Tag: man show

Youth in revolt

College kid-slash-performance artist John Michael Colgin hopes to make a splash — one awkward moment at a time RICH LOPEZ  | Staff Writer lopez@dallasvoice.com For John Michael Colgin, homophobia is an easy term. Too easy. When...

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Sorry? No, ‘Grateful’

John Bucchino calls Stephen Schwartz his best friend and Stephen Sondheim his mentor. So how come he’s not a huge fan of musical theater? ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | Life+Style Editor jones@dallasvoice.com...

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Weekly Best Bets: 07.08.11

Friday 07.08 What the Del? Del Shores returns to Dallas with More Sordid Confessions, his one-man show that’s part comedy, part biography and we’re figuring, a whole lotta funny. His partner Jason Dottley performs later that...

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Who’s Tommy?

TAP, DOG | Tommy Tune’s new act traces his legendary Broadway career — and it all began in Dallas. Maybe you think you know gay  stage icon Tommy Tune, but even he’s still learning things about himself...

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Latter gay saint

Steven Fales’ one-man show ‘Confessions of a Mormon Boy’ skewers his religious upbringing, but his real mission is to show gay youth that it really does get better THANK YOU JESUS Fales says there’s something sexy about Mormon...

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