The play, which the Chicago Tribune called ‘an important new gay play,’ makes its Philadelphia premiere at this year’s GayFest.
According to lesbian partners Blair Berger and Jessie Parker, they weren’t searching for a marriage license. However, a Rachel Maddow blog post and a leap of faith brought the women to a profound day of celebration.
This year’s QFest juried Best Documentary winner is well-deserving of the prize: this beautifully-filmed story of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Alice Walker’s spiritual journey is passionate and moving.
Rich Rubin, the producer of GayFest, Philadelphia’s LGBTQ theatre festival, promises a celebration of the performing arts that has something for everyone.
This tightly-knit documentary explores the collaboration and friendship between AIDS researcher Dr. Mathilde Krim and Hollywood actress Elizabeth Taylor, both who are credited with the founding of amfAR, the country’s first AIDS research foundation.
There’s a lot more to former New Jersey governor Jim McGreevey than just being a “gay American.” This insightful documentary shows that one’s past afflictions can, at times, be divine interventions.
Leave everything you know about Divine at the door: this well-crafted documentary presents the drag superstar, also known as Glenn Milstead, as an actor with a lot of heart, soul, and desire.
If there’s one thing to expect from Charlie Vaughn’s “totally rocking superstar extraordinaire” comedy, it is to expect the absolute unexpected.
About the only reaction you will have after watching this Berlin-based, hallucinogenically-driven thriller can be summed up in two words: quit trippin’!