Saturday, July 6, 2013

Roundup - Cyndi, Rosie, Hustling and more

Barry Manilow to play NJPAC in August.

But first, Cyndi Lauper will be there on the She's So Unusual Tour.

The Bolshoi's star ballerina, Svetlana Zakharova, has refused to take part in a production of Alexander Pushkin's novel "Eugene Onegin" in a dispute over her leading role.

[title of show] celebrates the 5th anniversary of the Broadway opening.

Matthew Silva wants to save the New York State Pavilion in Flushing, Queens. It looks like it would make an amazing performance venue.

Time Out New York offers great discounts on Cirque du Soleil's Quidam, The Amoralists' latest Rantoul and Die, Marilyn Maye at the Iridium, and Distorted Diznee/Distorted Broadway.

Wallace Shawn and André Gregory discuss their 40-year collaboration.

summer salon with performance artist Karen Finley.

Rosie O'Donnell talks with Alec Baldwin on Here's The Thing.

Conde Nast Traveler offers some TKTS advice.

The Fishko Files has an interesting look at performing in unison.

Ten theatres that burned to the ground.

David Drake to direct Homo: The Musical! at NYMF.

Actress Tilda Swinton displays gay pride flag in Moscow in defiance of anti-gay ordinances.

An opera recently premiered about the life of gay boxer, Emile Griffith.

Gay Bride of Frankenstein gets a messy divorce.

Cherry Grove Community House and Theater added to National Register of Historic Places.

Best Gay Theatre in Chicago for July.

Gay theatrical power list - UK version.

John Barrowman weds partner.

What's gay on the Great White Way.

Emotional cheating and lesbian couples.  Fertile ground for playwrights?

Sebastian La Cause funds third season of his web series Hustling.  But there's still time to donate.

Joey Arias and Raven O
Joey Arias and Raven O bring Wanted Live to The Art House in P'town this summer.

Pro Bar offers gay entertainment alternatives in Atlantic City.

New musical about trans mayor Stu Rasmussen.

Harvey Milk 2013 premieres in San Francisco.  Theatre and opera writer Sarah Roberts shares her observations.

Shakespeare's filthiest jokes.

Provincetown's Peregrine Theatre Ensemble to present Provincetown Musicals Through the Decades on July 13th.

"I’ve seen miles of man-pole in my years as a critic."  David Cote reviews The Banana Monologues for TONY.  It may not be a gay play, but it's still a play about peen.

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