Tag: Friday

Follow the yellow brick road at Rice Cinema

There’s Wicked and The Wiz, there’s the classic Frank L. Baum books and Tinman, but nothing can touch the 1939 Victor Fleming classic The Wizard of Oz, for pure transcendent delight. See it for free on the big screen...

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Mr. Dallas Eagle competition begins tonight

Leather for your life Cows beware as leather needs go up for Mr. Dallas Eagle. Dallas has made big strides in state and national competitions, so the new titile holder will have some big shoes — er — boots to fill. The meet and...

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Fire Island reality series seeks gays to audition

If you think reality TV has made gay Dallas look a little crazy lately, well, here’s you chance to bring a little Texas-crazy to New York. You have until Friday to apply to become a cast member of the Fire Island Summer...

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‘Camp Death’ tonight at Pocket Sandwich

Keep that Halloween feeling Pocket Sandwich Theatre keeps the frights going along with the laughs in their latest popcorn-tossing show Camp Death. No block parties to struggle through this time. Just sit back and enjoy as Pocket...

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Investigation clears gay Fort Worth teacher

Kristopher Franks set to return to work Friday after 4-day leave stemming from allegations of improper behavior Tammye Nash  |  Senior Editor nash@dallasvoice.com FORT WORTH — Gay Western Hills High School teacher Kristopher...

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From screen to stage

Q Cinema veterans tackle live theater with the guerrilla-like QLive! CURTAIN UP! | Producing partners Todd Camp and Kyle Trentham have theater backgrounds, but QLive! is a departure from the movie-focused work their...

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Son of a beach

A family vacation proves unexpectedly gay as Myrtle Beach, S.C., gets Pride RAINBOW TOUR | Nearly 200 beachcombers — including the author (dark green, just right of center) — stepped away from the surf and gathered in a field to...

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PHOTOS: Response to ‘The Response’ begins

Riki Miller, Zombie McZee and Britney Miranda. The responses to “The Response” are under way in Houston. First out of the gate was Friday night’s LGBT Texans Against Hate Rally.  Despite temperatures that had...

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Latin flair

MUY FUNNY | Dan Guerrero works for laughs while being gay and Latino in his one-man show. Before he could write ‘¡Gaytino!,’ Dan Guerrero first had to find his roots rich lopez  | Staff Writer lopez@dallasvoice.com Growing up...

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Broadway Friday

– Spider-Man lead Natalie Mendoza is permanently leaving the accident-plagued show, citing continuing dizziness from a concussion suffered during the first preview. In other incidents, one actor broke both his wrists,...

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