Even since Lance Bass was ‘DWTS,’ I wait with anticipation for the big reveal of the cast to see what gays might cast. I’m usually disappointed. But there always is some excitement anyway, just to see what hotties, horrors and “hmmmm”s
I’m not quite sure who the target audience is for Smurfs 2. The young kids in the preview screening I attended seemed delighted as long as goofy blue dwarves were flitting across the screen; when they slowed down to have sentimental conversations with live-action adults
Last week, we reviewed Matthew Morrison’s solo CD, and frankly, we weren’t kind. But that has little to do with Morrison’s talent onstage and on the TV show Glee, as well as his bona fides as an ally of the gay community.
Our Chris Azzopardi sat down with this Rebel (prawled on a couch all cozy-looking in a track jacket and hand bling that spells out her name, Wilson) and out director Jason Moore, directing his first film. They chatted in her dry-wit way about stealing the role from Adele, why the gay community will find Fat Amy empowering and her tips for killing an a cappella audition (hint: Lady Gaga)
ATTPAC announced last week that The Book of Mormon would be part of its 2013-14 lineup, but once again, Rannels won’t be in it — instead, he’s starring in one of the hit shows of the fall, NBC’s The New Normal, and out actor gets to play gay … and boy does he.
The live broadcast of Logo’s NewNowNext Awards won’t be until Monday, but we already know the winners. Despite Logo deciding it’s no longer a “gay” network, some of the winners are on the gay side. Here’s the list:
The Dallas Theater Center’s fourth season at the Wyly Theatre continues to extend performances into the old Kalita Humphreys space where Uptown Players calls home, but this will officially be the last year A Christmas Carol is performed there. The season itself claims lots of new works or regional premieres in an eclectic season of comedy, professional wrestling, flying men and musicals with the word “fly” in the title.
OK, we’ve been here before but I’ll take it this it’s true: Idina Menzel will be appearing in Dallas.
This isn’t the first time she was scheduled. Menzel, who won a Tony Award for Wicked, was supposed to perform her show at Fair Park Music Hall last fall, but the shooting schedule for Glee forced her to postpone. She’s now set to bring it to the Park on June 13 — just in time, we don’t mind noting, for National Pride.
Friday 12.09 A wicked signature If you missed out on Kristen Chenoweth’s appearance at the Nasher, you get another up close and personal one when she signs copies of her newest CD, Some Lessons Learned. But get there early. You...
A few months ago, we wrote about Broadway and TV star Kristen Chenoweth‘s new album of country songs, Some Lessons Learned — a left-turn for the opera-trained singer of pop standards and showtunes. But Chenoweth is just an...