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A ''Reconciling in Christ'' congregation that has been racially diverse since 1954.
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A social forum for interracial pride and interaction in the Baltimore area for the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender community, African-Americans and Euro-Americans, as well as Asian-Americans, Latinos, and Native Americans.
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A social, support, service and educational group that promotes friendships and relationships among gay and bisexual men of all races, and the acceptance and welcoming of such relationships in the broader community.
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''Provides leatherboys a forum to have fun, learn, educate, socialize, contribute and support each other and their community.''
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In Baltimore contact 410-752-9072. Brother Help Thyself funds and nurtures nonprofit organizations serving the GLBTQ and HIV/AIDS communities in the Metro Baltimore / Washington areas.
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''A group of men with an enthusiastic interest in motorcycles, leather and other men.'' Also, coordinators of Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend: www.leatherweekend.com
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''The Christ Lutheran Church family includes gays and lesbians, as well as people from diverse ethnic and religious backgrounds.''
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''A renewing downtown parish''
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A ''More Light'' GLBT-inclusive Presbyterian Church.
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Founded in 1978, the D.C. Coalition seeks to abolish discrimination against, and build a strong political and economic base for the black LGBT community.
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DignityUSA works for respect and justice for all gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender persons in the Catholic Church and the world through education, advocacy and support.
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''...People of all sexual orientations and gender identities are expected and encouraged to share in the sacramental and general life of this congregation.''
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Gay adoptive and biological fathers coming together to give each other support and encouragement and also to have a little fun.
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A Reconciled in Christ congregation; welcomes all people, regardless of sexual orientation.
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Develop and maintain friendships among members. Collectively strive to obtain mutual feelings of support, respect, honor and comradery. To promote better inter-club relations with Leather/Levi communities and to encourage a more favorable public image.
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The GLBT group meets monthly for dinner for fellowship, friendship, and support.
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A Reconciling in Christ (RIC) Congregation, and as such is fully welcome and supportive of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) participation in the congregational life of the church, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity.
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Also PO Box 1411, Baltimore, MD 21203.
Gay Community Directory
Lutherans Concerned stands as a community of faith, modeling the gospel within the church and within the lesbian and gay community.
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"Support group for men, gay, straight or bisexual, involved in, or interested in, the Master/slave lifestyle." Includes hosting of MASTER/slave Conference - www.masterslaveconference.org
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January weekend of leather events. Mostly male-oriented, but not completely so. Features contests, ceremonies, dances; some at Almas Temple. Exhibition at host hotel: Washington Plaza, 10 Thomas Circle, NW; Washington, DC 20005.
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Builds the political power of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community from the ground up, by training activists, organizing broad-based campaigns to defeat anti-LGBT referenda and advance pro-LGBT legislation, and by building the organizational capacity of our movement.
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''Educates the community about HIV/AIDS, to combat the fear, prejudice, and complacency that surround the disease, and to provide direct services to meet the needs of those who are living with HIV/AIDS. NOVAM seeks to affirm God's love for all those who have been touched by this epidemic regardless of gender, race, disability, creed, sexual orientation or national origin.''
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Practice and meetings held at various fields and bars.
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''An energetic advocate for the values and institutions that sustain a diverse democratic society.'' Mission includes progressive views on gay and lesbian civil & equal rights issues -- hate crimes, military ban, etc.
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Leather motorcycle club.
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''A Gay Leather Levi Social Club''
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Men into ''alternative sensual experiences.''
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''We are an open and growing Episcopal church with roots in the movement for more inclusiveness. Our great diversity of backgrounds, lifestyles and callings is a resource from which we draw our strength.''
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Pansexual BDSM group providing environment to meet others of like mind. "Organization which provides a forum for the many different expressions of power in love and play." Includes Queer SIG Group.
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Mission is to celebrate, strengthen, and support community among the GLBT residents and organizations of Metropolitan Washington, DC. Offices host multiple GLBT-oriented groups. (New location January 2010: 1818 14th St NW)
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"Dedicated to the gay community, our mission is to promote gay parties, dining, networking & social events, theatre, private shopping nights, products, services, and more!"
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Services include ''Diva Chat'' support group.
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Dedicated to increasing the number of openly LGBT elected officials at all levels of government.
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WALGAP is the Washington Area Lesbian and Gay Association of Psychotherapists in the Washington, DC metro area. We are a support group and generally meet for a potluck the first Sunday of most months at 6 PM at member homes in the DC metro area. We finish at about 8:30 PM or 9 PM. We discuss cases as well as address issues related to being a gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender therapist. If you are interested in learning more about the group or attending one of our potlucks, please feel free to send an email. You can also contact group member Lilli M. Vincenz, PhD at 703-532-2731 or PCSDJoy@verizon.net.
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''A social/discussion & dinner group in Washington, DC.... WiTT is a great way to make new friends and meet other queer women in a fun and friendly setting

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News & Arts Articles

Music - Published on: Apr 17, 2014
Matthew Hemerlein returns to D.C. for a post-Lorde hometown show
Business - Published on: Apr 10, 2014
The Chamber readies its annual awards dinner with an emphasis on entertainment and opulence
News - Published on: Apr 7, 2014
Tuesday fundraiser offers a chance to celebrate Hassan Naveed's contributions before his July departure
Events - Published on: Apr 3, 2014
Dissonance Dance's Black to Silver festival celebrates ''black gay arts''
Stage - Published on: Apr 3, 2014
''Spelling Bee'' and ''Hair'' fill their stages with overflowing Americana, from well packaged to beautifully powerful
News - Published on: Apr 3, 2014
New campaign aimed at enforcing city requirement that single-stall restrooms be gender-neutral
Feature Story - Published on: Mar 27, 2014
Keegan Theatre lets the sunshine in with a rousing, energized revival of the provocative 1968 musical
Events - Published on: Mar 27, 2014
Regie Cabico is sharing the art of celebrating syntax
News - Published on: Mar 25, 2014
D.C. LGBT Latino group holds third annual ''Mujeres en el Movimiento''
Stage - Published on: Mar 20, 2014
The appeal of Signature's Beaches goes far beyond the maudlin movie
Feature Story - Published on: Mar 13, 2014
Spring Arts 2014
News - Published on: Mar 13, 2014
Progressive political-action organization backing Montgomery County delegate in Maryland governor's race
News - Published on: Mar 7, 2014
Mayor's Office of GLBT Affairs to honor three women at annual awards ceremony for local leaders
Stage - Published on: Mar 6, 2014
Folger Theatre's unprecedented in-the-round staging makes Richard III an immersive experience -- and a wake-up call
Dance - Published on: Mar 6, 2014
The Washington Ballet celebrates British rock -- and choreography
Feature Story - Published on: Feb 27, 2014
As one of its most popular filmmakers, Eytan Fox has helped turn Israel into a remarkably gay-friendly country
Feature Story - Published on: Feb 27, 2014
Exploring the filmography, from raw and real to sweet and sentimental
Business - Published on: Feb 25, 2014
Career and money coach to speak about the real impact of money mindsets
Feature Story - Published on: Feb 20, 2014
Shopping for your furry family members
Stage - Published on: Feb 20, 2014
Jose Carrasquillo returns to GALA with a picturesque puzzle
Stage - Published on: Feb 20, 2014
The InSeries's new show pays tribute to the legendary Cole Porter
Feature Story - Published on: Feb 13, 2014
With a new book, Melinda Chateauvert aims to bring sex work out of the shadows and into the light of respectability
Business - Published on: Feb 13, 2014
Professional partnerships amplify the Chamber's 6th annual LGBT networking and social event
Concert - Published on: Feb 13, 2014
Gay Men's Chorus offers a stirring romantic program this weekend
Stage - Published on: Feb 13, 2014
Kathleen Turner, utterly and completely compelling, owns the stage in her portrayal of Brecht's ''Mother Courage''
Stage - Published on: Feb 13, 2014
Aside from its two leads, Keegan Theatre has assembled another strong ensemble for its latest production
News - Published on: Feb 11, 2014
Family, friends mark two-year anniversary of transgender woman's fatal stabbing, express anger over delay in prosecuting accused killer
Clublife - Published on: Feb 6, 2014
San Francisco's Honey Soundsystem introduces D.C. to its popular queer-focused dance party
Stage - Published on: Feb 6, 2014
''How to Succeed'' can't shake loose from its misogyny, while ''Violet'' pulls something beautiful out of the mid-20th century
Dance - Published on: Jan 30, 2014
Alvin Ailey's Robert Battle advances the company's popular legacy
Events - Published on: Jan 30, 2014
National Geographic honors inspiring Travelers of the Year
Stage - Published on: Jan 30, 2014
MetroStage's ''Ella Fitzgerald'' is best when its simply singing, while Constellation's ''Scapin'' is simply delightful
Stage - Published on: Jan 30, 2014
Despite its confectionary-like pleasures and exuberant good-naturedness, this isn't the most riveting of ''Earnests''
News - Published on: Jan 30, 2014
Local support organization Brother, Help Thyself awards more than $75,000 to assist area nonprofits
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 23, 2014
Not content to ''wait her turn,'' the lesbian seeking Maryland's top spot hopes people power trumps political establishment
News - Published on: Jan 23, 2014
Mr. MAL 2014 Joe Birdwell makes it 4 in a row for Pittsburgh
Opinion - Published on: Jan 23, 2014
MAL offers an obnoxious reminder that some still think it okay to police others' play and appearance
Business - Published on: Jan 16, 2014
Maybe Miranda Priestly and The Chamber do have a little in common
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 16, 2014
Mid-Atlantic Leather 2014
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 16, 2014
Leather community shaken by death of longtime friend and mentor
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 16, 2014
Meet Mr. DC Eagle 2014, Ramien Pierre
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 16, 2014
For 35 years, the Highwaymen TNT have forged their own trail of ''Trash 'n Travel,'' of diversity and playfulness
Stage - Published on: Jan 16, 2014
Far more than a play about being deaf, Tribes explores tribes of any kind, be they family, community or culture
Dance - Published on: Jan 16, 2014
The InSeries and Washington Ballet salute French songs in a new show
News - Published on: Jan 15, 2014
Women's groups the latest to endorse out delegate in her bid for Maryland governor
News - Published on: Jan 9, 2014
Lawmakers from both parties introduce range of favorable bills for the 2014 legislative session
News - Published on: Jan 6, 2014
LGBT community center begins the new year with both veteran leadership and newcomers
Stage - Published on: Jan 2, 2014
Helmed by powerhouse Sherry Edelen, Signature's Gypsy hits every note expertly, from cast to costumes, sets to score
Stage - Published on: Dec 19, 2013
Studio Theatre's production of the first two Apple Family Plays features the strongest, tightest ensemble seen in years
Opinion - Published on: Dec 17, 2013
Naming Pope Francis as Person of the Year for LGBT people, The Advocate mistakes hope for reality
Stage - Published on: Dec 14, 2013
Shakespeare Theatre Company and Arena Stage offer two shows full of satisfying, smart entertainment
News - Published on: Dec 13, 2013
Group honoring volunteers, community leaders, government officials for work in combating hate crimes in D.C.
Stage - Published on: Dec 12, 2013
'Tis the season for improv with WIT's ''Seasonal Disorder''
Film - Published on: Dec 12, 2013
''The Desolation of Smaug'' bombards conflict on top of conflict, substituting sincerity with spectacle
Feature Story - Published on: Dec 12, 2013
2013 Coverboy of the Year
Stage - Published on: Dec 5, 2013
An expert cast in a darkly witty script makes for a holiday treat at Round House
Film - Published on: Dec 5, 2013
Rust Belt violence or Irish orphans, take your pick of the season's familial woes with ''Out of the Furnace'' and ''Philomena''
Opinion - Published on: Nov 30, 2013
A World AIDS Day wish for countering HIV stigma with earnest empathy
Stage - Published on: Nov 27, 2013
''If/Then'' features some great performances, led by Idina Menzel -- but also a convoluted plot and mostly overwrought music
Stage - Published on: Nov 21, 2013
This ensemble piece of a family in emotional vivisection is executed with wit, collective cohesion and intensity
News - Published on: Nov 15, 2013
Hitting on progressive themes, the Maryland duo downplay historic candidacy, saying results more important than ''identity politics''
Stage - Published on: Nov 14, 2013
Keegan Theatre's The Woman in Black is a good ghost story with some theatrical fits and frights
Stage - Published on: Nov 14, 2013
STC offers a powerful vision of all that is possible and impossible in contemporary South Africa
Clublife - Published on: Nov 14, 2013
Nigel Williams reflects on his year as Mr. DC Eagle, billed as the country's oldest leather title
Business - Published on: Nov 14, 2013
Upcoming Chamber event looks at DOMA ruling's effect on long-term care
Film - Published on: Nov 14, 2013
Commerce meets compassion in ''Dallas Buyers Club,'' the story of one man's fight to stay alive and make a profit
News - Published on: Nov 14, 2013
Asylum seeker again shares his story with D.C. audience
News - Published on: Nov 10, 2013
Montgomery Co. grassroots group gives its nod to lesbian Democratic delegate running for Maryland governor
Stage - Published on: Nov 7, 2013
The Argument is an unsettling look at unexpected pregnancy, while Crossing is a less-than-memorable new musical
Stage - Published on: Nov 7, 2013
Emmy-winning actress Christine Lahti makes her Signature Theatre debut
Feature Story - Published on: Oct 31, 2013
Margaret Cho reaches toward wisdom as she sharpens her edge with moderation
Music - Published on: Oct 31, 2013
Mount Moriah's Heather McEntire finds healing after coming out
Dance - Published on: Oct 31, 2013
The Washington Ballet puts male dancers in the spotlight for ''Giselle''
Video - Published on: Oct 30, 2013
Washington's LGBT community center relocates to the Reeves Municipal Center
News - Published on: Oct 25, 2013
Monday forum will examine discrimination against LGBT people through performance and discussion
Stage - Published on: Oct 24, 2013
Folger provides the tragedy, while Round House lightens the mood
Stage - Published on: Oct 24, 2013
Happenstance Theater has devised a spooky hit with ''Cabaret Macabre''
News - Published on: Oct 18, 2013
D.C. Council will consider Mayor Gray's legislation honoring Dupont-area venue and, indirectly, its namesake
Feature Story - Published on: Oct 17, 2013
How a multimillion-dollar industry that seeks to ''cure'' gay people was brought to its knees
News - Published on: Oct 15, 2013
Private funding allows Ford's Theatre To Reopen with performances of ''The Laramie Project''
Stage - Published on: Oct 11, 2013
''The Laramie Project'' is an incredibly enriching experience, especially in the hands of some of Washington's most celebrated actors
Dance - Published on: Oct 10, 2013
Dance Theatre of Harlem returns to D.C. after a prolonged hiatus
Opinion - Published on: Oct 10, 2013
University of Mississippi theater student shares experience of being heckled during performance of ''The Laramie Project''
News - Published on: Oct 7, 2013
Forced to postpone the play due to the federal shutdown, Ford's partners with First Congregational for limited shows
Music - Published on: Oct 3, 2013
Hopefully ''The Diving Board'' is not the last from Elton John, as it's not a fitting swan song for a legend
Music - Published on: Oct 3, 2013
Marques Toliver goes from busking in Florida to festivals in Belgium
Stage - Published on: Oct 3, 2013
The sharp, superb acting in Arena Stage's The Velocity of Autumn makes up for a lack of realistic dramatic action
Stage - Published on: Oct 3, 2013
This well-conceived, dazzlingly executed take on Measure for Measure makes 1930s Vienna a perfect setting
News - Published on: Oct 2, 2013
National Park Service ties to Ford's Theatre force suspension of performances
Feature Story - Published on: Sept 26, 2013
Ford's Theatre remembers Matthew Shepard and reflects on events since his Laramie, Wyoming murder
Feature Story - Published on: Sept 26, 2013
Washington National Cathedral remembers Shepard and Clamenti by ''Honoring LGBT Youth''
Feature Story - Published on: Sept 26, 2013
Marking 15 years since the murder of Matthew Shepard, Ford's Theatre builds a month of programming around ''The Laramie Project''
Stage - Published on: Sept 26, 2013
Theater J actor Susan Rome is most often a mother -- except when she's a ''splosher''
Feature Story - Published on: Sept 19, 2013
Known for his physical work with Synetic Theater, actor Alex Mills's voice is moving to center stage
Stage - Published on: Sept 19, 2013
This tale of neighboring couples is a painfully real, painfully astute glimpse into the ailing American soul
Feature Story - Published on: Sept 19, 2013
Brandon Uranowitz delivers the relevance and emotion in Studio Theatre's noteworthy new staging of 1982's ''Torch Song Trilogy''
Stage - Published on: Sept 19, 2013
''Torch Song'' radiates still, while Miss Saigon snuffs out the superlatives
Film - Published on: Sept 15, 2013
Pulitzer Center film fest begins with look at Jamaica's LGBT community
Feature Story - Published on: Sept 12, 2013
Fall Arts Preview 2013
News - Published on: Sept 7, 2013
AGLA hosts Sept. 8 ice-cream social and charity drive
News - Published on: Sept 3, 2013
D.C.-area HIV-support organization plans 25-year anniversary social
Film - Published on: Aug 29, 2013
Blockbuster season may be ending, but great movies abound
Stage - Published on: Aug 29, 2013
Shakespeare Theatre presents D.C. debut of British theatrical sensation
Stage - Published on: Aug 29, 2013
With wild story and staging, Rorschach Theatre's ''Neverwhere'' is far from typical
Opinion - Published on: Aug 29, 2013
Taking stock of the March on Washington anniversary highs and lows
Clublife - Published on: Aug 22, 2013
DJ Jason Royce's party at Baltimore's Club Hippo is pure Madonna devotion
Art - Published on: Aug 22, 2013
Dangerous Muse and Shea Van Horn perform at Art Museum of the Americas' nighttime party
Feature Story - Published on: Aug 15, 2013
New exhibit offers insights into Hillwood Estate's working class, who lived nearly as well as its glamorous owner
Feature Story - Published on: Aug 15, 2013
National Museum of Women in the Arts' exhibition about Faith Ringgold explores the art of political agitation
Film - Published on: Aug 15, 2013
''The Butler'' offers an exciting and compelling storytelling, while ''Kick-Ass 2'' fails to save the day
Stage - Published on: Aug 15, 2013
Off-Broadway's one-man play ''Buyer and Cellar'' digs deep into Barbra Streisand
News - Published on: Aug 9, 2013
Experts emphasize complexities of situation for LGBT Russians at Center Global forum, as one Russian activist urges boycotts
Feature Story - Published on: Aug 8, 2013
From bullied in Alabama, transgender activist and actress becomes scene-stealing star in Netflix's ''Orange Is the New Black''
News - Published on: Aug 8, 2013
From 'The Real World' to Washington, Sasser made his mark humbly
Stage - Published on: Aug 1, 2013
The American Century Theater's same-sex twist on ''I Do! I Do!''
