Arts & Entertainment

A Gunfight at the Opera

Out director Francesca Zambello previews HGO’s ‘West Side Story.’

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BOOK REVIEW: ‘A Black Lives Matter Memoir’

Growing up as the third child in a family of four, Patrisse Khan-Cullors lived with her mother and siblings in…

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BOOK REVIEW: Love, Loss, and the Fight for Trans Equality

Love, loss, and the fight for trans equality.

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A Perfect Storm

Out actor Mark Capri on bringing ‘the greatest sex scandal in film’to the Alley.  

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Houston Comedy Troupe Puts Modern Spin on ‘Grease,’ Including a Gay T-Bird

Career Offenders stages 'Grease(d)!' on Saturday at the Station Theater. 

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Gay Actor Matt Bomer Buys Out Theater in Hometown of Spring for ‘Love, Simon’

If you want to see Love, Simon for free, head up to Spring on Sunday. Gay actor Matt Bomer, a…

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Queer Things To Do In Houston This Weekend: March 22-25

Your weekly roundup of LGBTQ happenings.

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‘Rogers Park’ Director Once Thought His Sexuality Would Derail His Dreams

Houston native Kyle Henry returns for screening at Museum of Fine Arts. By Lourdes Zavaleta Growing up, gay filmmaker Kyle…

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Ryan Leach: What’s Not to Love about ‘Love, Simon’?

A lot of things about Love, Simon, are seemingly unrelatable.

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“Love, Simon” Billed As First Gay, Mainstream Coming-of-Age Film

The heart of 'Love, Simon' lies in the authenticity of its characters.

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