Tag: Mark Lowry

COVER STORY: On the fringe

WaterTower’s Out of the Loop Fringe Festival gets very gay Fringe theater festivals always push boundaries — that’s kind of the point — which often entails racy, “alternative” material … and that frequently touches on queer...

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Theater Critics Forum bestows honors

The DFW Theater Critics Forum met last week over friend chicken and sweet tea to bestow its annual awards for local theater excellence, as as usual, the gay community was well-represented. Of the eight best director winners,...

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Coffee talk

Fort Worth actor David Coffee gets in touch with his feminine side as Edna Turnblad in the local debut of ‘Hairspray’ HAIR APPARENT | Playing drag as Edna Turnblad is a first for David Coffee, but that didn’t keep him from...

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Just Koz

Out saxophonist (and proud oenophile) Dave Koz turns collaboration into musical art JAZZ MAN | Sax and cabernet share a place in the heart of Dave Koz, but it’s only the former you’ll enjoy at the Dallas Symphony on Sunday. MARK...

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Stepping up

BACK IN FRONT | Bruce Wood, above, has launched a new contemporary ballet company which debuts Friday. He will continue his signature pairings of male dancers, including former company member Doug Hopkins, below center. 4 years...

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It’s not easy being ‘Green’

First-time filmmaker Steve Williford teams with the Verizon Guy (seriously!) for ‘The Green,’ a movie about homophobia and suspicion IDYLLS OF THE QUEENS | A quiet couple (Dallas theater veteran Jason Butler Harner and ‘30...

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2011 Readers Voice Awards: Nightlife

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Your son’ll come out, tomorrow

SLEAZY STREET | Redneck Tenor Matthew Lord takes more potshots at the Bush Administration than gay people in his parody of ‘Annie.’ What’s a straight guy doing mocking a classic with the word ‘Trannie’? Making people...

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Teen gay dream

GLEEK HERO   |  In just four episodes, Criss has become a popular gay on ‘Glee.’ (Photo by Robert Hart) Darren Criss, the breakout heartthrob from ‘Glee,’ isn’t gay or a teen, but welcomes more romance for Blaine...

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Victoria, victor

Tony-winning Dallasite Victoria Clark comes home for concert with TWCD MARK LOWRY  | marklowry@theaterjones.com Victoria Clark Wyly Theatre 2400 Flora St. Dec. 19. 7 p.m. $20–$48. 214-520-7828. TheWomensChorusofDallas.com...

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Nether region

Amsterdam, possibly the gay-friendliest city in the world, is a monument to tolerance — of all kinds mark lowry  | Contributing Writer marklowry@theaterjones.com DUTCH TREAT | Rainbow flags are peppered throughout the streets of...

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Fierce again

Cult gay performance artists PAH returns for one-night-only show MARK LOWRY  | mark.lowry@att.net POMO BETTER BOYS | Brian Freeman, center, teams with Thandiwe Thomas DeShazor and Dazie Rustin Grego for the new version of Pomo...

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Ich bin gay Berliner

Despite its history, the gay-friendly capital of Germany may be Western Europe’s best kept secret MARK LOWRY  | Special Contributor mark@marklowry.com WILLKOMMEN, BIENVENUE | The remnants of the Berlin Wall are a sobering...

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DV contributor on ‘Good Morning Texas’

Mark Lowry Dallas Voice contributor Mark Lowry will appear on “Good Morning Texas” on Friday, Sept. 3. He’ll be discussing the fall theater season. Lowry created the website TheaterJones.com. The site has...

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Sly Foxy

From famous bedmates as a ’70s icon to her gay awakening on ‘The L Word,’ Pam Grier is still one foxy mama MARK LOWRY  | Special Contributor marklowry@theaterjones.com STRAIGHT NOT NARROW It took ‘The L Word’ to open Pam Grier’s...

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'Corpus Christi' to be performed in Fort Worth

The controversial class production of the Terrence McNally play “Corpus Christi” will be performed in Fort Worth. John Jordan Otte, the student who chose the play as a project for his advanced directing class, said...

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