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This week’s takeaways: Pride Edition

Usually I wait until Friday to run down all that’s going on is gaydom this week that you need to catch up on, but since’s it’s Pride Weekend, I figured I’d get a jump-start on all the events.

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Twisted, sister: Dee Snider tackles Broadway

If Pat Boone can try heavy metal, I suppose nothing can surprise us. And honestly, the idea that Dee Snider, the hawk-nosed, bleached-perm frontman for annoying ’80s rockers Twisted Sister, has always had an eye for the flamboyant — why shouldn’t he give a rock twist to that most diva-like of genres, the Broadway show tune?

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Top 10 Broadway Diva solos

The other day, my publisher asked me to recommend some songs to bolster his iPod library: The top 10 female Broadway diva solos of all time. (He told me not to spend too much time researching it, even though he doesn’t pay...

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‘Gypsy’ in her soul

B’way legend and gay icon Patti LuPone brings her powerful pipes to Dallas ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | Life+Style Editor jones@dallasvoice.com You might not have seen her name above the title on a movie or welcomed her every week into...

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New and old

From creaky Victorian melodramas to well-worn musicals, something’s afoot ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | Life+Style Editor jones@dallasvoice.com CRISPNESS, CAROL | Wendy Welch’s parody of Carol Channing is a spectacular highlight of...

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