Feature Story - Published on: Aug 1, 2013
Manil Suri joins Niki Herd, K. Murry Johnson and several other writers for The DC Center's 3rd annual OutWrite LGBT Book Fair
Film - Published on: July 25, 2013
Not a homerun, but Maggie Carey's directorial debut is no strikeout
News - Published on: July 25, 2013
Out Democratic Del. Heather Mizeur launches campaign for Maryland governor
Clublife - Published on: July 25, 2013
Bear promoter Charger Stone and lesbian promoter Karen Diehl team up for a party at the Brixton
Coverboy Interview - Published on: July 19, 2013
International Puppy 2013
Feature Story - Published on: July 18, 2013
Studio Theatre's 2ndStage Reinvents ''Rocky Horror''
Feature Story - Published on: July 11, 2013
Wolf Trap, Merriweather, Pier Six and many of D.C.'s stages big and small
Feature Story - Published on: July 11, 2013
Jack Antonoff of fun. is not only a pop-music powerhouse, but an outstanding advocate for the LGBTQ community
News - Published on: July 11, 2013
Annual DREAM Graduation includes wedding ceremony for prominent activist and her partner
Film - Published on: July 3, 2013
The adult actors are the lifesavers in this coming-of-age confection
News - Published on: June 28, 2013
Chief assailant will serve 8 years in prison for anti-gay attack on teenage victim
Stage - Published on: June 28, 2013
Stephen Sondheim's ''Company'' may not include reference to same-sex couples, but it has some of the composer's greatest songs
News - Published on: June 24, 2013
MPD reports no arrest yet as multiple wounds leave hospitalized victim in serious but stable condition
News - Published on: June 24, 2013
Whatever the outcome of DOMA and Prop. 8 cases, cathedral holding Wednesday solidarity event
Stage - Published on: June 20, 2013
A Source Festival play shines a light on McCarthy-era gay relationships
Stage - Published on: June 13, 2013
Landless Theatre Company offers a ''prog-metal opera'' version of ''Frankenstein''
Stage - Published on: June 13, 2013
With Nathan Lane in the lead, Douglas Carter Beane's The Nance is an entertaining, must-see spectacle
Stage - Published on: June 6, 2013
Aaron Posner's ''Bird'' is edgy and endearing, while Sarah Wayne Callies steals ''The Guardsman'' at the Kennedy Center
Events - Published on: June 6, 2013
Rachel Dratch and others come to town to poke fun at celebrity memoirs
News - Published on: June 6, 2013
Casa Ruby and others break from LHP to offer alternative pride events
Stage - Published on: May 30, 2013
Rebecca Taichman approaches the hurdles in The Winter's Tale with boldness and imagination, but can't overcome its inherent flaws
News - Published on: May 30, 2013
LGBT religious groups mark the 30th anniversary of the annual Pride Week Interfaith Service
Stage - Published on: May 23, 2013
DC Queer Theatre Festival offers short plays for the whole community
Black Pride Guide - Published on: May 23, 2013
African-American Collective Theater presents its 15th DC Black Pride production
Clublife - Published on: May 23, 2013
DJ TWiN lures gays back to the Howard Theatre with his second TempTation party in the storied venue
Stage - Published on: May 23, 2013
The gay-themed play The Submission is a departure for the Maryland theater
Business - Published on: May 23, 2013
Find success, achieve goals with help from the sidelines
Stage - Published on: May 16, 2013
Constellation's latest epic is only worth it for the visual stimulation provided by the cast
Stage - Published on: May 16, 2013
This Palm Springs play needs both far less and much more
Stage - Published on: May 16, 2013
Synetic's Musketeers dazzles with storytelling that is not simply entertaining, but transporting
News - Published on: May 15, 2013
WWH to present three awards for work related to LGBT and HIV/AIDS issues at legal-services fundraiser
News - Published on: May 14, 2013
Anti-gay lawmaker appealing 30-day jail sentence after pleading guilty to charges related to 2012 boat crash
Film - Published on: May 9, 2013
Baz Luhrmann tromps across Fitzgerald's ''The Great Gatsby,'' all too eager to interpret subtle tension as over-the-top melodrama
Events - Published on: May 2, 2013
Ross Mathews has grown from his early days as a ''big gay cartoon clown''
Dance - Published on: May 2, 2013
NPR's Ari Shapiro's ''surreal opportunity'' to sing with The Washington Ballet
Stage - Published on: May 1, 2013
Cyndi Lauper's original songs go beyond the Broadway box in the new Tony-nominated musical
News - Published on: Apr 29, 2013
Floyd Lee Corkins, who pleaded guilty to shooting at D.C. headquarters, to be sentenced in July
Stage - Published on: Apr 25, 2013
Robert Pinsky boldly and cleverly freshens Wallenstein's solemn historical premise with an irreverently modern voice
Music - Published on: Apr 25, 2013
The band The Presets promises a concert with the energy of a dance party
Stage - Published on: Apr 18, 2013
The Shakespeare Theatre Company's bristling production of ''Coriolanus'' is a stunning work of urgency and clarity
Music - Published on: Apr 18, 2013
The Sweetlife Festival features a bounty of music and food delights
Film - Published on: Apr 11, 2013
''Trance'' is a sexy, violent revenge fantasy and a letdown from Danny Boyle, while ''Room 237'' guides ''The Shining'' down a loony-tunes path
News - Published on: Apr 11, 2013
No obvious LGBT favorite for D.C. Council seat April 23 special election
Opinion - Published on: Apr 11, 2013
Online-hits jobs undermining marriage equality risk social-justice schism
Opinion - Published on: Apr 11, 2013
As ''the Cooch'' keeps up his attack on LGBT people, don't forget he has a real shot at becoming Virginia's next governor
Stage - Published on: Apr 4, 2013
Broadway veteran Nancy Opel makes the role of Dolly her own in Ford's revival of the beloved Jerry Herman classic
Stage - Published on: Mar 28, 2013
''Voodoo Macbeth'' touches, with rawness and relevance, on all that is unsettled about humans at war
News - Published on: Mar 19, 2013
Nebraska thespian orchestrating U.S. debut of controversial Ugandan gay play with metro-area readings
News - Published on: Mar 19, 2013
New executive board kicks off one-year term, names new executive director
Stage - Published on: Mar 14, 2013
Thanks to Synetic's dazzling, rich production, there is now another way to see, feel and think about Shakespeare's The ''Tempest''
News - Published on: Mar 14, 2013
Matthew Frumin gets top score, while others cluster close behind on LGBT issues
Film - Published on: Mar 7, 2013
Sam Raimi's ''Oz'' is mired in fructose -- it's syrupy, artificial, and most definitely terrible for your health
Music - Published on: Mar 7, 2013
The pop/folk lesbian trio The Pushovers gears up for a big 2013
News - Published on: Mar 7, 2013
Community health center names out senator its ''Partner for Life'' ahead of April gala
Feature Story - Published on: Feb 28, 2013
Sandra Bernhard is keeping it raw and real, entertaining and ironic, and she's eager as ever to critique the status quo
Business - Published on: Feb 28, 2013
Join the Chamber and hundreds more movers and shakers at Town
Stage - Published on: Feb 28, 2013
GALA Theatre's ''The House of the Spirits,'' based on Isabel Allende's novel, makes the leap from page to stage in stunningly evocative fashion
Stage - Published on: Feb 21, 2013
The InSeries offers a musical revue celebrating Kurt Weill
Stage - Published on: Feb 14, 2013
Round House and Theater J do their parts, but the shortcomings in the stories themselves remain
Feature Story - Published on: Feb 14, 2013
Duo breaks new ground with photography guide for same-sex weddings
Feature Story - Published on: Feb 14, 2013
Photographer and filmmaker Amanda Lucidon shares the stories of real couples and real discrimination
News - Published on: Feb 9, 2013
Annual charity-fundraising bake sale becomes a weekend-long event
Stage - Published on: Feb 7, 2013
Studio's latest ultimately warrants the attention it gets from a shocking title, while Keegan's ''Cabaret'' is a bit dull
Stage - Published on: Feb 7, 2013
There's something distinctly un-American in the way Thornton Wilder undermines the comforts of an unexamined life in ''Our Town''
News - Published on: Feb 7, 2013
Casa Ruby Latino LGBT community center's 2013 calendar set to raise funds for needed programs, on day at a time
News - Published on: Feb 7, 2013
Family to file complaint in homicide case as mayor announces partnership with U.S. Attorney's Office
News - Published on: Feb 1, 2013
Local organization awards more than $80,000 to area nonprofits at annual ceremony in Baltimore
News - Published on: Jan 31, 2013
LGBT anti-violence, anti-hate-crime group sets agenda for 2013
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 31, 2013
Tony-winning Kennedy Center honoree Bill T. Jones has found great success in dance and the theater without sacrificing his revolutionary spirit
News - Published on: Jan 29, 2013
President of LGBT journalists' organization dies after months-long fight with cancer
Art - Published on: Jan 24, 2013
Colin Winterbottom offers intriguing images of Washington landmarks
Stage - Published on: Jan 24, 2013
Anthony Wayne offers a Broadway-style tribute to the late gay disco legend
Stage - Published on: Jan 24, 2013
Constellation Theatre makes a mark with its entertaining take on this romantic tale of identity and intrigue
Stage - Published on: Jan 17, 2013
Sifting the 20th century like panhandlers, TACT has surfaced yet another piece of gold with the 1924 comedy ''The Show Off''
News - Published on: Jan 17, 2013
Pittsburgh man continues keystone streak for Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend
News - Published on: Jan 17, 2013
Lesbian-owned venue still on schedule for Inauguration event
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 10, 2013
Mid-Atlantic Leather 2013
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 10, 2013
New options at this year's MAL include two tea dances
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 10, 2013
Hoping to expand appeal to a broader audience, The Leather Rack becomes Adam & Eve
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 10, 2013
Matt Bronson, Mr. MAL 2012, rocketed to the title-holding top in no time
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 10, 2013
Through coming out, AIDS in the '80s and countless leather events, this Mr. MAL has seen plenty
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 10, 2013
From contest to camaraderie, Centaur MC presents Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend
Stage - Published on: Jan 10, 2013
Studio Theatre's short, sharp black comedy Contractions packs an emotional wallop
Business - Published on: Jan 10, 2013
From networking to awards to community outreach, 2012 was a stellar year for CAGLCC
Art - Published on: Jan 10, 2013
Touchstone Gallery offers an Inauguration-inspired group show
News - Published on: Jan 10, 2013
Three accused of stabbing gay 16-year-old plead guilty to assault and theft charges
News - Published on: Jan 9, 2013
Washington National Cathedral announces it will expand marriage rites to include same-sex couples
Stage - Published on: Jan 3, 2013
An intriguing contemporary adaptation of Homer's poem, An Iliad is surprisingly compelling and occasionally stirring
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 3, 2013
Where To Go and What To Do in New Year
Music - Published on: Dec 20, 2012
Bobby Smith and company offer gifts of songs
Music - Published on: Dec 20, 2012
Rob Tannenbaum's band, Good for the Jews, returns to Jammin Java for Christmas
Feature Story - Published on: Dec 20, 2012
2012 Year in Review
Music - Published on: Dec 13, 2012
A sampling of alternative holiday happenings at area venues
Film - Published on: Dec 13, 2012
''The Hobbit'' is a lighter, simpler story than ''Lord of the Rings,'' but rather than disappoint, Peter Jackson's new movie delights
Feature Story - Published on: Dec 13, 2012
Telling it like it is, never timid or tongue-tied
Feature Story - Published on: Dec 13, 2012
This bear-lovin' cub makes his own way, one disciplined step at a time
Feature Story - Published on: Dec 13, 2012
A little bit country, from West Virginia to Washington
News - Published on: Dec 12, 2012
Mayor Gray's Tuesday evening announcement includes naming Sterling Washington new head of GLBT Affairs
Stage - Published on: Dec 6, 2012
''Midsummer Night's Dream'' is an enchanting confection for those who prefer their holiday entertainment more pagan than pious
Stage - Published on: Dec 6, 2012
Ethan McSweeny is always happy to return to Shakespeare in Washington
Stage - Published on: Dec 6, 2012
Signature's ''Dreamgirls'' and Arena's ''Pullman Porter Blues'' both offer transporting tales and tremendous leading ladies
Business - Published on: Dec 6, 2012
CAGLCC's first annual g.life was a one-day metropolis of all things LGBT
News - Published on: Dec 6, 2012
Light Brigade, GetEqual, GLAA protest Uganda anti-gay bill at country's U.S. embassy
News - Published on: Nov 30, 2012
Three defendants accused of stabbing gay youth near Shaw landmark arraigned
Stage - Published on: Nov 29, 2012
With almost as much silence as speech, playwright Annie Baker seems to be daring theatergoers to snooze during ''The Aliens''
Film - Published on: Nov 29, 2012
''Killing Them Softly'' is a lame attempt to look cool and pass down ideological judgments without a hint of substance or function
News - Published on: Nov 21, 2012
Activists critical of move from full site to MPD page
News - Published on: Nov 19, 2012
Government awaiting superseding indictments on additional charges for three defendants accused of attacking gay teen
Stage - Published on: Nov 15, 2012
Keegan Theatre has done a mostly masterful job with Arthur Miller's ''All My Sons,'' to startling impact
Stage - Published on: Nov 15, 2012
''Woody Sez'' is a warm tribute to a folk hero
Clublife - Published on: Nov 15, 2012
DC Eagle readies its final anniversary week at the building it's called home since 1987
News - Published on: Nov 15, 2012
Question 6 strategies may not work everywhere, but the win gives a green light to its political supporters regardless
Stage - Published on: Nov 8, 2012
The Theatre Lab has helped boost the quality of Washington theater
Stage - Published on: Nov 8, 2012
Folger Theatre's ''The Conference of the Birds'' offers some charming flights of fancy – but also tactless fowl flatulence
Music - Published on: Nov 8, 2012
The InSeries allows Alan Paul to display his new love for opera
Stage - Published on: Nov 1, 2012
You won't leave Dirt unsoiled, even if the point is muddied
Clublife - Published on: Nov 1, 2012
COMMAND MC promises erections as part of this weekend's Mr. Maryland Leather Contest in Baltimore
Clublife - Published on: Nov 1, 2012
The Lodge outside of Hagerstown, Md., celebrates its two-year anniversary this weekend
News - Published on: Nov 1, 2012
From a military discharge for being gay to struggling with PTSD, today Marvin Carter is helping others to help himself
News - Published on: Oct 27, 2012
Marriage-equality opponents, down in polls, employ shock tactics, misinformation campaign
Books - Published on: Oct 25, 2012
Local Lee Hayes's latest bypasses gay and goes straight for the ghastly
Dance - Published on: Oct 25, 2012
The Washington Ballet's latest is as much Broadway as ballet
Events - Published on: Oct 18, 2012
The Athenaeum hosts events honoring Old Town's ghosts
Stage - Published on: Oct 18, 2012
Scena's gung-ho production of ''A Clockwork Orange'' enhances your impression of Anthony Burgess's story
News - Published on: Oct 16, 2012
Us Helping Us and The DC Center roll out the honors
Music - Published on: Oct 11, 2012
Meshell Ndegeocello pays tribute to Nina Simone in her own way
Art - Published on: Oct 11, 2012
Exhibit offers artifacts, insight into women's influence on pop music
News - Published on: Oct 11, 2012
LHP's Esther Hidalgo celebrates her roots, her activism and her community with an invitation
News - Published on: Oct 11, 2012
''Jump the Broom'' effort possibly connected to consultant convicted in 2010 voter-suppression effort
News - Published on: Oct 9, 2012
Ali Jackson, Alvonica Jackson and Desmond Campbell plead not guilty to stabbing gay teenager in June
Poll - Published on: Oct 5, 2012
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News - Published on: Sept 29, 2012
Defense declines plea deal for June assault of gay teen near Howard Theatre
Feature Story - Published on: Sept 27, 2012
Patti LuPone isn't difficult. She's just the ultimate perfectionist, on and off the stage
Film - Published on: Sept 27, 2012
''Perks of Being a Wallflower'' is big-hearted and earnest in its approach to the pleasure and pain of the teenage condition
Stage - Published on: Sept 27, 2012
From ''A Chorus Line'' to GALA Theatre, Antonio Vargas is making his mark
News - Published on: Sept 26, 2012
Police count five incidents, ranging from beatings to groping, with bias elements in past two weeks
Music - Published on: Sept 20, 2012
''4th Street Feeling'' stands out as among the best in Melissa Etheridge's career, with a renewed sense of passion
Stage - Published on: Sept 20, 2012
''Invisible Man'' is one to see, while Taking Steps has trouble finding its footing
News - Published on: Sept 20, 2012
Hearing the call to help humanity, Matthew Rose answered it
Stage - Published on: Sept 13, 2012
A blend of identity-angst and comment on what it is to think American, ''Chad Deity'' is a clever take on familiar themes
News - Published on: Sept 11, 2012
LGBTA coalition asks some invited speakers not to appear at Family Research Council-American Family Association event
Stage - Published on: Sept 6, 2012
MaryBeth Wise plays a woman discovering her body and herself in Theater J's ''Body Awareness''
News - Published on: Sept 4, 2012
If signed into law, California will have nation's first law prohibiting licensed clinicians from treating minors with ''conversion therapy''
Stage - Published on: Aug 30, 2012
The Chicken Ranch charmer is predictably pleasing, while ''Totem'' will have you on the edge of your seat
Opinion - Published on: Aug 30, 2012
Good political strategy recognizes well-placed restraint
News - Published on: Aug 16, 2012
Suspect in FRC shooting is Virginia man who volunteered for The DC Center
News - Published on: Aug 16, 2012
Southern Poverty Law Center counters that ''hate group'' label fully warranted
