Executive Director of PhillyGayCalendar
Celebrated actor, writer, and wit Robert Dubac will bring two of his shows to the Bucks County Playhouse this November, ‘The Book of Moron,’ and ‘The Male Intellect: an Oxymoron?’.
We’re extremely grateful and want everyone to understand that this was a community effort. We couldn’t have done this without the support from our friends and allies.
Anna Trebunskaya will be performing at Ballroom with a Twist, which will take over the Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope, PA, from November 4th through the 9th.
Opening a new bar In Philadelphia is tough, but if you ask my opinion I’d say Boxers PHL is here for the long run.
Mary Wilson was part of the musical phenomenon known as the Supremes. She has had a remarkable solo career spanning decades, with several recordings and appearances both here in this country and abroad. I had the opportunity to talk with her recently about her special feelings for her friends in New Jersey and Philadelphia.
Nicholas Rodriquez, a young actor who has played Jesus Christ, Tarzan, and a gay activist and lover on TV, will soon be starring as Sir Lancelot in the Two River Theater production of ‘Camelot.’ He recently spoke about his future role and the other things that matter to him.
This New Hope resident will be presiding over multiple Thursdays this fall at New Hopeâ€™s Rrazz Room. He spoke about the shows, his career and whatâ€™s next â€“ and current – on the horizon for him in and around New Hope.
With the newest fad to hit Philadelphia, many of this cityâ€™s LGBT community have taken up intramural sports. I had the privilege of sitting down with Jeffrey Sotland to discuss the newly developed Out Philadelphia Athletic League or, OPAL.
If you happen to be a reader of a certain age, you will remember Women’s Liberation, the Equal Rights Amendment, and the impact made by Gloria Steinem and Ms. Magazine. It is this struggle from those turbulent times which comes to light in ‘9 to 5: the Musical,’ now playing at the Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia until October 19.
The QFlix Film Festival recently graced Philadelphia film buffs with an offering of many different genre’s of film. One of the dramas being showcased was the 2013 Simon Savory directed Bruno & Earlene Go To Vegas.