Sunday, April 25, 2010

GT-NYC Shorts 4/24/10

Next Magazine profiles the artists, the business and the curators of the new gay stage.

The Village Voice's Michael Musto asks "How Gay is Sondheim on Sondheim?"

Parade Magazine profiles Sean Hayes.

A profile of Michael Gooding of the Richmond Triangle Players.

A review of Opening Lines at Sacramento's Lambda Players.

Great article from an unrepentant musical theatre queen.

A couple of looks at Girlfriend, a new musical at Berkeley Rep.

Gay playwright Tarell Alvin McRaney joins Steppenwolf.

Gay theatre gets the conservatives riled up in Texas.

Pride Films and Plays to present Five Decades of Great Gay Theater, May 9 - June 13, a series of staged reading of great gay plays. The series includes from the '60s Mart Crowley's The Boys In the Band, directed by Michael Lasswell and hosted by Dean Richards of WGN TV and radio; from the '70s Lanford Wilson's Fifth of July, directed by Patrick Walsh and hosted by Misha Davenport of the Chicago Sun-Times; from the '80s William M. Hoffman's As Is, directed by Steve Scott and hosted by Alexandra Silets of WTTW Television; from the '90s Jonathan Harvey's Beautiful Thing, directed by John Nasca and hosted by Tom Chiola, retired judge and from the first decade of the 21st century, Take Me Out by Richard Greenberg, directed by David Zak.

An interesting article about a Canadian high school's upcoming production of Moises Kaufman's The Laramie Project.

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