News - Published on: Aug 16, 2012
Three co-defendants, on varying degrees of release, scheduled for another felony status conference; no bias charges filed yet
Stage - Published on: Aug 9, 2012
Once you meet the Weston family, you just might want to call your parents to make sure they know you love them
Opinion - Published on: Aug 9, 2012
At some point, that fault you find in others is your own
News - Published on: Aug 8, 2012
NGCLCC names CAGLCC ''LGBT Chamber of the Year'' at Chicago conference
News - Published on: Aug 6, 2012
D.C.'s Latino GLBT History Project establishes new post, elects Esther Hidalgo
Events - Published on: Aug 2, 2012
From Waverly to Washington, MidCity Welcomes Dog Days
Music - Published on: July 19, 2012
Hot Chip puts its electronic-pop music upfront
Stage - Published on: July 19, 2012
''The Addams Family'' is a torture -- not just for the characters onstage -- but for those audience members who choose to endure it
Poll - Published on: July 16, 2012
News - Published on: July 13, 2012
SPLC backs couple and photographer after Falls Church-based Public Advocate sends doctored engagement photo in anti-gay mailer
Film - Published on: July 12, 2012
Behn Zeitlin has made a gorgeous film that's not only technically impressive, but beams with optimism about the human condition
Feature Story - Published on: July 12, 2012
Gay Men's Health Summit
News - Published on: July 9, 2012
Judge finds probable cause, issues varying release conditions after defense lawyers grill MPD detective
Feature Story - Published on: July 5, 2012
With ''The Normal Heart,'' Arena Stage is putting Patrick Breen and Luke Macfarlane -- two out LGBT actors -- center stage
News - Published on: July 5, 2012
Preliminary hearing continued to July 9 as defendants' attorneys consider offer
Stage - Published on: June 28, 2012
A Pims or two at the Sidney Harman bar, and you'll find much to savor in this crowd pleaser of a season-closer, ''The Merry Wives of Windsor''
Film - Published on: June 28, 2012
With skin, bromance and just enough story to pull you along mindlessly, ''Magic Mike'' is better than you expect
Feature Story - Published on: June 28, 2012
The B-52s singer answers our Coverboy questions
Poll - Published on: June 23, 2012
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Video - Published on: June 22, 2012
LGBT fans and allies show their appreciation of D.C.'s baseball team
Stage - Published on: June 21, 2012
GALA Theatre's ''Puerto Rico…ˇFuá!'' is pretty much like taking a trip to the island – strange and surprising, but charming
Stage - Published on: June 21, 2012
With a devotion to emotional truth, Larry Kramer engages as much as he lays bare in his AIDS-crisis masterpiece
News - Published on: June 21, 2012
Activists say personal education, honesty, patient-doctor relationships crucial to LGBT health
Stage - Published on: June 14, 2012
An interesting if underdeveloped idea, 'Mr. Burns' is the least-funny reference to 'The Simpsons' you'll ever see
Stage - Published on: June 14, 2012
First You Dream has got more razzle-dazzle than your typical revue
Stage - Published on: June 14, 2012
''Spring Awakening'' is filled with sex and abuse and sadism and abortion, agitated with rock and folk courtesy Duncan Sheik
Opinion - Published on: June 13, 2012
A cheeky display in the Pride Parade turns out more awkward for an uncle than for his nephew
Pride - Published on: June 7, 2012
It's a big weekend in D.C., served up with pride
Stage - Published on: June 7, 2012
Only WSC Avant Bard would mix a Greek classic with an avant-garde play
News - Published on: June 1, 2012
Adam Ebbin and Mary Washington to attend elite summer development program at Harvard's Kennedy School
Stage - Published on: May 31, 2012
''Bachelorette'' makes for an awfully vulgar, awfully funny 90 minutes of bite – but it's far from bitter
Stage - Published on: May 31, 2012
Arena's tinkering with tried-and-true ''Music Man'' may leave you scratching your head at points, yet still manages to impress
Stage - Published on: May 31, 2012
Thanks to Parker Esse, everyone gets the dancing bug at Arena Stage
News - Published on: May 31, 2012
Infamous ''fence'' pastor both challenged and supported, while an Oregon psychiatrist faces complaint and Biola gets a gay group
Stage - Published on: May 24, 2012
As Signature's ''Xanadu'' becomes a delightful destination, glitches pale next to the dominant pleasures
Stage - Published on: May 24, 2012
Lonely Planet's message finds clear focus, while Metamorphoses is long on dazzle and short on substance
Stage - Published on: May 24, 2012
Signature Theatre's ''Xanadu'' has more gay appeal than the Broadway original
Stage - Published on: May 24, 2012
If you like your slapstick shameless and your gags spelled out, yelled and repeated, ''Servant of Two Masters'' is pants-wettingly funny
News - Published on: May 24, 2012
Malawi's Banda makes historic pledge, while Amnesty takes on anti-gay animus in three countries
Stage - Published on: May 18, 2012
If you can't keep up with the overabundance of characters, Meal's message will get lost in the details
Opera - Published on: May 17, 2012
As an opera of the heart, WNO's ''Werther'' delivers the passion, however overblown
Poll - Published on: May 14, 2012
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Stage - Published on: May 12, 2012
Despite a lackluster Matthew Broderick, the Tony-nominated ''Nice Work If You Can Get It'' is a sure-fire spectacle
Stage - Published on: May 12, 2012
Though there are flaws in End of the Rainbow, there's nary a flaw in Tracie Bennett's portrayal of Judy Garland
Stage - Published on: May 10, 2012
Folger's ''Shrew'' is an uneasy marriage between a tale told in Elizabethan verse and actors evoking Disney's Frontierland
Stage - Published on: May 10, 2012
Constellation takes a dip in the pool
Stage - Published on: May 9, 2012
It takes a big leap of faith to buy into the fanciful Broadway musical ''Leap of Faith''
Poll - Published on: May 8, 2012
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Dance - Published on: May 3, 2012
Baltimore native Nile Russell was all ready to give up dancing before he discovered the dance company Pilobolus
Poll - Published on: May 3, 2012
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Film - Published on: May 2, 2012
Magnificently helmed by Joss Whedon, ''The Avengers'' is a gargantuan joy, so see it in the largest, loudest theater you can find
Stage - Published on: Apr 26, 2012
Despite Signature's admirable effort, the somber notes of this French play on playground bullying lose something
Stage - Published on: Apr 26, 2012
Fifteen homeless women make their Kennedy Center debut in Theatre Lab show
Opinion - Published on: Apr 26, 2012
Regardless of faith, advocates of social justice have reason to applaud LCWR
Stage - Published on: Apr 25, 2012
The LGBT community was well-represented at annual Helen Hayes Awards
News - Published on: Apr 20, 2012
Finalizing its bid to secure space in the Reeves Center, The DC Center seeks signatures ahead of April 26 deadline
Music - Published on: Apr 19, 2012
Compassionate cabaret/pop artist Nellie McKay has displayed impressive musical versatility in her decade-long career
Poll - Published on: Apr 16, 2012
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Music - Published on: Apr 12, 2012
Anthony Rapp, one of the first openly gay leading men on Broadway, is still mining his ''Rent'' success
Stage - Published on: Apr 12, 2012
Synetic's 'Shrew' overflows with bright color, stark lighting, emotive music and, as always, stunning choreography
Stage - Published on: Apr 12, 2012
Local Latino artists ''occupy'' the GALA Theatre this weekend
Poll - Published on: Apr 11, 2012
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Poll - Published on: Apr 7, 2012
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Stage - Published on: Apr 4, 2012
Landless Theatre Company spoofs the musical ''Spider-Man''
Stage - Published on: Apr 4, 2012
Shakespeare Theatre Company masterfully captures the breadth and nuance of O'Neill's story of a woman wounded and those affected by her scars
Dance - Published on: Apr 4, 2012
The Washington Ballet's forthcoming ''Alice'' is both a massive production and a massive hit
Feature Story - Published on: Apr 4, 2012
The applause began when Michael Kahn joined the Shakespeare Theatre Company. Twenty-five years later, it's louder than ever.
Opinion - Published on: Apr 4, 2012
Coming out as parents of a transgender child was our way to spread a message of love and support to other families
News - Published on: Mar 29, 2012
Caleb Laieski lands post with Phoenix mayor's office, while Georgia high school student president sues over firing
Video - Published on: Mar 29, 2012
LGBT prom partiers share why this second chance event is better than high school
News - Published on: Mar 27, 2012
Celebration of Jared Neff's life to take place April 10
Stage - Published on: Mar 25, 2012
You can't help put feel cheated by what they decided not to show in the middling Off-Broadway revival of 'Carrie'
Stage - Published on: Mar 23, 2012
A show in a show may have an apropos nesting-doll quality, but the prize inside is merely acceptable
Stage - Published on: Mar 23, 2012
Ford's Theatre's musical retelling of the Colonies' revolt features strapping statesmen and a South Carolina showstopper
Film - Published on: Mar 22, 2012
''The Hunger Games'' allows for social commentary and the very kind of mindless bloodshed it's allegedly trying to decry
News - Published on: Mar 20, 2012
Area's LGBT chamber of commerce names honorees ahead of April 20 dinner
News - Published on: Mar 16, 2012
Pro-LGBT organization counters ''ex-gay'' organization's claims as Montgomery County considers changes to flier-distribution guidelines
Stage - Published on: Mar 15, 2012
''How to Disappear'' is too long, too manic and, ultimately, too obvious to justify all of its spectacle and spasms
Music - Published on: Mar 15, 2012
Will Gartshore offers a cabaret inspired by recent life events
Stage - Published on: Mar 15, 2012
Audra McDonald is extraordinary in Broadway's new ''Porgy and Bess,'' which is shorter, more racially sensitive than ever
News - Published on: Mar 14, 2012
Shakespeare Theatre's Jared Neff, 30, dies suddenly
Stage - Published on: Mar 8, 2012
David Ives's portrait of a city and citizen in crisis features sharply crafted language and a star turn by Alexander Strain
Poll - Published on: Mar 3, 2012
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News - Published on: Mar 2, 2012
UPDATE: Planned March 3 service ''on hold''
Feature Story - Published on: Feb 23, 2012
From Hollywood's golden age to John Waters's trash cinema, the camp films that define a genre
Music - Published on: Feb 23, 2012
Lesbian folk singer Toshi Reagon is never getting married
Stage - Published on: Feb 21, 2012
Multimedia artist Kent Monkman's alter ego, Miss Chief Eagle Testickle, making U.S. debut at NMAI
News - Published on: Feb 16, 2012
Scarlet's Bake Sale harnesses kinky cooks for fundraiser
Stage - Published on: Feb 16, 2012
The most current Kinsey Sicks' political parody gets old fast
Stage - Published on: Feb 16, 2012
No Rules' adaptation of ''Peter Pan'' is more imaginative than most productions
Stage - Published on: Feb 16, 2012
Constellation's latest production is hard to warm to
Stage - Published on: Feb 16, 2012
With ''Next Fall,'' Geoffrey Nauffts explores matters of life and death with an extreme lack of nuance
Feature Story - Published on: Feb 9, 2012
Tom Story and Chris Dinolfo aren't just portraying a gay couple onstage in ''Next Fall,'' they're living it as well
Stage - Published on: Feb 9, 2012
Michael Lluberes's new, dark adaptation of ''Peter Pan'' draws on author J.M. Barrie's relationship with his mother
Film - Published on: Feb 3, 2012
With ''The Inkeepers,'' Ti West provides minimalist horror with slow-burning scares and unbearable tension
Stage - Published on: Feb 3, 2012
P.J. Paparelli's reimagines Shakespeare's comedy as a tragic destination with too much bloodshed
Poll - Published on: Feb 3, 2012
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Stage - Published on: Feb 2, 2012
The Kinsey Sicks try to be funnier than Michele Bachmann
Stage - Published on: Feb 2, 2012
In ''The Elephant Room,'' the humor is outlandish, cool irreverent and nerdy – plus there's fun and funky magic
Opinion - Published on: Feb 2, 2012
Gov. Brewer's finger-wagging performance is the latest sideshow in the anti-Obama circus
Opinion - Published on: Feb 2, 2012
As a child, I learned that being gay meant being alone; as a gay man, my community has taught me a better lesson
Stage - Published on: Feb 1, 2012
In ''Wit,'' now playing on Broadway, Cynthia Nixon reveals herself to be an incredibly expressive actor of great range
Stage - Published on: Jan 26, 2012
A memorable role in the film Camp set Robin de Jesús on an acting path that has already garnered two Tony nominations
Video - Published on: Jan 26, 2012
Interviews with reality stars from ''The Real L Word'' and others at Cobalt
News - Published on: Jan 24, 2012
Lorelei Kilker will be attending tonight's State of the Union for fighting workplace discrimination, but her attendance also highlights ongoing LGBT limits
Poll - Published on: Jan 24, 2012
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News - Published on: Jan 23, 2012
Maryland governor's legislative agenda includes push to legalize same-sex unions
News - Published on: Jan 20, 2012
Marriage equality advocates recruit volunteer phone-bankers to identify supporters for legislative push and possible referendum
Music - Published on: Jan 19, 2012
Courting gays is not the only thing distinguishing The Wanted, a UK pop sensation, from boy bands of yore
Stage - Published on: Jan 19, 2012
Rita McKenzie pays tribute to Broadway powerhouse Ethel Merman
Stage - Published on: Jan 19, 2012
With ''Little Murders,'' TACT delivers on Feiffer's clever and amusing fantasy of an urban middle-class meltdown
News - Published on: Jan 19, 2012
Matt Bronson towered over a competitive field at this year's MAL
Video - Published on: Jan 19, 2012
MAL 2012: Participants of Leather Weekend
Poll - Published on: Jan 19, 2012
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News - Published on: Jan 17, 2012
With the 90-day clock ticking down, Maryland's advocates say they are leaving 'no stone unturned' in the effort to pass marriage equality
Poll - Published on: Jan 16, 2012
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Stage - Published on: Jan 12, 2012
After watching Donald Margulies's stunning play, you just might walk away contemplating changes in your own life.
Opinion - Published on: Jan 12, 2012
Whatever your conventions, you have kinship with the kinky crowd
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 12, 2012
Mid-Atlantic Leather 2012: Dances and Parties
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 12, 2012
Mid-Atlantic Leather 2012: DJ Quentin Harris
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 12, 2012
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 12, 2012
Mid-Atlantic Leather 2012: BHT's charitable giving
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 12, 2012
MAL 2012: Mr. MAL Judges
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 12, 2012
MAL 2012: Centaur MC's Exhibit Vendors
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 12, 2012
D.C.'s leather community is busting out for Mid-Atlantic Leather's weekend of kinky camaraderie
Poll - Published on: Jan 12, 2012
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Stage - Published on: Jan 5, 2012
It took a lot of persuading to get local arts personality Robert Aubrey Davis to star as Edna in ''Hairspray''
Music - Published on: Dec 29, 2011
Pop music in 2011 was more satisfying than unsatisfying -- but there really was no one else like Adele
News - Published on: Dec 26, 2011
Five new members added to eight continuing members serving as board aims to grow Chamber membership
Poll - Published on: Dec 23, 2011
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Film - Published on: Dec 22, 2011
Spielberg delivers a Tintin for the 21st century with nostalgia for the initiated, thrills for the newcomers
Stage - Published on: Dec 22, 2011
Old-fashioned though it may be, ''Anything Goes'' with Sutton Foster and crew sails all the way to a musical promised land
Film - Published on: Dec 22, 2011
David Fincher has put his personal stamp on a compelling murder mystery, ''Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,'' delivering a film that's exceptionally thrilling to watch
Video - Published on: Dec 21, 2011
Town Danceboutique's visitors answer your favorite Coverboy questions
News - Published on: Dec 21, 2011
Altercation in Northeast leads to non-fatal attack
Film - Published on: Dec 16, 2011
Young Adult is a movie about someone who's supremely unlikeable, but has an odd way of being awfully likable itself
Stage - Published on: Dec 15, 2011
Ken Ludwig is a D.C. lawyer turned famous playwright
Stage - Published on: Dec 15, 2011
''Spoiler Alert'' is an evening of educated, inventive, wildly silly, sometimes potent comedy delivered by a talented ensemble
Stage - Published on: Dec 15, 2011
Forget ''Hairspray's'' casting stunt, it's the supporting cast that gives it life, while Nero would work much better as a one act
Feature Story - Published on: Dec 15, 2011
Moises Navarrete learns a Coverboy lesson of community
Feature Story - Published on: Dec 15, 2011
Kory Davis Prefers Straightforward Over Straight
Feature Story - Published on: Dec 15, 2011
From techie to triathlete, Tyler Coffey is blazing all kinds of trails
Video - Published on: Dec 15, 2011
Join host Ebone Bell as she goes behind the scenes at the Coverboy of the Year photo shoot at the 9:30 Club
Poll - Published on: Dec 13, 2011
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Video - Published on: Dec 13, 2011
Your top 3 choices from our Nightlife Coverboy contest revealed
Music - Published on: Dec 7, 2011
''Arlen Blues & Berlin Ballads'' offers much gay appeal
Stage - Published on: Dec 7, 2011
''Much Ado'' is the Bard for a modern audience done right – ridiculously fun, yet completely about the language and wit
Poll - Published on: Dec 2, 2011
There's no Shame in any of these Michael Fassbender films.
