Gunnar Montana Productions 2022 production, BATH HOUSE! Designed as a temple to the fluid nature of sexuality, BATH HOUSE will be a deeply sensory immersive
The OUT in Point Breeze gang took over Sardine Bar for an amazing happy hour! It might have been hot out, but that didn’t stop them from drinking, eating, and making friends.
Gunnar Montana is back again with another great photoshoot. This time with his help from his friends Teddy Fatscher and William Robinson, they build a neon shower for a truly unique look.
Another hot weekend, but the Philly LGBT community found ways to cool off!
Our Fall season is right around the corner, with registration kicking off on Monday, 7/25, at 7pm and ending on Sunday, 8/7, at 11:59pm. This season, we’re bringing back kickball, dodgeball (REMIX), billiards, Stonewall in Motion, and yoga!
Let’s look at some posts in the gay community last week Metro Men’s Fashion, everyone’s favorite gay owned and operated clothing store on Passynk just
Race, class, rape, incest, gender identity, murder, and child abuse collide in this new retelling of Harper Lee’s American classic To Kill a Mockingbird.
An iceberg floats onstage. Within it we see magic scenes of family strife flashing before us. Why isn’t Crystal like other kids? Why is she so different? You get the picture.
A Chorus Line was first produced in 1975. It ran for years on Broadway. There was a motion picture. Now, you have the chance to see this classic musical in a fine production at the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, but you only have until July 10 to see it. Don’t miss it.
NYC Comedian Sam Morrison sits down with Alejandro Morales and Don’t Tell Your Brother co-host Jake Symbol to talk about July 2nd’s preview performance of Sam’s solo show “Sugar Daddy” at Strangelove’s in Philly July 2nd.
Bucks County Playhouse is now presenting Harvey Fierstein’s and Cyndi Lauper’s Broadway smash hit Kinky Boots until July 30.
In celebration of Pride Month, Penn University Life took a trip to the Philadelphia Gayborhood with Malik Muhammad, Associate Director of the University of Penn LGBT Center, to learn about the history of the neighborhood, explore Malik’s favorite spots, and visit a few LGBTQ+ owned small businesses.