The bluegrass musical centers trans love and queer joy.
The diarist, mountaineer, and female gentleman was ahead of her time, and maybe ours.
It’s one of the most polished Pride Films and Plays productions yet.
Christmas trains, elves, bingo, showgirls, and many, many carols, plus the Quranic perspective and Hanukkah goblins.
Terrence McNally’s play is essentially a workplace hangout comedy.
A five-year relationship full of endless debate
Tommy Murphy’s adaptation of Australian author Timothy Conigrave’s coming-of-age memoir fails to question the sociopolitical forces that led to the AIDS crisis.
Even with a hunky handyman, there’s no escape.
Instead, it settles for some bad fake interpretive-dance sex.
Its depiction of a woman on the verge of a nervous breakdown isn’t as sympathetic as it should be.
And—spoiler alert—Piggy lives!
A clever mashup of fact and fiction and a “radio show” version of the holiday classic are among this week’s best bets.
A cartoon-inspired staging of the Bard and a creole update of Medea are among this week’s best bets.
A delightful kids’ show and a Neo-Futurist’s look at dementia are among this week’s best bets.
Three Thornton Wilder one-acts and Annoyance’s long-running slasher parody are among this week’s best bets.