Dance - Published on: Dec 1, 2011
Edwin Aparicio puts the focus on men in flamenco
Music - Published on: Dec 1, 2011
The carol spirit hits the choral capital of the U.S.
Film - Published on: Nov 23, 2011
'The Muppets' may operate from a common conceit, but it has freshness and grit, while 'My Week with Marilyn' is nothing if not fun
Stage - Published on: Nov 23, 2011
Making a welcome return to the National Theatre, 'Jersey Boys' is as crowd-pleasing as a Broadway show gets
Feature Story - Published on: Nov 17, 2011
The DC Eagle's 40 Years of Flight
Film - Published on: Nov 17, 2011
Alexander Payne's latest, ''The Descendants,'' is a movie about what families are stuck with and how they manage to figure it out
Stage - Published on: Nov 10, 2011
Jason Stuart is doing what he can to help increase the number of gay actors and comedians in show business
Stage - Published on: Nov 10, 2011
Studio's Golden Dragon is a visceral, emotional rush, while Theater J mines intellectually complex territory with Miller's After the Fall
Film - Published on: Nov 4, 2011
''Tower Heist'' aims so broadly, it doesn't have a target audience as much as a supreme unified theory of box-office gross attraction; plus ''Like Crazy'' questions love
Feature Story - Published on: Nov 3, 2011
Forum Theatre offers a staged reading of ''The Normal Heart'' featuring many of D.C.'s finest actors
News - Published on: Nov 3, 2011
Gallaudet student throwing himself in Mr. Gay arena
Stage - Published on: Oct 27, 2011
Constellation offers an over-the-top satire of war, while Keegan takes on witchcraft and Arthur Miller's ''Crucible''
Feature Story - Published on: Oct 20, 2011
Kameny's needs illustrated the vulnerabilities of aging
Feature Story - Published on: Oct 20, 2011
Kameny leaves a national LGBT legacy of leadership, honesty and persistence
News - Published on: Oct 20, 2011
Treatment center honors two for work against meth
Film - Published on: Oct 14, 2011
''The Thing'' is a plodding mess, adding nothing of consequence to its predecessor and taking away anything meaningful
Art - Published on: Oct 13, 2011
Mark Morgan finds art after addiction
Music - Published on: Oct 13, 2011
Alexandria's Birchmere becomes a lesbian hideaway for a weekend
Opinion - Published on: Oct 13, 2011
Values Voter Summit illustrated the rifts within the socially conservative bloc
Stage - Published on: Oct 6, 2011
Studio Theatre debuts a new bare-bones series with an adventurous, sensational new work, ''Lungs''
Stage - Published on: Oct 6, 2011
Adam Gwon solved the mystery of ''The Boy Detective Fails,'' an original musical that is part of his plan for success
News - Published on: Oct 6, 2011
Laurel bar chooses leather titleholder
News - Published on: Oct 6, 2011
Yoga fundraiser to help women with breast cancer readies D.C. debut
Stage - Published on: Sept 29, 2011
'Parade' marches to the beat of a particularly bleak (and real) drummer, while Fela! tells of a creative and political awakening
Stage - Published on: Sept 29, 2011
Arena Stage gives life to Childress's incredible 1955 play, while GALA goes to war
Stage - Published on: Sept 29, 2011
In his one-man show, E. Patrick Johnson is determined to blend the bitter with enough of the sweet to keep you fully engaged.
News - Published on: Sept 27, 2011
Vandals disrupt LGBT community center's phone and Internet
News - Published on: Sept 23, 2011
LGBT community center prepares its biggest fundraiser of the year
Stage - Published on: Sept 22, 2011
No Rules' Stop Kiss would be a must-see production on its own merit, but recent queer bashings make it even more relevant
Stage - Published on: Sept 22, 2011
In Alan Bennett's new play, greatness and the mundane all come from the same place -- showing up every day to get the job done
Stage - Published on: Sept 22, 2011
Signature plunges headfirst into the moody and macabre with a pair of darkly delightful, entertaining musicals
Stage - Published on: Sept 22, 2011
Diana Son's 'Stop Kiss' is still relevant 13 years after its off-Broadway debut
News - Published on: Sept 22, 2011
Allen Lerch takes Rehoboth leather title
Opinion - Published on: Sept 22, 2011
At a crossroads, one road could take America to River City
News - Published on: Sept 22, 2011
In an anti-gay fundraising letter, Loudon Co. supervisor claims to have been beaten for his beliefs
Feature Story - Published on: Sept 21, 2011
As ''Don't Ask, Don't Tell'' ends, servicemembers past, present and future wake to a world with one less piece of official discrimination
Feature Story - Published on: Sept 20, 2011
DADT's repeal is a moment of reflection for those who have been at the front of the fight for open military service for decades
Stage - Published on: Sept 15, 2011
Floyd King and Nancy Robinette are great, but the adaptation of Heir Apparent relies too much on SNL-style modern references
News - Published on: Sept 15, 2011
Black LGBT organization readies for annual 'Out on the Hill'
Opinion - Published on: Sept 1, 2011
King's language brought out the best in Americans
News - Published on: Aug 26, 2011
Washington's LGBT community joins in celebrating dedication of Martin Luther King Jr. memorial
Film - Published on: Aug 25, 2011
While the original Don't Be Afraid of the Dark may haunt producer Guillermo del Toro, his remake falls short
Film - Published on: Aug 18, 2011
Unless you're going for laughs, you may want to bypass the latest barbarian at the cinema gates
Stage - Published on: Aug 18, 2011
Currently starring in 'Uncle Vanya,' Hugo Weaving is best remembered in the gay community for his role in 'Priscilla'
Clublife - Published on: Aug 11, 2011
Camp 2011 just may be the first gay circuit party at a campground -- almost like summer camp as a kid
News - Published on: Aug 11, 2011
Stonewall Kickball announces $3,472 for The Center with past season's ''Drag Ball''
Opinion - Published on: Aug 11, 2011
Pleading with God to fix what ails America insults both democracy and the divine
News - Published on: Aug 4, 2011
La Raza honors lesbian Latina member of its board
News - Published on: July 28, 2011
SAGE Metro DC launches program to aide LGBT seniors in need of companionship
News - Published on: July 28, 2011
Leaders in fight against HIV/AIDS announce plan for march to coincide with AIDS 2012
Film - Published on: July 22, 2011
Captain America has potential but winds up as little more than a two-hour trailer for next summer's The Avengers
Stage - Published on: July 21, 2011
Marc Acito's gay penguin play is based on the most banned book in the nation
Stage - Published on: July 21, 2011
Studio examines the legend of Andy Warhol, while Unexpected Stage devises an afterlife for his cohort Candy Darling
Video - Published on: July 21, 2011
Star of Showtime's 'The Real L Word' discusses L.A. lesbians
Video - Published on: July 21, 2011
Visitors to Lure DC at Cobalt offer their opinions about area parties for women
Music - Published on: July 14, 2011
Signature Theatre offers a summer toast to cabaret
Stage - Published on: July 14, 2011
Merchant of Venice remains among the bard's most dreary plays.
Stage - Published on: July 14, 2011
If you can stomach the cheese, the noise and the poop jokes, Rock of Ages has a couple gay twists that'll amuse
Stage - Published on: June 23, 2011
GALA struggles to keep the audience enthralled with its new musical, a dry, academic exercise in storytelling
Stage - Published on: June 16, 2011
Studio's Venus in Fur is an exceptionally sharp theatrical exercise in the hands of David Ives and David Muse
Stage - Published on: June 9, 2011
'Priscilla' and 'Mormon' are two of the most enjoyable shows on Broadway right now and are both must-see musicals for gays
Stage - Published on: June 9, 2011
Synetic's 'Don Quixote' is theater that engages the soul with a magical daring you won't find elsewhere
Opinion - Published on: June 9, 2011
In the stadium and on the streets, this gayest of months in D.C. is a time for our community to shine with Pride
Business - Published on: June 2, 2011
Pride season is an excellent time to use the lessons of the swoosh and the golden arches
Music - Published on: June 2, 2011
Matthew Morrison offers a debut album that seems like an also-ran in the flooded market of Glee-related memorabilia
Clublife - Published on: June 2, 2011
Now in its sixth year, DC Leather Pride offers a full range of nightlife activities
Feature Story - Published on: June 2, 2011
Since childhood, award-winning playwright Robert O'Hara has marshaled the means to tell wondrous tales
News - Published on: May 26, 2011
Gay Ugandan living in D.C. wins asylum in the U.S.
News - Published on: May 26, 2011
Four pride celebrations precede Capital Pride pinnacle
News - Published on: May 24, 2011
Frank Bruni named first out gay op-ed columnist in New York Times' history
Opinion - Published on: May 19, 2011
The flurry of news about gays and pro sports may be a sign that things are finally changing for the better
Stage - Published on: May 19, 2011
The concept may seem peculiar, but Constellation's The Green Bird soars to unexpected and wonderful heights
Stage - Published on: May 19, 2011
The Moscows brings the easy laughs to the stage, but shies away from the harder issues at which it only hints
Books - Published on: May 12, 2011
Family bond leads to OutWrite event at The Center
Stage - Published on: May 12, 2011
Fancy late-night drama? Check out Theatre Lab next week
Stage - Published on: May 12, 2011
Some may not get exactly what they expect at Signature's Side By Side, but every Sondheim fan will leave satisfied
Stage - Published on: Apr 28, 2011
Adventure Theatre's Michael Bobbitt has a goal of improving theater for everyone – especially children
Feature Story - Published on: Apr 28, 2011
On the occasion of its 50th anniversary, Mame Dennis tells the story of the Academy's founding
Opera - Published on: Apr 21, 2011
Matt Boehler performs in Wolf Trap's latest opera commission, the political comedy 'The Inspector'
Stage - Published on: Apr 21, 2011
Even with a few rough edges, 'Stage Door' remains a faithful and entertaining perspective on an America that still speaks to us
Opinion - Published on: Apr 21, 2011
As the fight for gay immigration equality shifts, the White House has the power to stop deportations now
Feature Story - Published on: Apr 21, 2011
'The Fabulous Beekman Boys' may be gay gentlemen farmers, but they're also farmers with a purpose
Video - Published on: Apr 15, 2011
Mayor Vincent Gray and Michael Kahn of Shakespeare Theatre deliver inspiration to DC's gay business leaders, professionals
Stage - Published on: Apr 14, 2011
In GALA's latest, three strangers move away from the edge while over at Studio, they're leaping right over the cliff
Opinion - Published on: Apr 14, 2011
How do you measure the growth and maturity of the video game industry? Gay elf boyfriends
Stage - Published on: Apr 7, 2011
Ford's Theatre's new musical Liberty Smith takes a little liberty to make American history entertaining
Stage - Published on: Mar 31, 2011
Signature Theatre's new show isn't a love letter to the American musical, and neither is Woolly Mammoth's to Apple
Video - Published on: Mar 25, 2011
How will Don't Ask Don't Tell repeal change the lives of gay servicememembers
Stage - Published on: Mar 24, 2011
Lizan Mitchell heads up an all-Black cast in Round House's luminous, evocative The Trip to Bountiful
Feature Story - Published on: Mar 17, 2011
Spring Arts 2011
Stage - Published on: Mar 16, 2011
Theater J's revival of The Chosen gets a tremendous boost from a staging in Arena's in-the-round Fichandler
Film - Published on: Mar 10, 2011
Straddling the genres of romance and science fiction, The Adjustment Bureau never truly finds solid ground
Clublife - Published on: Mar 10, 2011
New York's Black Party returns with a full weekend of events and a musical odyssey, capped by Danny Tenaglia
Feature Story - Published on: Mar 10, 2011
Funny, blunt, and opinionated, Edward Albee has something to say on everything from gay marriage to the state of theater to even The Golden Girls
Clublife - Published on: Mar 3, 2011
The Real L Word's Rose Garcia stirs things up at the Hippo's new party, Spin
Feature Story - Published on: Mar 3, 2011
David Winer and Josh Hahn make their local restaurant chain, EatWellDC, family-run by design
News - Published on: Mar 3, 2011
Mayor creates new HIV/AIDS entity, while groups struggle to secure condoms
Music - Published on: Feb 24, 2011
Imani Winds brings diversity to classical music
Stage - Published on: Feb 24, 2011
Engaging and evocative, Juno and the Paycock is a knowing and close-knit tale of early 20th century Irish lives
Stage - Published on: Feb 17, 2011
With a solid cast and an elaborate set, you'll be a bit heady from all the goings-on in On The Razzle
News - Published on: Feb 16, 2011
Maryland marriage bill is scheduled for committee vote in state Senate on Thursday, Feb. 17
News - Published on: Feb 14, 2011
Two new senators express support for Maryland marriage bill
Stage - Published on: Feb 3, 2011
Arena Stage offers a truly stunning Arabian Nights, while Folger's Comedy of Errors brings on the slapstick
Music - Published on: Feb 2, 2011
Gay Men's Chorus salutes LGBT officers, including Mike Almy
Stage - Published on: Jan 27, 2011
One of the first out comics, Suzanne Westenhoefer is now one of the most popular lesbians on the comedy circuit
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 27, 2011
Playwright and performer Anna Deavere Smith has made a career of telling other people's stories
Opinion - Published on: Jan 27, 2011
Despite the lure of big speeches, we have to remember that political victories mean more than achieving a sound bite
Video - Published on: Jan 25, 2011
The impact of Matthew Shepard's murder discussed at a public forum at Arena Stage
News - Published on: Jan 25, 2011
Obama's State of the Union promised open gay military service this year, but his support for ROTC and lack of support for other LGBT initiatives draws criticism
Film - Published on: Jan 19, 2011
In his latest film, Mike Leigh captures a gratifying and grating year of life that is remarkable for its normalcy
Stage - Published on: Jan 19, 2011
American Century's Beyond the Horizon feels more like an academic experience rather than a theatrical one
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 19, 2011
For Playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney It's All About Community
News - Published on: Jan 19, 2011
Organization selects new executive board and preps for upcoming gala
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 13, 2011
MAL 2011: Revolution
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 13, 2011
Known for lighting work on Atlantis Cruises and the Black Party, Guy Smith is a musical grammarian par excellence
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 13, 2011
Dick and Duane come to MAL with a sole purpose: make the audience laugh
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 13, 2011
Matt Bamford reflects on the pain and pleasure of serving as Mr. MAL
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 13, 2011
Former Mr. MALs view their title as a responsibility to honor and give back to a nurturing community
Stage - Published on: Jan 12, 2011
Studio, Arena Stage and Keegan Theatre tell stories about things that some people feel are better left unsaid
Stage - Published on: Jan 5, 2011
Florence Lacey's Norma Desmond is a legend in her own mind and on Signature's stage
Stage - Published on: Dec 23, 2010
Doug Peck helps make Shakespeare Theatre's garden grow, music directing Candide, the venue's first musical
News - Published on: Dec 22, 2010
News Analysis: As President Obama signs bill to end military's discriminatory policy, he tells the audience – and the country – that ''we are not a nation that says, 'don't ask, don't tell'''
Stage - Published on: Dec 16, 2010
Both the Shakespeare Theatre Company and Woolly Mammoth unwrap a festive bounty of laughs this holiday season
Stage - Published on: Dec 16, 2010
The drag a cappella group the Kinsey Sicks finds increasing popularity in a changing America
Stage - Published on: Dec 9, 2010
Mojo casts a brilliantly dark shadow across the doorstep of Studio's 2ndStage, while Round House crosses the universe
Music - Published on: Dec 9, 2010
Lucy Wainwright Roche carries on her family's musical legacy
Video - Published on: Dec 1, 2010
Interviews with National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Congress attendees
Dance - Published on: Dec 1, 2010
D.C.'s Edwin Aparicio is helping flamenco evolve
Stage - Published on: Nov 25, 2010
The bad guy in The Happy Elf, Michael Rupert is a gay role model in real life
Stage - Published on: Nov 18, 2010
Signature and Studio examine the ties that bind us, one with the Kennedys and the other with crullers
Feature Story - Published on: Nov 18, 2010
Playwright Moises Kaufman of The Laramie Project listens to voices of the living and the lost to tell stories of ourselves and lessons for our future
News - Published on: Nov 18, 2010
The Center hires its first HIV program associate
Stage - Published on: Nov 10, 2010
Arena christens its lavishly renovated space with a lovely -- though not entirely memorable -- take on Oklahoma!
