‘Daughters of Darkness’ screens at Texas Theatre

What’s a little blood among strangers?

Campy horror with lesbian undertones is a match made in heaven. Or in this case, hell. The 1971 film Daughters of Darkness tells the tale of a young couple crossing paths with a mysterious and somehow ageless Marlene Dietrich wannabe countess and her pouty-lipped secretary. Does the countess find an interest in the new young lady or is it just your imagination? And does anyone notice how she only comes out at night?

DEETS: The Texas Theatre, 231 W. Jefferson Blvd. 9:45 p.m. $8. TexasTheatre.com.

—  Rich Lopez

NOM in Rhode Island: ‘The battle that He began over evil and darkness’

More Catholic-steeped resistance to our civil equality from NOM’s Rhode Island wing:





(*headline quote comes in this clip, around 4:00):



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*EARLIER: NOM’s Rhode Island head admitted he/they see gay lives as ‘tragic’. But that doesn’t poll well, so… [G-A-Y]

What next, NOM — gonna ask people to tithe rather than donate? [G-A-Y]

We the papal: Rhode Island ring finger edition [G-A-Y]




Good As You

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‘Spring Awakening’ opens at Bass Hall tonight

Just two days for ‘Spring’ break
Once you get past the darkness of the original version on Monday, do a 180 with the updated musical Spring Awakening. Musician Duncan Sheik penned the music and the touring show features local actress Elizabeth Judd. She’s kind of a big deal as the female lead.  So is the show which won eight Tony awards including best musical.

DEETS: Bass Hall, 525 Commerce St., Fort Worth. Nov. 9–10. 7:30 p.m. BassHall.com.

—  Rich Lopez