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Tom Flynn returns to Houston in ‘Wicked’

The first time we see dashing Tom Flynn in Wicked, he’s a resident of Oz singing “Good news! She’s dead!…

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Timeless ‘Rent’ is Imaginative, Energetic, Sexy

You wouldn't think a musical about struggling artists facing an imminent threat of death could possibly be uplifting.

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Witty New Comedy ‘Olive’ Maintains Gay Inclusion

When the characters in Charles Busch's impishly funny new Broadway comedy, "Olive and the Bitter Herbs" become mesmerized when gazing…

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Mini Plays Dealing with Gay Marriage Head to NYD

A collection of nine short plays by playwrights including Neil LaBute, Doug Wright, Paul Rudnick and Moises Kaufman that all…

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Play About Prop 8 Readies for Broadway Debut

By MARK KENNEDY AP Drama Writer NEW YORK – Dustin Lance Black sat in court and couldn’t believe what he…

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Keeping Sexuality a Secret in Jazzy ‘Play It Cool’

The Eisenhower era was a repressive time in America. Women could legally be harassed by police just for wearing pants,…

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Something’s Coming, Something Good

One of the greatest stereotypes of all time is that Broadway musicals are the domain of gay men. If ever…

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Broadway’s Carols for a Cure, Volume 13

Daniel Radcliffe (How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying), Martha Wash (Priscilla Queen of the Desert), Kara DioGuardi (Chicago),…

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US Gay Marriage Play ‘8’ Goes National During 2012

For anyone who missed the star-studded, one-night-only Broadway debut of the gay marriage play "8", there's hope: The play is…

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‘Broadway’s Carols for a Cure, Volume 15’

          This two-disc annual CD of original and traditional holiday music features stars and casts from…

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