Stage - Published on: Nov 4, 2010
Magnetic Steel Burkhardt leads the cast of 'Hair,' a stunning musical that's equal parts revival and outright rave
Stage - Published on: Nov 4, 2010
Both Theater J and Scena show us the terrors that exist when our homes are invaded by visitors from beyond
Money - Published on: Nov 4, 2010
Career gurus advise on appropriate level of professional gaiety
Video - Published on: Nov 1, 2010
Co-creator of 'The Daily Show' talks with Metro Weekly
Film - Published on: Oct 28, 2010
'Howl' takes a fully artistic approach to the infamous poem, while 'Hornet's Nest' never really amounts to very much
Stage - Published on: Oct 28, 2010
Mummenschanz offers its classic staged 'silent cartoons'
Dance - Published on: Oct 28, 2010
The Washington Ballet's Septime Webre sees resonance in today's struggle for same-sex love in 'Romeo + Juliet'
Stage - Published on: Oct 28, 2010
WIT offers sketches for Rally to Restore Sanity
Stage - Published on: Oct 28, 2010
Signature's 'Fox on the Fairway' feels forced and antiquated, while 'Ameriville' at Round House never misses a beat
Feature Story - Published on: Oct 28, 2010
These spooky places can bring terror to even the bravest of gay hearts
Feature Story - Published on: Oct 21, 2010
The Trevor Project's Charles Robbins on the plight of LGBT youth
News - Published on: Oct 21, 2010
Some gay leaders assess departing DCPS chancellor's tenure
Stage - Published on: Oct 20, 2010
Margaret Cho's making political pals
Music - Published on: Oct 20, 2010
Sweet Honey In The Rock offers socially conscious songs
Stage - Published on: Oct 20, 2010
Constellation's Women is a risky project that ultimately succeeds, while Keegan wonders why fools fall in love
Environs - Published on: Oct 20, 2010
You can go solo on the biggest purchase of your life – but having an agent on your side is a savvy play
Stage - Published on: Oct 13, 2010
A subtle casting choice makes Ford Theatre's quirky and charming Sabrina Fair feel like a contemporary romance
News - Published on: Oct 13, 2010
Gay D.C. blogger attacked in Stonewall Inn bathroom
Stage - Published on: Oct 7, 2010
No Rules brings Charlie Brown vibrantly to life, while Studio 2ndStage's Korean girls are fighting to survive
Clublife - Published on: Sept 30, 2010
PW's Sports Bar adds to its diversity this weekend with its first leather contest
Stage - Published on: Sept 30, 2010
Carefully crafted yet entertaining, witty but tender, The Tenth Man is the kind of drama that re-calibrates the medium
Video - Published on: Sept 15, 2010
BHT's Gay Day at Kings Dominion
Stage - Published on: Sept 15, 2010
Round House's Ripley is darkly alluring, David Muse makes a great first impression at Studio and Falsettos flounders
News - Published on: Sept 15, 2010
Screening of local HIV/AIDS documentary to benefit Latino LGBT youth drop-in center
News - Published on: Sept 14, 2010
Margaret Witt asked for a trial to contest her discharge; now the government is ready to put her relationships under the microscope
Stage - Published on: Sept 8, 2010
Something You Did looks at the frustrating nature of the past and those things that simply cannot be undone
Stage - Published on: Sept 1, 2010
Signature Theatre's Chess does its very best to make you believe that there is nothing sexier than a board game
Events - Published on: Sept 1, 2010
Brother Help Thyself's annual outing to Kings Dominion takes place next Saturday, Sept. 11
News - Published on: Sept 1, 2010
Community members express frustration, anger at crime meeting
Video - Published on: Aug 26, 2010
Bear Happy Hour at Town
News - Published on: Aug 25, 2010
Fall Reception and fundraiser to honor four locals
Opinion - Published on: Aug 19, 2010
NOM's rhetorical grasping at straws shows that equality is closer at hand than may have been expected
Events - Published on: Aug 18, 2010
Sampson McCormick presents a comedy benefit next Friday at the DC Arts Center
Feature Story - Published on: Aug 18, 2010
If all you know of Randy Harrison is Queer as Folk, you don't know Randy Harrison
News - Published on: Aug 18, 2010
Groups join to mark somber transgender anniversaries
News - Published on: Aug 18, 2010
NOM's final stop of its Summer of Marriage took place in the District on Sunday, where it was countered by The Big Commit – and the small but powerful Will Phillips
Opinion - Published on: Aug 18, 2010
Ground Zero backlash shows the ease of intolerance
News - Published on: Aug 12, 2010
The DC Center finally gets a response from the USAO-DC regarding community-service list
Money - Published on: Aug 5, 2010
Whether you're starting or reviving a career, D.C. has lots of LGBT options
Opinion - Published on: July 30, 2010
How one blogger, in tandem with GetEQUAL, made the reluctant transition to activist
Stage - Published on: July 28, 2010
Some of Michael Liscio Jr. and Brent Michael DiRoma's best puppet friends may or may not be gay
Stage - Published on: July 28, 2010
Keegan Theatre punches up the summer with a bit of brilliantly executed horseplay in Noises Off
Feature Story - Published on: July 28, 2010
Kushaba Moses Mworeko left Uganda to seek asylum in America, but now he's living in limbo
Video - Published on: July 21, 2010
Avenue Q's Nicky and Rod tackle some of the best-known Coverboy Confidential questions
Stage - Published on: July 21, 2010
Avenue Q is as funny, surprising and shocking as ever, while Passing Strange is a tempest in a too small teapot
News - Published on: July 19, 2010
New film about lesbian parents prompts therapist at a Veterans Affairs Department clinic to tell New York Post the ''male-female role model'' is likely needed for parenting
Stage - Published on: July 14, 2010
The stage musical of Mary Poppins is just as much for adults as it is for kids; Woolly gets a little ''precious''
Stage - Published on: July 7, 2010
Signature Theatre's annual Sizzlin' Summer Cabaret has plenty of gay appeal
Stage - Published on: July 7, 2010
Theater J's wonderful The Interrogation makes a guy you've probably never heard of completely unforgettable
News - Published on: July 7, 2010
Mayor's Office of GLBT Affairs releases first health report on gay residents, omits trans people
Feature Story - Published on: June 24, 2010
Dan O'Neill and Terry Gerace want gay men to make safer sex a choice for a lifetime
Stage - Published on: June 17, 2010
George Bernard Shaw's Mrs. Warren's Profession speaks with a timeless and, on occasion, starkly insightful voice
Stage - Published on: June 17, 2010
The Trevor Project's James Lecesne stars with Lypsinka in a new adaptation of Legends!
Clublife - Published on: June 17, 2010
Ric Sena has produced New York's Alegria for 10 years
Feature Story - Published on: June 17, 2010
Last weekend's 35th annual Capital Pride offered its largest-ever parade and an unforgettable festival
News - Published on: June 16, 2010
Superior Court jury finds two men guilty of 2009 robbery and attack, with bias enhancement
News - Published on: June 15, 2010
LGBT community center secures space for two years at 13th and U
Video - Published on: June 11, 2010
DC Leather Pride holds its street festival at the DC Eagle
Feature Story - Published on: June 10, 2010
As Studio Theatre's iconic founder Joy Zinoman departs her post, she leaves behind a legacy of great theater
News - Published on: June 10, 2010
Locals make impressive showing at annual Chicago contest
News - Published on: June 10, 2010
D.C. leather bar secures five more years
News - Published on: June 10, 2010
The Center finally gets its reply on youth data, two years later
Film - Published on: June 4, 2010
Get Him to the Greek allows Russell Brand and his out-of-control rock star character to comedically shine
News - Published on: June 3, 2010
Lesbian retired colonel to serve on Defense Department advisory committee regarding women in the armed services
Feature Story - Published on: June 3, 2010
Melissa Etheridge on choosing love over fear, motherhood over mayhem
News - Published on: June 3, 2010
It's not all Capital Pride as smaller festivals cater to the community
Black Pride Guide - Published on: May 28, 2010
Two decades ago, Black Pride showed the community that they had the strength to create change
Film - Published on: May 27, 2010
Sex and the City 2 is like a Magnolia Bakery cupcake -- you know exactly what you're going to get and it's a guilty pleasure
News - Published on: May 18, 2010
Trial begins in Robert Wone murder case with opening statements and emotional testimony from his widow
Feature Story - Published on: May 13, 2010
Art imitates life for gay and straight twin brothers at Signature Theatre
Stage - Published on: May 12, 2010
Theater J's Mikvah is familiar and wonderful, while Constellation's attempt to mount an epic is an epic fail
Stage - Published on: May 6, 2010
Graham Hamilton plays Hamlet with a creeping and dark charisma, while Tom Carman meets his match in Mrs. Robinson
Video - Published on: May 5, 2010
The cast of Fiddler on the Roof raises more than $6,000 for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS
News - Published on: May 4, 2010
LGBT community center given June 18 deadline to vacate 14th Street building
Stage - Published on: Apr 29, 2010
Daring and gripping, Silver Lake looks at the curious, often unfathomable, dynamics between parents and children
Feature Story - Published on: Apr 22, 2010
Queer on Campus
Feature Story - Published on: Apr 22, 2010
Queer on Campus
Feature Story - Published on: Apr 22, 2010
By Will O'Bryan
Opinion - Published on: Apr 22, 2010
Sex and the City returns with a U.A.E. underbelly
Stage - Published on: Apr 15, 2010
The Liar is a gleeful night of 17th Century Farce, while Metamorphosis departs from Synetic's movement-rich norm
Film - Published on: Apr 7, 2010
Despite terrific performances from its stars, The Runaways is oddly monotone; Dragon is a fire-breathing spectacle
Stage - Published on: Mar 31, 2010
Malcolm Gets and John Glover rule the stage in Traviata, while Reasons is a provocative, troubling look at cruelty
Film - Published on: Mar 31, 2010
The remake of Clash of the Titans sacrifices brains for brawn in an attempt to appease the box-office gods
Feature Story - Published on: Mar 25, 2010
With Master Class, Tyne Daly takes on a role of legendary, operatic proportions
Feature Story - Published on: Mar 25, 2010
Gay actors John Glover and Malcolm Gets star in Terrence McNally's The Lisbon Traviata at the Kennedy Center
Feature Story - Published on: Mar 25, 2010
Playwright Terrence McNally on growing up gay, his love for opera, and why he plans to get married in D.C.
Stage - Published on: Mar 18, 2010
The ''comedy thriller'' Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps stops at the Warner Theatre
Stage - Published on: Mar 18, 2010
Arena Stage shines a very bright Light in Crystal City, while Good for the Jews? leaves the audience puzzled
Video - Published on: Mar 18, 2010
Bravo comedian speaks against ''Don't Ask, Don't Tell'' at DC rally
Feature Story - Published on: Mar 11, 2010
Openly gay actor Nicholas Rodriguez ushers Washington into spring with a starring role in Arena's Light in the Piazza'
Feature Story - Published on: Mar 11, 2010
Spring Arts Preview 2010
News - Published on: Mar 10, 2010
Local LGBT students not included in national CDC survey of risk behaviors; District did not achieve adequate response rate for surveys
Art - Published on: Mar 4, 2010
The late, gay painter serves as inspiration for a comedic monologue about Jewish identity now at Theater J.
Film - Published on: Mar 4, 2010
The 2010 Academy Awards will feature a parade of already-anointed winners and a bloated Best Picture category
Clublife - Published on: Feb 25, 2010
Baltimore's Club Hippo will be transformed into an Alice In Wonderland-theme party this Saturday night
Film - Published on: Feb 24, 2010
Adapted from a novel by Robert Harris, Roman Polanski's The Ghost Writer is a political thriller of the highest order
Stage - Published on: Feb 17, 2010
Moliere with an art-house edge, Washington Shakespeare's The Miser is an entertaining way to spend a winter's eve
Stage - Published on: Feb 17, 2010
Pultizer Prize-winning playwright Nilo Cruz desires to open new doors and uncover untold stories
News - Published on: Feb 15, 2010
Two snowstorms and a government shutdown may slow delay DADT repeal efforts, but D.C. marriage equality still on track for early March
Video - Published on: Feb 14, 2010
The D.C. leather community's annual Scarlet's Bake Sale raises thousands for local charities
News - Published on: Feb 10, 2010
Brother Help Thyself announces recipients of its annual giving
Music - Published on: Jan 27, 2010
Stephin Merritt brings his quirky, indie-music group The Magnetic Fields to Lisner
Stage - Published on: Jan 27, 2010
Alan Paul makes Signature Theatre's Wife his own
Stage - Published on: Jan 27, 2010
In The Four of Us, sentences go unfinished and people tend to talk at -- not to -- one another
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 27, 2010
CAGLCC's first executive director, Mark Guenther, talks about economic opportunity and the fiscal benefits of community
News - Published on: Jan 27, 2010
Obama pledges to end ''Don't Ask, Don't Tell'' in 2010; gay and lesbian leaders are cautiously optimistic, stress need for ''concrete'' action
Stage - Published on: Jan 21, 2010
Andrew Long is fantastic in Doug Wright's Wife, while Mike Daisey's Cargo is engaging, funny and thought-provoking
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 14, 2010
MAL organizer celebrates 40th anniversary in 2010
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 14, 2010
Finding Purpose in the Bonds of Community
News - Published on: Jan 12, 2010
Lawyers challenge California's Prop 8 with comparisons to Anita Bryant's ''Save the Children'' campaign of the 1970s
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 7, 2010
Real World's Mike Manning talks about God, government and going both ways
Dining - Published on: Jan 7, 2010
Restaurant Week
News - Published on: Dec 17, 2009
Community center and other LGBT groups working through funding pains
Stage - Published on: Dec 17, 2009
Martha Graham Cracker returns to GALA
News - Published on: Dec 12, 2009
Local LGBT commerce group hires first executive director, Mark Guenther
Music - Published on: Dec 10, 2009
Catie Curtis takes a brief departure into the world of bluegrass
Music - Published on: Dec 10, 2009
Gifts to consider this year from George Michael and Rufus Wainwright to Nirvana, Broadway and jazzy New Orleans
Feature Story - Published on: Dec 10, 2009
Riki Wilchins's ''one trans show'' takes her from serious to stand-up, but her mission stays the same
Travel - Published on: Dec 3, 2009
When weather turns wintery, Amsterdam offers gay travelers culture and hedonism at a discount
Art - Published on: Dec 3, 2009
Dylan Davis combines his two passions -- nightlife and art -- in a weekend-long event
Stage - Published on: Dec 3, 2009
Magical staging brings The Fantasticks to life, but off-kilter performances keep the musical from being totally fantastic
Feature Story - Published on: Dec 3, 2009
Baltimore's legendary John Waters reveals his festive side during the holiday season
Film - Published on: Nov 26, 2009
Moments of horror and suspense alleviate The Road's slow pacing, but mostly we're trudging along with the travelers
News - Published on: Nov 23, 2009
Local activists protest frighteningly homophobic bill proposed in Uganda
News - Published on: Nov 19, 2009
Local leather community remembers icon at Playbill
Stage - Published on: Nov 19, 2009
Signature's revival of Show Boat avoids choppy waters in bringing a Broadway classic to an Arlington port
News - Published on: Nov 12, 2009
Larry Stansbury offered decades of service to the LGBT community
Stage - Published on: Nov 12, 2009
In Keegan's Mice and Men, the tension is high, the tenor is loud, and any hope of nuance dissolves into black and white
News - Published on: Nov 5, 2009
Local gay activist and former head of BHT dies
Music - Published on: Nov 5, 2009
Michael Feinstein pays tribute to the legendary Frank Sinatra
Film - Published on: Oct 29, 2009
Michael Jackson's This Is It is nothing less than a gift to fans, allowing a rare glimpse at Jackson the mortal
Events - Published on: Oct 29, 2009
Forum Theatre ambitiously tackles an AIDS epic
Clublife - Published on: Oct 29, 2009
Gay rapper Cazwell is getting noticed beyond his New York nightlife base.
