Justin Sayre's monthly meeting of the International Order of Sodomites celebrated Ethel Merman with a bevy of cabaret stars. It doesn't get any gayer than this!
In an exclusive interview with People Magazine out this Friday, Joel Grey talks the first time about his sexuality. "I don't like labels," says the Oscar & Tony winner, "but if you have to put a label on it, I'm a gay man."
The new play by Bailiwick Chicago's resident playwright Aaron Holland, "Princess Mary Demands Your Attention" is a wonderful riotous celebration of the human ability to be both your own worse enemy and the solution to all of your problems.
Ina Garten, also known as "The Barefoot Contessa," didn't set out to be a celebrity chef. With her line of bestselling cookbooks, her own Food Network TV show, and millions of adoring fans, Garten is a culinary institution.
The movie asks us this: When it comes to piety, and to self-sacrifice for a higher good, are there any saints? Or is a sinner good enough to get the job done?
Stephen Sondheim's groundbreaking 1970 musical, "Company," about romance and loneliness in the big city, wows the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.
This film has all the trappings of a cult favorite, and it's also a Spaghetti Western version of vampire dramas such as "Let the Right One In" and "Only Lovers Left Alive." It's flat-out sensational.
With the Producers Guild and SAG awards going to "Birdman," the Oscar race is suddenly competitive. But will Harvey Weinstein's campaign to honor the persecuted Alan Turing be the winning strategy for "The Imitation Game?"
One Sundance movie was literally phoned in - the transgender prostitute tale "Tangerine."
Most Broadway shows are up and running on Tuesday after Monday's blizzard that caused the Great White Way to go dark.