Tag: Pet Shop Boys

Pet Shop Boys announce new tour dates, including Dallas

The popular gay-fronted group Pet Shop Boys, who have been on a national tour supporting their acclaimed 2013 Electric album, have just announced new stops on the tour, including Dallas. The duo of Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe will perform at the Majestic Theater on April 15

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‘Tomorrow’ is today

Producer Frankmusik revitalizes Erasure as the group hits its quarter century ON THE EDGE | Pop gods Andy Bell and Vince Clarke made a name with consumable ’80s dance beats, but their latest album introduces their fans to a new...

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Silver foxes

Over a quarter-century, Erasure has grown from pop wunderkinds to senior statesmen A LOTTA RESPECT º Andy Bell, left, and Vince Clarke of Erasure have earned their places as music legends and queer icons, but look forward with a...

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A gay in the LIFE

Photographer Tim Hailand’s intimate access to gay musician Jake Shears and Rufus Wainwright makes for racy coffee table decor Out photographer Tim Hailand gets way behind the velvet rope — heck, he crosses through the bedroom...

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What has he done to deserve this?

Music director Adam Wright glams Uptown Players’ Pet Shop Boys musical RICH LOPEZ  | Staff Writer lopez@dallasvoice.com WEST END GAYS | ‘Closer to Heaven’ explores the dark world of gay ’80s London through the music of the Pet...

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Senior class

Gay director John De Los Santos keeps his elders in line in his annual ‘Senior Follies’ STEVEN LINDSEY  | Contributing Writer stevencraiglindsey@me.com SANTOS GOLD | If a hip goes out, choreographer John de los Santos is ready...

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Uptown Players announces its 2011 season

On Tuesday night, Uptown Players hosted a nice turnout at the Kalita Humphreys Theater where they announced the roster for their 2011 season. They held off on announcing one production due to contractual reasons, but if it fits...

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Applause • That’s so gay

Queer connections infiltrate lots of the upcoming season of arts Tony Award-winning gay baritone Paulo Szot, above, is a coup for the Dallas Opera; Pink Martini, below, gets the Meyerson jumping as the Dallas Symphony...

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