Getting back to normal isn’t going to happen. And in many ways, it shouldn’t.
PFP’s story contains lessons about board oversight and artist empowerment.
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe hit offers an illuminating look at casual hookups.
Two gay men and their pooches try to build a life together in this tepid play.
A brutal homophobic assault tests the love between two women in Diana Son’s drama.
Some familiar cast-offs get a chance to show off their reality-competition chops in this new musical.
The unconventional family structures of 19th-century mining camps widen the lens for LGBTQ history.
Pride Films and Plays provides an emotionally engaging production of this set-in-Dublin musical.
A musical about the darkest days of AIDS shows its student-effort roots, but provides a stirring score.
The stakes are too low in this musical about the life span of a gay relationship.
Pride Films and Plays’ new musical gleefully skewers the modern gay-dating scene.
It envisions a queer domestic space we don’t normally see onstage.
It’s only pain and darkness there.
“No one ever wrote a fairy tale about polyamory!”
The bluegrass musical centers trans love and queer joy.