The singer, actor, and composer will be appearing twice in less than a month here in Bucks County. Both performances will feature material from his new recording, which also happens to be the title of his shows here: “A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening.”
The Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope, Pennsylvania, hosts an array of jazz greats, including Lea DeLaria, from September 18 through 21 during their Jazz Fest 2014.
Facebook recently started forcing Drag Queens to change their personal profile names from their stage names to the legal names. Members of the drag community and some of our allies are calling this “dragphobic” and an assault on the gay community. I’m going to go out on a limb here – and tell you I think drag queens causing a stir over this is, well stupid.
I started out the 2014 FringeArts Festival by seeing dicks, abs, and acrobatics with Suspended by Brian Sanders’ JUNK. Sound good, right? I love all three of these things, but melding the three into a single cogent performance may have been an impossible undertaking.
What a great night of Philadelphia gay theatre. I just saw Two Street: A Tale of Star Crossed Mummers as part of the Philadelphia Fringe Arts Festival. The show was held at the Church of the Crucifixion at 620 S.8th Street in Bella Vista, better known as the home of Luna Theater Company.
On September 18-21 Philadelphia is hosting OutBeat: America’s First Queer Jazz Festival. ‘If it wasn’t for hustlers, gangsters and gamblers, there’d be no jazz.’
One could easily say that ‘Blond met blond’ this Labor Day weekend at the Rrazz Room in New Hope. Rex Smith appeared on Saturday, August 30, while Adam Pascal appeared on Sunday August 31. What is on the minds of these cuties, and why the battle of the blonds?
The new 2014-2015 season is now under way as far as subscribing is concerned. A few venues have already begun their seasons. Here is a rundown of some of our favorite venues.