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There she is, Mrs. Harris County Plus America 2017.
To quote a lyric by Hal David, “There is always something there to remind” Bill Bartlett of the time Burt Bacharach walked into a room where the out Houston pianist was tickling the ivories.
In Manhattan, out playwright Sarah Burgess has friends from Houston who think she’s made it big now that her play Dry Powder is at the Alley Theatre (through February 12).
Pancho Villa rides again when out Houston playwright Josh Inocéncio performs his clever, exhilarating one-man show Purple Eyes this month at the University of Houston.
Charlie, the dying 600-pound leading man of the acclaimed tragicomedy The Whale, briefly masturbates onstage to a gay porn video in a production that plays this month at Theatre Southwest (TSW) in the ’burbs.
About 10 minutes into 'Small Jokes About Monsters,' we learn that Ryan, the middle of three brothers, is gay.
The Johns will be presented 12 times from January 19 to February 4 by Mildred’s Umbrella Theatre Company, in cooperation with United Against Human Trafficking and the National Council of Jewish Women,...
Lily Tomlin will take a bow on January 29 as winner of the Life Achievement Award at the 23rd annual Screen Actors Guild honors.
Stephen Louis remembers making the “dreadful mistake” of not preparing an acceptance speech the first time he won a prestigious Tommy Tune Award.