Welcome back to Ask a Homo, a judgment-free zone where the gays of Outward answer questions about LGBTQ politics, culture, etiquette, language, and other queer conundrums. Aside from discovering a nascent love of both men and New York City in the movie version of Rent, my personal affiliation with musical theater is pretty weak. But there are plenty of gay men whotruly adore Broadway. This week, we explore the history and motivations of that great gay archetype, the musical theater queen.
The Drama League Awards honor distinguished productions, performances, and exemplary career achievements in musical theatre and directing. First awarded in 1922 and formalized in 1935, The Drama League Awards are the oldest theatrical honors in America. They are the only major theatergoer awards chosen by audience members — specifically, by the thousands of Drama League members nationwide who attend Broadway and Off-Broadway productions. 2014 Nominees were selected from over 170 productions.
It's "The Golden Girls" meets "Murder, She Wrote" with big, gay, hairy men! (aka " ;Bears") The award-winning web series is BACK and better than ever having launched an incredibly successful Kickstarter campaign!
Cinema Queer International Film Festival is the largest queer film festival in Sweden. It was founded by Oscar Eriksson and Melissa Lindgren who has worked in culture for a number of years in different projects.
BROADWAY SINGS FOR PRIDE will celebrate NYC Gay Pride by holding with their fourth annual Gay Pride benefit concert with over 15 Broadway shows represented and countless artists! The special one-night benefit entitled "ANTHEM" will feature songs that embody gay perseverance marked by an array of musical performers from the world of Broadway, pop and beyond!
Over what was a long holiday weekend here, the South Korean LGBT community, often stigmatized, found itself at the center of attention of the country's mainstream media, creating buzz across the evening news and nationwide cinemas.
With music and lyrics by Jonathan Larson and based on Puccini's opera La bohème, Rent tells the story of a group of broke young artists and musicians including gay and lesbian characters struggling to survive and create in ...
Her self-consciousness is perhaps emblematic of the non-existence of lesbians, especially butchy lesbians, in the film industry. All of Season 1 is characterized by a self-consciousness, except for one outrageous moment ...