Stage - Published on: Oct 29, 2009
Theater J's Lost in Yonkers should be greatly applauded while Adding Machine is an incredible night of theater
News - Published on: Oct 29, 2009
Long-awaited inclusion of LGBT people in hate crimes law becomes reality with Obama's signature
News - Published on: Oct 23, 2009
Long-awaited passage of bill tops a week of new LGBT gains at federal level
Events - Published on: Oct 22, 2009
Pam Ann lands at Lincoln Theatre
Stage - Published on: Oct 22, 2009
Brilliantly acted and exuberantly told, Flea is farce done very well, while Psychosis marks an impressive debut
News - Published on: Oct 15, 2009
NBJC announces new executive director, Sharon Lettman
Stage - Published on: Oct 15, 2009
The Alchemist offers some priceless nuggets, but overall lacks the stones to be fully satisfying
Opinion - Published on: Oct 15, 2009
Center Field
News - Published on: Oct 8, 2009
Local pharmacy hosts transgender support group
Music - Published on: Oct 8, 2009
Girlyman provides repeated delights with subtle meanings and sophisticated shifting vocal techniques
Stage - Published on: Oct 8, 2009
Black Pearl Sings! is an exquisite look at the link between songs and history; Jersey Boys is incredibly entertaining
Opinion - Published on: Oct 1, 2009
Center Field
News - Published on: Oct 1, 2009
GLBT medical professionals heading to D.C. for GLMA conference
Music - Published on: Oct 1, 2009
Barbra Streisand's latest is overly refined, excessively mild-mannered, quietly dramatic, and a bit indulgent
Stage - Published on: Oct 1, 2009
Local groups, including Arena Stage, take part in a national, historic theatrical moment
News - Published on: Sept 24, 2009
Community delivers blunt commentary at HIV/AIDS meeting
Events - Published on: Sept 24, 2009
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa breathes some new life in Wilde's classic tale
Feature Story - Published on: Sept 24, 2009
With a new book, Judy Shepard continues her unwavering fight for equality and compassion
Do It! - Published on: Sept 17, 2009
GLBT theater enthusiasts have been attending plays for the past two decades
Stage - Published on: Sept 17, 2009
First You Dream: The Music of Kander & Ebb
Stage - Published on: Sept 17, 2009
Dorian Gray never fails, but it does falter a bit, while Moonlight gives us Pinter the way Pinter is meant to be
Film - Published on: Sept 17, 2009
Matt Damon gives exclamation-point worthy performance in The Informant!, but the movie fails to ignite or excite
Feature Story - Published on: Sept 17, 2009
Fall Arts Preview 2009
Stage - Published on: Sept 10, 2009
Played to the hilt, WSC's campily ironic take on the classic Camille is an evening of knock-down, drag-out fun
Feature Story - Published on: Sept 10, 2009
With months until its MTV airing, gay D.C. is already in the trenches with The Real World
Events - Published on: Sept 3, 2009
King's Dominion is 100% fit for queens (for a night)
Feature Story - Published on: Aug 20, 2009
Washington correspondent Kerry Eleveld of The Advocate talks about the face -- and future -- of GLBT journalism
Stage - Published on: Aug 20, 2009
That's not just a Playbill in your pocket -- you really will be happy to see Signature Theatre's ''Dirty Blonde''
Stage - Published on: Aug 20, 2009
Three funny ladies helm an evening of lesbian laughs
News - Published on: Aug 20, 2009
Harman opens doors to bulk of Reel Affirmations offerings
Environs - Published on: Aug 13, 2009
To be above it all, head to one of these aerial escapes
Opinion - Published on: Aug 13, 2009
Commentary: Center Field
Feature Story - Published on: Aug 13, 2009
Her sassy, brassy persona made comic Wanda Sykes a hit with gays. Her coming out only sealed the deal.
Stage - Published on: Aug 6, 2009
Signature Theatre presents highlights from its upcoming season with an open house
Music - Published on: Aug 6, 2009
Chris Garneau's new album is altogether more confident than his debut, while Jay Brannan makes covers his own
News - Published on: July 30, 2009
The Center targeted for deep cuts as city tries to mend budget
Stage - Published on: July 30, 2009
Strong acting helps sell a farce that has relevance today, in Black Box Theater's first fully staged production
Stage - Published on: July 30, 2009
Local queer production of Gilbert and Sullivan's comic opera 'Iolanthe'
Tech - Published on: July 30, 2009
What to do if going offline prompts a panic
News - Published on: July 23, 2009
Decades-old black GLBT group hoping to harness momentum
Music - Published on: July 23, 2009
Jody Watley brings her voice to the Birchmere
Stage - Published on: July 23, 2009
The post-apocalyptic fairy tale Fucking A is a complicated, multi-voiced minefield that often breaks its own rules
Music - Published on: July 16, 2009
''Dirty King'' finds the previously balls-to-the-wall band The Cliks trying a little too hard to be soft and sweet
Stage - Published on: July 16, 2009
Despite its house-filling, deep-throated gospel and blues voice, The Color Purple is largely comfortable and familiar
Feature Story - Published on: July 16, 2009
How ''Spring Awakening'' Woke Up the Musical
Stage - Published on: July 9, 2009
This year's Capital Fringe Festival features a dozen shows with gay and lesbian themes, ranging from mild to wild
Feature Story - Published on: July 9, 2009
J. Aiden Simon's transgender journey to manhood and happiness
News - Published on: July 9, 2009
Local leather club reaches double digits
Feature Story - Published on: July 2, 2009
The Dallas Principles offer a ''No Delay, No Excuses'' roadmap to GLBT equality
News - Published on: July 2, 2009
DC Center offers new help for locals seeking labor
Stage - Published on: July 2, 2009
Theater J's Ari Roth has ever-so-slightly tweaked Chekhov's 'The Seagull' to make it explicitly, inherently Jewish
Music - Published on: July 2, 2009
Dance Party's pop-drenched rock inspires you to have fun, while Hotspur releases an immediately captivating album
Film - Published on: June 25, 2009
'The Country Teacher' delivers a well-wrought tale of friendship and desire in the European countryside
Stage - Published on: June 25, 2009
Studio partners with Sherman Cymru to offer Welsh play readings
Feature Story - Published on: June 18, 2009
Capital Pride delivers on all fronts
Stage - Published on: June 18, 2009
At GALA Hispanic, Eva Peron rises again -- literally -- in a twisted and funny extension of the story of Argentina
Stage - Published on: June 18, 2009
Theatre Alliance takes flight with Adam Bock's play
Music - Published on: June 11, 2009
Sweden's The Sounds enjoys making music that inspires love and devotion, while Dutch duo Anderson inspires sweetness
Stage - Published on: June 11, 2009
An evening of Valerie Harper as Tallulah Bankhead in Arena's 'Looped' is an evening of pure theatrical magic
Stage - Published on: June 11, 2009
'Fever/Dream' is a pizzazz-filled concoction that skewers corporatism with a generous supply side of laughs
Stage - Published on: June 11, 2009
GALA Hispanic digs up Eva Peron's mummified past
Pride Guide - Published on: June 9, 2009
Valerie Harper is thrilled to serve as this year's Capital Pride Celebrity Grand Marshal
Pride Guide - Published on: June 9, 2009
Maryland House of Delegates
News - Published on: June 4, 2009
Trans, Leather and Latino communities add their own flavors to Pride
Film - Published on: June 4, 2009
The humor that fills ''The Hangover'' is of the rude, crude, vile, riotous, ''spit soda through your nose'' variety
Stage - Published on: May 28, 2009
Were it not for flashes of great performances and ingenuity, it would be easy to dismiss Constellation's 'Crazyface'
Money - Published on: May 28, 2009
Masters of money to offer retirement advice for all ages and incomes
Stage - Published on: May 21, 2009
'Giant' aims for the stars in bringing the Texas-sized tale to the stage, but its story falls short of the mark
Stage - Published on: May 21, 2009
Noel Coward's 'Design for Living' may be a proto-feminist farce, but hints of homo are what steal the show at The Shakespeare
Stage - Published on: May 21, 2009
Valerie Harper channels Tallulah Bankhead at Arena Stage
Black Pride Guide - Published on: May 21, 2009
Celebrating Theodore Kirkland, a founder of Black Pride DC
Stage - Published on: May 14, 2009
Holly Twyford's turn in Tom Stoppard's 'Arcadia' is deeply satisfying, but young Erin Weaver steals the show
Music - Published on: May 14, 2009
Dark, dour and marked by a steady drone, 'Sounds of the Universe' is the best Depeche Mode album since 'Violator'
Film - Published on: May 14, 2009
With Ron Howard's adaptation of 'Angels & Demons,' audiences certainly have more than enough reason to complain
Stage - Published on: Apr 30, 2009
Tom Stoppard's 'Rock 'N' Roll' leapfrogs across communism, socialism, the human soul and Sapphic interpretations
Stage - Published on: Apr 30, 2009
The Kennedy Center's 'Ragtime' is a knockout on every level, while 'Bread of Winter' fails to live up to its honors
Feature Story - Published on: Apr 23, 2009
EDGEWORKS founder Helanius Wilkins makes movement his mission
Stage - Published on: Apr 23, 2009
Fresh on the heels of its first Helen Hayes Award, it would appear that Theater J has another winning show on its hands
Stage - Published on: Apr 16, 2009
Cuckoo's Nest is a brilliant, well-crafted show on every front; Signature fires up a haunting, unexpected musical
Stage - Published on: Apr 16, 2009
The In Series stages an old-style German cabaret
Feature Story - Published on: Apr 9, 2009
Gay Director Chay Yew on Woolly's Antebellum and his own military memories
Stage - Published on: Apr 9, 2009
Woolly's 'Antebellum' is inspired, engaging and utterly disturbing, while Ford's 'Civil War' defies categorization
Film - Published on: Apr 9, 2009
'Sin Nombre' is filled with heart and pain, carrying them off better than most films that have come out so far this year
News - Published on: Apr 2, 2009
Victim allegedly mugged by fellow gay-bar patron
News - Published on: Apr 2, 2009
African-American leaders talk about homophobia in the black church
News - Published on: Mar 26, 2009
DC Fights Back demands increased HIV/AIDS funding at downtown rally
Stage - Published on: Mar 26, 2009
You'd do well to head to Studio to hear the stories Dael Orlandersmith has to tell in her one-woman tour de force
Feature Story - Published on: Mar 19, 2009
Out Broadway Baby Cheyenne Jackson Lends His Talents and Chops to Metro-D.C. PFLAG
Stage - Published on: Mar 19, 2009
If you like scrapbooking and the confident rattle of your Centrum Silver bottle, 'Ion' is the Greek tragedy for you
Stage - Published on: Mar 19, 2009
Defaulting to sound bites and talking points, Theater J's 'Benedictus' feels more workshop than finished work
News - Published on: Mar 19, 2009
DC Fights Back demands increased HIV/AIDS funding at downtown rally
Clublife - Published on: Mar 12, 2009
This year's Black Party in New York promises to be one for the history books
Feature Story - Published on: Mar 12, 2009
Michael Crawford traces his D.C. path from marching to marriage to blogging
Stage - Published on: Mar 5, 2009
Adam Bock's 'The Receptionist' is a deceptively complex work that intends to reinvent the concept of the office comedy
Music - Published on: Mar 5, 2009
U2, The world's most popular band is back after more than four years with a new album that's directionless and disjointed
Film - Published on: Mar 5, 2009
The film adaptation of 'The Watchmen,' Alan Moore's genre-changing comic book, is unlike any superhero epic you've ever seen
Feature Story - Published on: Feb 26, 2009
The man behind the venue celebrates Dining Out for Life and living la vida NoVa
Stage - Published on: Feb 26, 2009
'Dog in the Manger' presents with a complex portrait of a woman almost undone by her personal and societal power
Feature Story - Published on: Feb 19, 2009
Must-see movies from 'Aimee & Jaguar' to 'Wedding Banquet'
Dance - Published on: Feb 19, 2009
MOMIX challenges tradition in its unique dance constructs
Stage - Published on: Feb 12, 2009
Prepare to be entertained, transported, repulsed and perhaps redeemed by Synetic's visual and aural tapestries
Stage - Published on: Feb 12, 2009
Ford's unveils a revitalized space and a beautifully realized new work, while Round House modernizes a myth
Feature Story - Published on: Feb 12, 2009
Accessories and in-store appearances help keep retail relevant
News - Published on: Feb 5, 2009
Brother Help Thyself awards $103,000 to grantees
Stage - Published on: Feb 5, 2009
Suffering from a disparity of tone, Folger's 'The Winter's Tale' ultimately falls short of its creative goals
News - Published on: Feb 5, 2009
Small Business Administration hits Avalon Equity Fund
Opinion - Published on: Jan 29, 2009
Commentary: Stonewall Baby
Stage - Published on: Jan 29, 2009
There's poignancy and even laughter in WSC's 'Cherry Orchard,' but the evening is plagued by a lack of cohesion.
Health - Published on: Jan 29, 2009
Finding a healthy way to navigate a weighty issue
News - Published on: Jan 22, 2009
The GMCW back Groban and Headley
News - Published on: Jan 22, 2009
Group's pressure stops sex party
Stage - Published on: Jan 22, 2009
'Little Dog Laughed' is a fast-paced and bitingly sharp comedy, while 'Seafarer' is done in by an indecisive Satan
Stage - Published on: Jan 22, 2009
Tommy Tune on hits, misses, and the state of theater
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 22, 2009
Celebrating Mid-Atlantic Leather's quarter century in style
Film - Published on: Jan 15, 2009
A horror film comprised of one cliché too many, 'The Unborn' makes morning sickness seem like a picnic in the park
Stage - Published on: Jan 15, 2009
Mike Daisey takes sharp aim at the institution of theater and turns it into a provocative piece of, well... theater
News - Published on: Jan 15, 2009
MAL marks a milestone, while Wayne Nesbitt is remembered
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 8, 2009
'The Little Dog Laughed' mixes heat, heart and homophobia at Signature Theatre
Film - Published on: Jan 8, 2009
Clint Eastwood's latest limps along like a car with a flat tire; 'Benjamin Button' is an epic tale of love and time
Stage - Published on: Dec 18, 2008
With his cunning reinvigoration of 'Les Misérables,' Eric Schaeffer remains the master of his Shirlington house
Stage - Published on: Dec 18, 2008
Blackbird is 'edgy' and 'shocking,' but that doesn't make it good
News - Published on: Dec 11, 2008
GLBT Groups to hold inaugural ball at Mayflower Hotel
Stage - Published on: Dec 11, 2008
'Twelfth Night' is beautifully imagined and played to the hilt of comedy, while 'Alice' is rapture of a visual kind
News - Published on: Dec 6, 2008
MAL organizers say rooms are secure, liquor-law change a boon
Feature Story - Published on: Dec 4, 2008
Dito van Reigersberg's cabaret homecoming at GALA Hispanic Theatre
Stage - Published on: Dec 4, 2008
'Peter ' flies but contends with turbulence, while 'Glengarry' is an antidote for the more saccharine notes of the season
News - Published on: Nov 27, 2008
Local bar celebrates with charity auction and title tourney
News - Published on: Nov 20, 2008
Thousands take to National Mall against Prop. 8 and for marriage equality
Stage - Published on: Nov 20, 2008
Studio brings a wonderful musical to full bloom with a cast that's focused, talented and seamlessly bound together
Stage - Published on: Nov 13, 2008
Landless Theatre's 'President Harding' gets in, has fun with what it can, and makes sure not to overstay its welcome
Stage - Published on: Nov 13, 2008
Don't let the sight of a futon worry you - 'Boom' is one 'ménage a trios' you'll want to join for an evening's fun
Feature Story - Published on: Nov 13, 2008
We Won, We Lost. What's Next for 2009? (Online Extra)
Stage - Published on: Nov 6, 2008
Will Gartshore performs at Round House in Silver Spring
News - Published on: Oct 30, 2008
Suspect flees, unsuccessful in attempt
Stage - Published on: Oct 30, 2008
'Honey Brown Eyes' boasts a strong story, but is hindered by awkward pacing and several unsuccessful performances
News - Published on: Oct 23, 2008
Judy Shepard and local activists reflect on the decade since Matthew Shepard's murder
Stage - Published on: Oct 23, 2008
The Folger Theatre is a brilliant location for 'Henry IV,' and these weeks before the elections, the perfect timing
Dance - Published on: Oct 23, 2008
Aniruddhan Vasudevan performs with Dakshina
Soundwaves (archive) - Published on: Oct 16, 2008
Barack Obama, Rachel Panay, The Killers, Depeche Mode, Franz Ferdinand, NYC's Day of the Dead Party
Stage - Published on: Oct 16, 2008
Helmed by a strong, talented cast, 'Altar Boyz' is likely to be the best faux concert you'll bear witness to all year
Stage - Published on: Oct 16, 2008
Daniel MacIvor may be a clever observer of the world, but in 'A Beautiful View,' his characters never truly touch us
Clublife - Published on: Oct 9, 2008
A venerable feminist open-mike night celebrates 10 years
Stage - Published on: Oct 9, 2008
'Way of the World' is a funny, impossibly complex scramble of double-dealing, shady alliances and adulterous affairs
News - Published on: Oct 2, 2008
Elder Think Tank offers HIV discussion
Music - Published on: Oct 2, 2008
Where folk-rocker Ani DiFranco once stormed, she's now more apt to swing, while The Veronicas tend to make one ill
Stage - Published on: Oct 2, 2008
The riotously funny 'Inishmore' is not a show for folks prone to queasy stomachs or who sport a PETA stickers on their Volvos
News - Published on: Sept 25, 2008
New group's second meeting draws crowd, cops, Council
Stage - Published on: Sept 25, 2008
With men in the women's roles, 'Romeo and Juliet' feels like a novelty performed by a troupe of Elizabethan drag queens
Opera - Published on: Sept 25, 2008
Wildly colorful, full of dance and bare midriffs, Bizet's beautifully melodic opera is gasp-worthy and swoon-worthy
Film - Published on: Sept 18, 2008
'The Women' is a series of linked sketches designed not to develop character but to amplify celebrity moments
Stage - Published on: Sept 18, 2008
A constant, claustrophobic and anxiety-inducing press of a show, 'The Road to Mecca' is a journey well-worth taking
Stage - Published on: Sept 18, 2008
Signature's production of the new musical 'ACE' is a success destined to bring every audience member to their feet
Spree - Published on: Sept 11, 2008
Shopping at Washington, DC's art museums
News - Published on: Sept 11, 2008
Center fundraiser a success
Stage - Published on: Sept 4, 2008
Mark Chalfant of Washington Improv Theater
Stage - Published on: Aug 28, 2008
Jason Grote's crazily entertaining comedy is a surreal, witty, expertly performed opener to Woolly's new season
Film - Published on: Aug 28, 2008
Willfully offensive and wildly funny, 'Hamlet 2' bitch slaps the bard while 'The House Bunny' is dumb as they come
Feature Story - Published on: Aug 28, 2008
DC Bloggers: Laura Varlas and Ben Carver
Stage - Published on: Aug 21, 2008
'bare the musical' at Baltimore's Theatre Project
Feature Story - Published on: Aug 21, 2008
Producer, The Today Show
News - Published on: Aug 14, 2008
The Center tackles tobacco as venues accommodate smokers
News - Published on: Aug 7, 2008
Annual Bear Invasion marks 12th year
Opinion - Published on: Aug 7, 2008
Commentary: Stonewall Baby
Stage - Published on: Aug 7, 2008
Lion King cast performs to raise money for Food and Friends
Stage - Published on: Aug 7, 2008
Two extremely skilled singers furnish Metro Stage's 'ROOMS,' while 'Jerry Springer' twists opera into a shocking, alarming knot
Film - Published on: Aug 7, 2008
A collection of moments, 'Brideshead Revisited' sacrifices a smooth, flowing storyline in the interest of brevity
Clublife - Published on: July 31, 2008
Bella Stassi brings Ladies Tea to Baltimore's Hippo
Environs - Published on: July 31, 2008
MidCity beats the heat with Dog Days sidewalk sale
Feature Story - Published on: July 24, 2008
From 'Esquire' to 'Queer Eye' to Food Network, Ted Allen has juggled a variety of careers -- and he loves them all
Film - Published on: July 24, 2008
Propelled by Heath Ledger's spectacular, disturbing turn as The Joker, 'The Dark Knight' is a grand theatrical experience
Stage - Published on: July 24, 2008
Keegan's lovely production might well be your best chance to experience what an innovative show 'Man of La Mancha' is
Stage - Published on: July 24, 2008
Bobby Smith is Satan in 'Jerry Springer: The Opera' at Studio Theatre
Feature Story - Published on: July 17, 2008
Longtime activist David Mariner talks about his latest post at the helm of The Center
News - Published on: July 17, 2008
GLBT elders avoid re-entering the closet with monthly discussion group
Stage - Published on: July 17, 2008
Eddie Sarfaty brings his comedy to Signature Theatre
News - Published on: July 10, 2008
Meth group's Degan praised by national treatment center
Film - Published on: July 3, 2008
The 'Sex and the City' movie feels like one 'really' long episode of the iconic HBO show. It's a huge letdown.
