Out of the closets and onto the stage
Dan’s advice on cyber cheating, what to do when you’ve shtupped the new hire, and middle age as a gay man.
The Peacock, playwright Calamity West’s latest, receives an unsatisfying staging by Jackalope Theatre Company.
The Iceman Cometh
A short essay on some common themes in Angels in America and “This Will Have Been”
Fresh performing arts reviews
Court Theatre stages a solid Illusion.
Moises Kaufman, the celebrated director of The Laramie Project and I Am My Own Wife, talks about the injustice of labels, theater that’s stuck in the past, and his new project—a Tennessee Williams script too daring for its time.