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Monthly Archives: January 2005

Little Shop of Horrors

Little Shop of Horrors

Roger Corman’s old black-and-white horror-comedy has come a long way since giving Jack Nicholson his first break. From a musical remake directed by Frank Oz to a Broadway musical, ...

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Tranny Ballet

Tranny Ballet

Les Ballet Trocadero de Monte Carlo is a group of professional male dancers. Performing all female roles in ballet and modern dance, the Trocks meld high art and camp, grace and s ...

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Anything Goes

Anything Goes

Cole Porter’s zany musical pines over the lack of shock value in a glimpse of stocking. He also claims a “sniff” of cocaine doesn’t have a fighting chance against love. Good thing ...

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Out of Town: Great White North

Out of Town: Great White North

The inaugural Powder & Pride will take place January 21–23 at the Lake Louise region located in Banff National Park in Alberta (www.skilouise.com). In addition to downhill and cro ...

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OutLoud: Teen Time

OutLoud: Teen Time

It’s a cold morning in Oregon. I snuggle under the covers with the cat. Pussy (not her real name) purrs and wouldn’t mind at all if I shirk my gift-buying duties all day. But Wife ...

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GrooveOut Shorts: Learn to Be Lonely

GrooveOut Shorts: Learn to Be Lonely

The original soundtrack recording of music from the new film The Phantom of the Opera features one of the most popular musical theater scores of all time. The CD includes a new en ...

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Free to Be Queer

Free to Be Queer

They Call Me Mr. Free, the third album from Scott Free, queer singer/songwriter and living legend, is a virtual musical buffet, with forays into arena rock, hip-hop, folk, and pun ...

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From West to Will

From West to Will

Lily Tomlin, who plays President Bartlett’s (Martin Sheen) secretary on The West Wing, moonlights in January, when she joins Will & Grace. Tomlin will play Margot, Will’s new boss ...

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DVD Shorts: Euro-erotica from the ’60s

DVD Shorts: Euro-erotica from the ’60s

This trilogy of discs—Therese and Isabelle, The Alley Cats, and Camille 2000 —showcases this '60s Euro-erotica director's least explicit work. But it is the story behind his films ...

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De-Lovely is De-Lovely

De-Lovely is De-Lovely

How fitting that the same month Anything Goes tromps the boards in town, the story of its author's life becomes available on DVD. Whether in Hollywood, in the limelight of Broadwa ...

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