Stage - Published on: July 3, 2008
Disney's 'The Lion King' is not to be missed, while the politically incorrect 'Red Noses' offers a change of pace
Stage - Published on: July 3, 2008
A Washington native-turned-Broadway success takes on multiple roles
Soundwaves (archive) - Published on: July 3, 2008
Pussycat Dolls, Jennifer Hudson, Jem, Missy Elliott, Ciara, Chemical Brothers
Film - Published on: July 3, 2008
A patchwork of genres, 'Hancock' is not completely successful at any, while 'Wanted' is a pretty-to-watch brain-cell killer
Stage - Published on: June 26, 2008
'This Beautiful City' at Studio Theatre
Film - Published on: June 26, 2008
'Get Smart' is a moderately funny update of the '60s TV show, while 'Love Guru' will leave you annoyed and laughless
Stage - Published on: June 19, 2008
'Irma Vep' is good plain dumb fun for all, while the remarkable 'Beautiful City' asks audiences to look inward
Stage - Published on: June 19, 2008
Sparkling with intelligence and wit, Rene Auberjonois fully enlivens this production of Moliere's 17th century comedy, 'Imaginary Invalid'
News - Published on: June 19, 2008
Sudden death of leather local shocks community
Film - Published on: June 19, 2008
In 'The Happening,' written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan, the big surprise is just how bad the movie really is
News - Published on: June 16, 2008
Former Mr. DC Eagle collapsed suddenly at same venue
Stage - Published on: June 12, 2008
Edward Gero succeeds in embodying Nixon with a performance that actually makes the man likable in his hideousness
Stage - Published on: June 12, 2008
Woolly's 'Measure for Pleasure' is a raunchy sex comedy that punctuates every double-entendre with a rim shot
Film - Published on: June 12, 2008
For the Hulk reboot, director Louis Leterrier wipes the slate clean -- and it's a damn good thing he does
Feature Story - Published on: June 12, 2008
Capital Pride Heroes 2008
Feature Story - Published on: June 12, 2008
Capital Pride Heroes 2008
News - Published on: June 5, 2008
From ''T'' to Latino, the Pride season grows to include greater diversity
Stage - Published on: June 5, 2008
Chita Rivera and George Hearn are surrounded by a cast that rids you of the idea that 'The Visit' is a prolonged duet
Stage - Published on: June 5, 2008
Anne Washburn's intelligent and provocative comedy is given first-class treatment at the Studio Theatre
Pride Guide - Published on: June 5, 2008
Sean Bugg, Noi Chudnoff, Fred Lutz, Heather Mizeur, Bob Summersgill, SaVanna Wanzer
Pride Guide - Published on: June 5, 2008
2008 Capital Pride
Pride Guide - Published on: June 5, 2008
2008 Capital Pride
Film - Published on: May 29, 2008
An indecisive, cluttered script and a formulaic, dull narrative render this Indiana Jones outing a non-starter
News - Published on: May 22, 2008
Six awarded Pride honors
News - Published on: May 22, 2008
D.C.'s first transitional home for GLBT youth to open June 1
Stage - Published on: May 22, 2008
Theater J's 'David' is a musical struggling to find its true voice, while 'Crumble' is a beautifully written piece of work
Music - Published on: May 22, 2008
Donna Summer makes a big return with an appealing new album, while Carrie Bradshaw's return inspires a notable collection
Stage - Published on: May 22, 2008
What should have been a Scandal that sizzles, fizzles on the stage at Folger
Opinion - Published on: May 15, 2008
Commentary: Stonewall Baby
News - Published on: May 15, 2008
Contestants from around U.S. gather for THE
Film - Published on: May 15, 2008
Speed Racer provides all the hallucinogenic benefits of an LSD trip without any of the nasty side-effects.
Stage - Published on: May 15, 2008
The Shakespeare's Roman Repertory sets the action in the intended time and place and is all the better for it
Body - Published on: May 15, 2008
Manscaping above the collar
News - Published on: May 8, 2008
One in Ten honor B.O.I. at annual gala
Stage - Published on: May 1, 2008
The 24th Annual Helen Hayes Awards
News - Published on: Apr 24, 2008
Faith-based organization to hold entertaining fundraiser for HIV/AIDS education and services
News - Published on: Apr 24, 2008
Gay theater enthusiast remembered with namesake award
Environs - Published on: Apr 24, 2008
Whether you're looking to clean or purge, spring is the time to tidy up
Feature Story - Published on: Apr 17, 2008
Circuit Mom returns to D.C. for a very Cherry performance
News - Published on: Apr 17, 2008
David Mariner appointed Center executive director
Opera - Published on: Apr 10, 2008
The Washington National Opera's 'Rigoletto' has everything in place to deliver fuel-injected poignancy but for one subtle element
Stage - Published on: Apr 10, 2008
Fearless and energetic, 'all wear bowlers' reminds us how good it can be when you stop taking yourself seriously
Stage - Published on: Apr 10, 2008
Arena offers two Arthur Miller masterpieces with a shared cast deeply in tune with the playwright's universal voice
Stage - Published on: Apr 10, 2008
'Lord of the Flies' is ultimately harmed by taking things too far, while 'The Happy Time' is a spoonful of pure wonderful
Film - Published on: Apr 10, 2008
Sloppy and uncertain of its aim, 'Leatherheads' lacks a script worth all the obvious effort invested in it
News - Published on: Apr 10, 2008
Rev. Fernando Frontan to speak at MCC
News - Published on: Apr 3, 2008
Taking on domestic violence in the gay community
Stage - Published on: Apr 3, 2008
For 'History Boys,' Studio assembles a cast that holds tight and carries the play forward with no signs of weakness
News - Published on: Mar 27, 2008
The DC Center's Sessa sees slow acknowledgement of gay-related student data
Concert - Published on: Mar 27, 2008
Time hasn't stood still for band's guitarist, John Lilley
Stage - Published on: Mar 20, 2008
Signature kicks off their Kander & Ebb Celebration with a stunning 'Spider Woman,' while 'The Price' is just all right
Opera - Published on: Mar 20, 2008
Although wonderfully sung by the core ensemble, Washington Opera's 'The Flying Dutchman' feels a little under-rehearsed
Music - Published on: Mar 20, 2008
After a 16-year absence, the B-52s has never sounded better, proving they're still tops in the party-rock business
Film - Published on: Mar 13, 2008
Though lacking the star power of the 'Ocean's Eleven' series, 'The Bank Job' is a great heist film that holds its own
News - Published on: Mar 6, 2008
Members of the gay and lesbian community gather to share their recollections about the venues of Southeast D.C.
Stage - Published on: Mar 6, 2008
Aided by the magic of Teller, the Folger's telling of The Scottish Play is thoughtful, deliberate and outstanding
Film - Published on: Mar 6, 2008
'Raider of the Lost Ark: The Adaptation'
Film - Published on: Mar 6, 2008
Unsuitable for anyone, 'Penelope' is a boar
Stage - Published on: Feb 28, 2008
Serge Seiden gives Alan Ball's play a good bath
Film - Published on: Feb 21, 2008
We guess which movies, directors, designers and actors will be rewarded by the Academy at this Sunday's Oscar ceremony
Stage - Published on: Feb 21, 2008
'Six Feet Under' scribe Alan Ball's 'All That I Will Ever Be' is as deep as the hot tub that shows up during Act 1
Soundwaves (archive) - Published on: Feb 21, 2008
Justin Timberlake's dance Grammy, Rihanna, Dame Shirley Bassey
News - Published on: Feb 14, 2008
Annual bake sale raises $12,000
Concert - Published on: Feb 14, 2008
Gay Men's Chorus of Washington presents 'American Masterpieces'
Stage - Published on: Feb 7, 2008
Martin Moran's lovely and elegant Obie Award-winning play, 'The Tricky Part' marks another triumph for Signature's ARK
Sex - Published on: Feb 7, 2008
DC-area shops for a sexy Valentine's Day
News - Published on: Jan 31, 2008
BHT Announces This Year's Grant Recipients
Stage - Published on: Jan 31, 2008
Woolly Mammoth takes on the challenge of bringing entire communities to life within literal steps of one another
Stage - Published on: Jan 31, 2008
A gay comic triple play
Stage - Published on: Jan 31, 2008
Martin Moran brings The Tricky Part to Signature
Stage - Published on: Jan 24, 2008
Mary Zimmerman brings alive Jason's quest for the Golden Fleece with a perfect blend of pizzazz and storytelling
Stage - Published on: Jan 24, 2008
Powered by a remarkable cast, 'Glory Days' is about something very simple, very tangible and absolutely universal
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 24, 2008
Upwards of 2,000 people enjoyed the camaraderie at last weekend's Mid-Atlantic Leather event
Film - Published on: Jan 17, 2008
It's more accurate to call 'The Orphanage' a horror film rather than a scary movie, as the film is simply horrifying
Clublife - Published on: Jan 17, 2008
DJ Warren Gluck returns to MAL's Reaction Dance
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 17, 2008
Mindy Chateauvert helps to preserve a 'legacy of leather'
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 17, 2008
The leather community evolves with the exuberance of youth and the wisdom of age
Music - Published on: Jan 10, 2008
An influence and precursor to Amy Winehouse, Sharon Jones is a great artist worth getting to know on her own terms
Stage - Published on: Jan 10, 2008
As a musical, 'Ella' feels vague, ephemeral and loosely finished; 'The Brothers Size' packs a huge emotional punch
News - Published on: Dec 13, 2007
Meeting at GLBT community center discusses DC's HIV/AIDS report, situation with former Director, calendar listings
Film - Published on: Dec 13, 2007
'The Kite Runner' is touching and terrifying, yet it can't begin to live up to its over-saturated pre-release hype
Stage - Published on: Dec 13, 2007
'The Santaland Diaries' is the fly in the eggnog that reminds us that the holidays aren't all candy canes and hugs
Last Word - Published on: Dec 13, 2007
GLBT news quotes: Mike Huckabee, Queen Latifah, Jodie Foster, Ricky Martin, more
News - Published on: Dec 6, 2007
D.C. Center hosting annual community meeting and holiday brunch
Feature Story - Published on: Dec 6, 2007
After four years, Wallace Acton is back on stage playing a gay icon in 'Edward II'
Film - Published on: Dec 6, 2007
'The Golden Compass' makes a moderately successful play to become the next great fantasy series from New Line Cinema
Stage - Published on: Dec 6, 2007
'Treasure Island' fails to strike a balance and a chord, while 'Avenue Q' boasts exuberant puppets that have sex
Stage - Published on: Dec 6, 2007
Washington Improv Theater hits the right comic note for the season with their funny (and touching) annual holiday show
News - Published on: Nov 29, 2007
Local judge, activist, leather leader Neil Alexander dies
News - Published on: Nov 29, 2007
The Center to hold public forum on marriage equality in DC
Stage - Published on: Nov 29, 2007
'Edward II' is creative, emotional, daring and more than just a tad gay, while 'Fiddler' reminds us that sometimes tradition is tops
Stage - Published on: Nov 15, 2007
The masterful Ed Gero is haunting at Studio, while The Shakespeare opens its grand new space with a stunning epic
Feature Story - Published on: Nov 8, 2007
Romaine Patterson, of Sirius Satellite's 'OutQ,' on the recent Phelps decision, motherhood and her ''two'' Matthews
Opera - Published on: Nov 8, 2007
The WNO presents two stories of men controlled to the point of ruin by their passions, and both are stellar
Soundwaves (archive) - Published on: Nov 8, 2007
The B-52's, Moby, Hot Chip, Paul Oakenfold and Steve Osborne
News - Published on: Nov 1, 2007
SMYAL's annual brunch raises money for -- and awareness of -- its youth center
Stage - Published on: Nov 1, 2007
Imaginavely designed and brimming with energetic performances, 'As You Like It' is an absolute delight.
