When it worked, it was magic and when it didn’t … it’s still fascinating to look at and to talk about,” director Jeffrey Schwarz tells Gay Essential about his film The Fabulous Allan Carr. Keep reading for more on this eagerly anticipated doc ...

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Jul 27 2017
Waiting For You: A Review Of THE WAITING GAME Comments (0)

IMG_6583I had the pleasure of seeing Charles Gershman's The Waiting Game, directed by Nathan Wright, at 59E59 last night, as part of the East to Edinburgh preview of plays heading to the Edinburgh Fringe.

Short — just an hour — it is the mercurial story of two men battling for the moral high ground after the lover they shared, Sam (Ibsen Santos), has long been on life support following a drug overdose. Keep reading for a full review of the sexy gay play ...

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Jul 25 2017
Jonathan Groff's Heart-Wrenching BEING ALIVE Performance Comments (0)

Jonathan-Groff-Being-Alive(Video still via YouTube @ Aimee Curameng)

Jonathan Groff delivered an emotionally draining, beautiful take on Stephen Sondheim's gutsy “Being Alive” from Company at the Hollywood Bowl's Sondheim on Sondheim show Sunday.

Here is Dean Jones (1931-2015) at a 1993 Company reunion concert:

Here is Raúl Esparza from the 2006 Broadway revival of the show: 

And keep reading to watch and listen to Groff's performance after the jump ...

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