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August 28, 2012
The 20 photographs that comprise Niccolo Cosme's exhibit, on view at the Philippine Center in New York from August 28 to September 7, 2012, contain messages about HIV and AIDS. Yet in a sense they place a halo of aesthetics and sensuality at the center of Cosme's Christian-based iconography.
August 8, 2012
Ulrike Müller's conceptual project, "Herstory Inventory" is a theatrical installation. It pushes together two sets of created inventory: new art inspired by the Lesbian Herstory Archive, and museum objects from the Brooklyn Museum where it is presently on view through September 9, 2012.
June 12, 2012
This Cuban take on "Caligula" "consciously uses Albert Camus’s play to subvert cultural norms and our concept of masculinity. Why can’t a homosexual be portrayed as possessing as much violence and cruelty as a stereotypical heterosexual male chauvinist character? What does it mean to be gay and masculine? And why are these two terms still thought of as mutually exclusive?
June 10, 2012
"Auto + Batterie" matches up two enticing signature works, in which French choreographer David Wampach conspicuously foregrounds the theatrical relationship between dance and music.
June 7, 2012
In discussing the festival, the curators of Queer New York International Arts Festival have stated that they want to “break through dominant ideas that limit and marginalize queer art, by creating a new concept of queer as a wider platform
September 16, 2011
"Ghost Light" is the first play that resurrects the late San Francisco mayor George Moscone as an iconic historical figure, albeit filtered through a deeply personal and artistic lens.
August 15, 2011
PETERBOROUGH, NEW HAMP. – The MacDowell Colony, the popular artist residency program, presented playwright Edward Albee with the 2011 Edward MacDowell Medal this past Sunday, Aug. 14. Film and theatre director Mike Nichols, who directed the Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, and novelist Michael Chabon (chair of the colony’s board of directors) presented the medal at […]
August 15, 2011
NEW YORK CITY — The Gay and Lesbian Affirmative Psychotherapy (GLAP) invites all mental-health professionals to attend, participate and deliver presentations in its third bi-annual Transgender Symposium. This upcoming symposium will be held on Saturday, February 25, 2012 in New York City. The topic of discussion will be “Trans Spectrum,” an exploration of the diverse make-up […]
July 30, 2011
NEW YORK CITY: On Sunday, July 31, Unnatural Acts will complete an incredible run at Classic Stage Company (CSC) where this exemplary show has been extended three times. Most Off-Broadway shows in New York City announce a limited run when they open. If it were not for the amazing audience demand and CSC’s nimble ability to re-jigger […]
January 3, 2011
THE TRICKY PART: A BOY’S STORY OF SEXUAL TRESPASS, A MAN’S JOURNEY TO FORGIVENESS. By Martin Moran, Anchor Books, New York City. 304 pp, $14 paper. You can rage against the bastard. You can name the pervert’s name, unloading years of hurt and secrecy and disgust, and dredge up the feelings of righteous anger […]
August 6, 2010
WASHINGTON, D.C.: Today the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA) announces the recipients of its Excellence in Journalism Awards. The recipient of this year’s Journalist of the Year is Randy Gener of American Theatre magazine. The recipient of this year’s Sarah Pettit Memorial Award for Excellence in LGBT Media goes to Kerry Eleveld of […]
July 2, 2010
PASADENA, CA — The North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA) today announced that Randy Gener won two awards of merit for writing excellence in the 2009 annual awards competition. “The North American Travel Journalists Association honors the best of the best in travel journalism,” says Helen Hernandez, CEO of the membership organization. In the leisure activity […]