If your life is feeling like an episode of Hoarders, this fall may be the perfect time to try some of these strategies.
The premiere work will feature a seven-women cast that will navigate a forest of aerial equipment, chase each other across the stage, and explore how groups adapt, transform, and absorb shock.
Fly in, check in and vacation like a couple on this Very Special Island! ‘A little piece of northern Europe in the southern Caribbean’.
The absolutely absurd play The New Century, written by Paul Rudnick, is, for the most part, unquestionably self-aware of just how campy and ridiculous it is. However, right along with the camp is a heartfelt pulse of what it means to be human, what it means to be gay, and how these elements collide.
Someone Brought Me is the type of work that reminds us why we go to the theater: to be moved, to be transported, to be reminded that, no matter how unrealistic the world on the stage may be, there is a part of us that relates to the story.
The talk-back panel discussion with members of the cast of COLD and of the LGBTQ community in Philadelphia will discuss the changing realities of gay acceptance in public places, the play itself, and what it means that Philadelphia has lost it’s only lesbian bar.
Denise Cohen’s birthday is August 14, which, this year, is highly ironic. Cohen was the manager of the now shuttered Sisters, Philadelphia’s only lesbian bar, which closed earlier this week on August 12.
Both Frank Schierloh and Katherine Perry, who play the characters of Michael and Tam, respectively, are the true winners of Sarah Gafgen’s production.
‘I’m still here,’ proclaims Linda, the weary and worn protagonist of Sarah Pappalardo’s drama Cold. Linda may be here, but The Birdhole, the bar that her and her former lover, Helen, own in a gentrified section of Chicago, is far from ‘here.’
In my humble opinion, San Juan, Puerto Rico is the perfect ‘Gay-Sun-Destination’. I really do love Puerto Rico and San Juan in particular on several different levels, some very personal.