Traveling and sex are as intertwined as the positions you and your foreign date discover together. Michael Luongo, a Pulitzer-prize nominee, edits the 20 stories exploring these themes in "Sensual Travel: The Best of Gay Erotica."
Steven Soderbergh directs this stark new play about the aftermath of a high school shooting, now playing at The Public Theatre.
"Heaven is for Real" is a passable work of religious propaganda, but "Heaven Might Be For Real" could’ve been a truly thoughtful movie.
The conservative Christian uproar over the film "Noah" continued last week when conservative Christian writer Don Feder blasted the biblical era blockbuster for what he considers pro-environmental politics and for not blaming the flood on the gays.
Don’t expect the same Michael Phelps in his return to swimming after a nearly two-year retirement. Even if Phelps’ comeback is a success, it will be different this time around.
Pride Films and Plays is now accepting submissions of new works for the stage and screen for Women’s Words Fest, through May 1.
Annie Baker’s "The Flick" has won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for drama, a play set in a run-down movie theater that was hailed by the judges as a "thoughtful drama with well-crafted characters" with "lives rarely seen on the stage."
On April 18, British singer/songwriter Rebecca Pidgeon will present "Live From Home: An Evening with Rebecca Pidgeon," a benefit concert for Housing Works.
Openly gay mystery writer and historical novelist Steven Saylor takes a page from the novels of Ancient Greece with the newest adventure of his Ancient Roman investigator, Gordianus -- which is set in Ancient Egypt! Saylor elaborates.
Ralph Fiennes’ film about Victorian writer Charles Dickens and actress Nelly Ternan.