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Collaborative Stage Productions bring Alphabet City to Hammonton, NJ, for a staging of Jonathan Larson’s posthumous hit rock opera. More than a decade after Mark and Roger were “living in America at the end of the millenium,” does RENT still pay off?
A local blogger makes the most of his kitchen nightmares.
Comic/nurse/queer health advocate Kelli Dunham tells PGC a little bit about herself and this Saturday’s “Queer Bodies, Queer Selves” at William Way.
Speaking to Graham Norton, Madge says she sees herself in the pop icon of the moment. To ABC News, it’s a different story-ish.
When the NYT called her “a living, breathing bonfire” they were not mincing words.
The meme that launched a thousand parodies.
Sims’ campaign rings up considerable funds leading up to this Spring’s primary election.
The limited engagement of “I love being me, don’t you?” will run at the Painted Bride from Jan. 10-14.
This weekly talent show, starting on January 10, 2012, promises to be the best night out since sliced bread.