Stage - Published on: Oct 25, 2007
With the stunning 'Caligula,' the WSC once again shows its skill for keeping an audience on the edge of its seat
News - Published on: Oct 18, 2007
Rockville adoption agency targets gay community
Stage - Published on: Oct 11, 2007
The Shakespeare Theatre Co.'s 'Shrew' is a '50s movie poster, Fellini-esque dream and an MTV video all rolled into one
Stage - Published on: Oct 11, 2007
Performers Steve Connell and Sekou (tha misfit) together walk the edge of something brave, daring and different in 'The World Begins'
Stage - Published on: Oct 11, 2007
Actress Karen Black discusses her films and the DC premiere of her new show 'How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Sing the Song'
Feature Story - Published on: Oct 4, 2007
Chip Arndt, AIDS Walk Washington's Grand Marshal, puts money, muscle and moxie where his mouth is
Film - Published on: Oct 4, 2007
With 'The Darjeeling Limited,' Wes Anderson doesn't just drop us into a different country, but a whole new world
Stage - Published on: Oct 4, 2007
José Carrasquillo discusses 'Cita a ciegas (Blind Date)'
Music - Published on: Oct 4, 2007
As fired up as she may be about the state of the world, an older, wiser Etheridge doesn't need help cooling down
Stage - Published on: Sept 27, 2007
Round House falters somewhat in its staging of a revered novel, while Arena finds that mother always knows best
Stage - Published on: Sept 27, 2007
Synetic's excellent 'Fall of the House of Usher' effectively braids conventional theater with dance and performance art
Film - Published on: Sept 20, 2007
'Across the Universe' uses the songs of the Fab Four as a storytelling device with decidedly mixed results
News - Published on: Sept 20, 2007
James Hormel talks about People for the American Way's GLBT agenda ahead of the D.C. Gala
Stage - Published on: Sept 13, 2007
With a perfect cast and an inventive production, Signature merrily offers up a knockout for its season opener
Stage - Published on: Sept 13, 2007
Director Serge Seiden uses the incredible talents of three actors in 'My Children! My Africa!'' who pour their hearts and souls into Fugard's words
Stage - Published on: Sept 13, 2007
Amy Ziff brings her one-woman show to Theater J
News - Published on: Sept 13, 2007
The Center announces first-ever awards for service
Stage - Published on: Sept 6, 2007
While entertaining, 'The Unmentionables' fails to bring anything new to the issue of America's place in the world
Stage - Published on: Sept 6, 2007
Bruce Ward discusses 'Lazarus Syndrome' at H Street Playhouse
News - Published on: Aug 23, 2007
Maryland to celebrate Chesapeake Pride on Saturday
Stage - Published on: Aug 23, 2007
Bruce Ward's 'Lazarus Syndrome' is a quiet marvel, a play that reminds us how powerful the written word can truly be
Feature Story - Published on: Aug 16, 2007
Phase Fest 2007
Music - Published on: Aug 9, 2007
Thelma Houston's first album in nearly two decades is not what we hoped would result after having to wait so long
News - Published on: July 26, 2007
The 4th annual MASTER/slave conference kicks off this weekend
Music - Published on: July 26, 2007
The Clicks' all-queer debut album is fierce, ferocious and fun
Film - Published on: July 26, 2007
'The Simpsons Movie' remains true to its TV roots while expanding its scope to suit the big screen
Feature Story - Published on: July 19, 2007
'Fringe Festival' director Julianne Brienza says more works being presented for DC's gay and lesbian community this year
Feature Story - Published on: July 19, 2007
Jonathan Padget takes the stage from a new direction with a musical version of 'The Blue Lagoon'
Hearsay (Old) - Published on: July 19, 2007
Nellie's flings open its doors, Baltimore's Hippo turns 35, and a couple of local boys hit the big 3-0
News - Published on: July 19, 2007
Equality Virginia holds its annual conference this weekend
News - Published on: July 19, 2007
Engraving at Dupont Metro dedicated to HIV/AIDS caregivers
News - Published on: July 19, 2007
Gays make headway at veterinary convention
Film - Published on: July 12, 2007
Both 'Harry Potter' and 'Transformers' bring the best of overblown, bigger-than-life movie fun to summer screens
Music - Published on: July 12, 2007
The Chemical Brothers new set finds them having mellowed a bit, adopting warmer, friendlier, funnier textures with more appeal
Opinion - Published on: July 5, 2007
A Town Square Opinion
Feature Story - Published on: July 5, 2007
Eric Schaeffer turned his passion for musicals into Arlington's theatrical crown jewel
Clublife - Published on: June 28, 2007
The Hippo prepares for its birthday bash: Celebration with Junior Vasquez
Stage - Published on: June 28, 2007
Andrew Lloyd Webber's longest-running hit is riddled with despoiled emulations and cheap mockeries of classic opera
Soundwaves (archive) - Published on: June 21, 2007
True Colors concert: Cyndi Lauper, Erasure, Debbie Harry, plus Morel
Stage - Published on: June 21, 2007
'Souvenir' at Studio Theatre
Stage - Published on: June 21, 2007
'Hamlet' may test your patience at times, but if you have some you might find something you like in this effete Dane
Stage - Published on: June 21, 2007
You'd be crazy to miss the musical 'Witches of Eastwick,' while 'Dead Man's Cell' phone offers its own quirky rewards
Books - Published on: June 21, 2007
After 18 years, Armistead Maupin brings back one of his most beloved 'Tales' characters for a moving epilogue
News - Published on: June 14, 2007
Lambda Divers help GLBT health groups
News - Published on: June 14, 2007
Fire takes a toll on an activist's gay archives
Film - Published on: June 14, 2007
'Hostel: Part II' is more than a regurgitation of the first film, but not much lurks below the blood and guts
Stage - Published on: June 14, 2007
A new musical adaptation of 'Summer of '42' captures the nostalgia of an age, but fails to deliver with its music
Stage - Published on: June 14, 2007
Playright Bathsheba Doran's 'Nest' at Signature Theatre
Pride Guide - Published on: June 4, 2007
Pride Guide - Published on: June 4, 2007
Capital Pride 2007: Community Partners
Film - Published on: May 31, 2007
With a cluttered, confounding storyline and a three-hour running time, 'Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End' sinks faster than a three-ton anchor
Film - Published on: May 10, 2007
'The Believers' is at heart an old-fashioned success story of a transgender choir that succeeds against the odds
Film - Published on: May 10, 2007
Hollywood spits out not one, but two, huge clunkers with an unfunny 'The Ex' and an unscary '28 Weeks Later'
News - Published on: Apr 12, 2007
New Director for DC's Gay Men's Chorus; 3 Pro-gay bills pass in Maryland; DC gays march for voting rights.
Film - Published on: Apr 5, 2007
Joseph Gordon-Levitt gives a flawless performance in 'The Lookout,' an otherwise predictable, flawed film
Feature Story - Published on: Mar 29, 2007
Paul Tetreault takes Ford's Theatre in Washington, DC to a new level
Feature Story - Published on: Mar 8, 2007
Alan Cumming and Heather Graham on sex, politics, lesbian chic and their new movie 'Gray Matters'
News - Published on: Mar 1, 2007
Town-hall meeting grapples with meth 'epidemic' in DC's gay community
Feature Story - Published on: Feb 8, 2007
John Epperson, as icon Lypsinka, recreates Hollywood legend, Joan Crawford, at Studio Theatre
Dance - Published on: Feb 8, 2007
British choreographer, Matthew Bourne, discusses his dance adaptation of 'Edward Scissorhands' at the Kennedy Center
News - Published on: Jan 18, 2007
Meth Campaign to Continue
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 11, 2007
One man's take on the leather community, and his place in it
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 11, 2007
Schedule of Events
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 4, 2007
Frank Kameny's Papers, Whitman-Walker shake-ups, Swann Street murder, The Center's celebration, White House Easter Egg Roll
Film - Published on: Dec 21, 2006
Despite a gripping performance from Cate Blanchett, 'The Good German' is an incredibly boring, bland drama
Feature Story - Published on: Dec 14, 2006
2006 Coverboy of the Year: First Runner-Up
News - Published on: Dec 14, 2006
Mary Cheney's baby faces hostile state
News - Published on: Dec 14, 2006
Larry Stansbury stepping down as executive director of Brother Help Thyself
Feature Story - Published on: Nov 30, 2006
Four Washingtonians share their stories of living with HIV
News - Published on: Nov 23, 2006
The Academy finds a new temporary home
Feature Story - Published on: Nov 2, 2006
Fenty may be a shoo-in for mayor, but many smaller D.C. races remain uncertain
News - Published on: Nov 2, 2006
With new grant, programs, The Center maintains pace and looks to growth
Film - Published on: Oct 26, 2006
A tale of revenge and obsession, 'The Prestige' fails to deliver a twist that truly knocks your socks off
Film - Published on: Oct 5, 2006
Buoyed by a remarkable performance from Helen Mirren, 'The Queen' examines how Di's death nearly destroyed a royal line
News - Published on: Sept 28, 2006
GLBT Hispanic Heritage Month observed with reception and exhibit at The Center
Soundwaves (archive) - Published on: July 27, 2006
Janet Jackson, Interpol, The Rapture
Music - Published on: July 27, 2006
Cult-faves New York Dolls make music that's just plain silly, while Hot Chip deserves mainstream attention
Feature Story - Published on: July 27, 2006
With drama and drag, Actors' Theatre of Washington forges ahead
Stage - Published on: July 20, 2006
Actors' Theatre shakes loose the bonds of a button-down city with an evening of oversized comedy and camp
Film - Published on: July 13, 2006
The 'Pirates of the Caribbean' sequel succeeds brilliantly at its misson to entertain us with a big, brazen Yo-Ho-Ho and a bottle of rum
Film - Published on: July 6, 2006
Despite a stunning performance from Meryl Streep, 'Prada' never amounts to more than a heap of lovely, little scraps
Soundwaves (archive) - Published on: July 6, 2006
DJ Ricardo, Out Anthems, Centaur records, RuPaul, Gayest song ever
Soundwaves (archive) - Published on: June 29, 2006
George Michael tour, 'Pirates' remixed, dance-rock from Thom Yorke and Perry Farrell, Eurythmics' Stewart and Lennox
Feature Story - Published on: June 8, 2006
TV and stage actress talks about starring in 'Mame' and 'Cybill'
Film - Published on: June 8, 2006
'The Break-Up' is proof positive that a movie can be about absolutely nothing and still draw an audience
Feature Story - Published on: June 8, 2006
Stage and TV actress discusses role in 'Mame' and 'Frasier'
Pride Guide - Published on: June 1, 2006
Capital Pride's four female headliners bring their gay appeal - CeCe Peniston, Thelma Houston, Kimberley Locke, Rachel Panay,
Music - Published on: Apr 27, 2006
The Ark creates rock with a disco beat and a not-so-hidden message, while punk-propelled Grand National hooks you instantly
Dance - Published on: Apr 20, 2006
Matthew Bourne on his (mostly) male version of 'Swan Lake' and his current choreography work for 'Mary Poppins' & 'Edward Scissorhands'
Feature Story - Published on: Apr 13, 2006
Family Pride Coalition's Jennifer Chrisler on the fight for gay and lesbian families
Film - Published on: Mar 23, 2006
The sensational 'V for Vendetta' seems politically meaty, but it's really just a tale of a wronged man who seeks revenge
Feature Story - Published on: Feb 23, 2006
Daniel Phoenix Singh's culture of dance
Clublife - Published on: Feb 16, 2006
Dyke Night at the DC Eagle celebrates with 3rd Annivesary event
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 26, 2006
Matt Conner's poetical inspiration behind his Edgar Allen Poe musical, 'Nevermore'
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 19, 2006
Scott Harris chosen to be Mr. MAL 2006, plus over 250 event photos
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 12, 2006
Washington's leather community groups come together for Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 12, 2006
Last January, Steve Ranger won Mr. MAL 2005, and spent a year learning the meaning of volunteerism.
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 12, 2006
For over three decades, Mister Marcus has been chronicling the GLBT leather community. He shows no signs of slowing down.
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 5, 2006
2005 Year in Review: DC GLBT service providers experienced budget concerns, gay venues faced obstructions, VA and DC had mixed results on gay marriage, plus more local developments
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 5, 2006
2005 Year in Review: In Memoriam
Feature Story - Published on: Dec 15, 2005
Coverboy of the Year 2005: 1st Runner Up
News - Published on: Dec 1, 2005
Bennett Long is the new Mr DC Eagle 2006
Feature Story - Published on: Nov 10, 2005
After 25 Years, Time Marches On for the D.C. Different Drummers
Film - Published on: Oct 27, 2005
Charlize Theron's grounded portrayal of a woman who fights harrassment gives 'North Country' its soul
Film - Published on: Sept 29, 2005
Jodie Foster proves she can be one tough mother in 'Flightplan,' while Tim Burton creates a stop-motion morgue with 'The Corpse Bride'
News - Published on: Sept 29, 2005
The Center in DC holds gathering of organizations that serve gay seniors
Feature Story - Published on: Sept 8, 2005
A primer for the ins and outs of Atlantic Stampede
Feature Story - Published on: Aug 25, 2005
Michael Sessa on The Center for GLBT in D.C., life in leather, and being outed by 'Oprah'
News - Published on: Aug 18, 2005
A new anti-AIDS campaign, ''5 Days of Action,'' slated to hit D.C. in October
News - Published on: Aug 11, 2005
With building sale, D.C.'s oldest leather bar begins searching for a new location
Feature Story - Published on: Aug 4, 2005
How Marc Shaiman & Scott Wittman landed their dream job of composing 'Hairspray,' took the Oscars to the task of censorship, and rocked live television with a single, joy-induced kiss
Feature Story - Published on: July 7, 2005
A grassroots alliance gains momentum in its fight against methamphetamines
Film - Published on: June 30, 2005
Nora Ephron's update of a TV classic turns out to be pure witchcrap, while George Romero lets his zombies feast away
Feature Story - Published on: June 30, 2005
Sears and Williams embrace Southern, small-town eccentricity with an all-American trilogy
Community Profile - Published on: June 16, 2005
A Community Profile
News - Published on: June 16, 2005
Small fire hits private adult venue
Film - Published on: June 9, 2005
'Lords of Dogtown' pays homage to those who, out of a desire to surf the world's 'concrete waves,' created a phenomenon
News - Published on: May 26, 2005
Leather community holds panel to discuss a 'Tina' drug crisis
Feature Story - Published on: Apr 7, 2005
Vincent Worthington of Trumpet Vine Theatre Company
Feature Story - Published on: Apr 7, 2005
Michael Sainte-Andress takes the lead in August Wilson's 'Fences' at Port City Playhouse
Feature Story - Published on: Apr 7, 2005
Delia Taylor, Jeanette Buck and Holly Twyford discuss 'There Are No Strangers' at Theatre J and the 'gender wall' of the DC theater community
Community Profile - Published on: Mar 31, 2005
A Community Profile
News - Published on: Mar 3, 2005
Open House for The Center, Metro D.C. PFLAG and BHT's new shared office space
News - Published on: Feb 24, 2005
The Center finds a home downtown with PFLAG and Brother Help Thyself
Feature Story - Published on: Feb 17, 2005
Morgan Fairchild discusses Mrs. Robinson, her life in television, and the role of celebrities in social activism
Clublife - Published on: Feb 10, 2005
mothertongue Takes Aim at All Things Valentine
Feature Story - Published on: Feb 10, 2005
Pamela and Kimberly Matthews-Williams
Soundwaves (archive) - Published on: Jan 27, 2005
Bjork, Boy George & the tops in dance for 2004: The Postal Service, Vernessa Mitchell, Madonna, more
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 13, 2005
William Kenneth Collison: July 14, 1964 - January 6, 2005
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 13, 2005
The Leather Exhibit Hall has become one of MAL weekend's best social bets
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 13, 2005
The Mr. Mid-Atlantic Leather title is one of the most prestigious in country. But what does it take to win?
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 13, 2005
Community, crisis and a proposal mark Mr. MAL 2004's year-long run
News - Published on: Jan 6, 2005
Lesbian healthcare could be negatively impacted by recent anti-gay marriage laws
Feature Story - Published on: Dec 2, 2004
Local exhibit uses art and information to explore the city's 20-year history with AIDS
News - Published on: Nov 11, 2004
Some local, gay Kerry campaigners share their post-election emotions
Feature Story - Published on: Nov 11, 2004
DCBC prepares for its ninth annual Bear Invasion
Film - Published on: Nov 4, 2004
'The Incredibles' from Pixar Animation lives up to its title
Dining - Published on: Oct 14, 2004
Connaught Place offers exquisite Indian food in Fairfax, VA
Dining - Published on: Sept 2, 2004
DC breafast restaurants: The Diner and Left Bank in Adams Morgan, Market Lunch on Capitol Hill, Healthbar in Dupont
Feature Story - Published on: Aug 26, 2004
Paris Barclay talks about the Vietnam War, gay marriage, and the fabric of hate
Film - Published on: Aug 5, 2004
A creepy but flawed remake with Meryl Streep and Denzel Washington
Feature Story - Published on: Aug 5, 2004
Michael Mayer and Michael Cunningham's perfect partnership brings 'A Home at the End of the World' to the big screen
Feature Story - Published on: July 15, 2004
Patrick Menasco discusses the effort to build a GLBT Community Center
Feature Story - Published on: July 8, 2004
Jason Hendrix is Washington, DC's first ever International Mr. Leather
Stage - Published on: June 17, 2004
John Epperson reviews his life as Lypsinka in ''Show Trash'' at Studio Theatre
Community Profile - Published on: June 10, 2004
A Community Profile
Pride Guide - Published on: June 10, 2004
The 2004 Capital Pride Theme
Concert - Published on: May 6, 2004
Us Helping Us' Black Mother's Day at the Lincoln Theatre
Feature Story - Published on: Apr 29, 2004
De La Guarda Channels the Energy of Nightlife into an Explosive Stage Performance
Feature Story - Published on: Apr 1, 2004
Olympia Dukakis discusses her acting career, gay marriage, and her new play at MetroStage
Film - Published on: Mar 25, 2004
''Dawn of the Dead''
Music - Published on: Mar 18, 2004
'Queer Eye' soundtrack sacrifice substance for style
TV - Published on: Mar 11, 2004
''Celeste in the City'' on ABC Family Network
Feature Story - Published on: Feb 12, 2004
Dave Singleton Sets Down the ''Mandates''
TV - Published on: Jan 22, 2004
Showtime's L Word is an intriguing lesbian soap opera
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 22, 2004
Over 100 photos from MAL Weekend
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 15, 2004
Glenn Mlaker Revs Up for Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend
Film - Published on: Jan 15, 2004
Charlize Theron plays serial-killer Aileen Wuornos in Monster
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 15, 2004
The Toys of Leather
Community Profile - Published on: Dec 25, 2003
A Community Profile
Feature Story - Published on: Dec 11, 2003
Playwright Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa's Fantastic Journeys
Film - Published on: Dec 4, 2003
Bad Santa, The Haunted Mansion
Film - Published on: Nov 6, 2003
The Matrix Revolutions
Community Profile - Published on: Oct 23, 2003
A Community Profile
Music - Published on: Sept 25, 2003
New music from Kevin Aviance, Becky Baeling, Sarah Brightman
Film - Published on: Sept 11, 2003
Thirteen
Feature Story - Published on: July 24, 2003
Interview with Comic Book Artist Michael-Christopher
TV - Published on: July 17, 2003
The Restaurant on NBC
Film - Published on: July 17, 2003
Pirates of the Caribbean
Film - Published on: June 19, 2003
Hulk
Feature Story - Published on: June 19, 2003
Topher Bellavia and Mark Chalfant of Washington Improvisational Theatre
Feature Story - Published on: June 12, 2003
Washington's Wet Weather Takes a Break for Pride
Film - Published on: June 5, 2003
Finding Nemo, The Trip
Feature Story - Published on: June 5, 2003
Interview with singer Jennifer Holliday
Film - Published on: May 15, 2003
Matrix Reloaded
Feature Story - Published on: Apr 24, 2003
Jerry Herman Bounces Back to Take More Bows
Feature Story - Published on: Mar 27, 2003
42nd Street actor Tom Judson
News - Published on: Mar 27, 2003
Panel Debates Lawrence v. Texas
Concert - Published on: Mar 13, 2003
Sam Harris
Feature Story - Published on: Feb 20, 2003
Interview with playwright & performer Charles Busch
News - Published on: Feb 6, 2003
Did NGLTF Really Join the Anti-War Movement?
Stage - Published on: Jan 30, 2003
The Silent Woman
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 30, 2003
Brother, Help Thyself presents its annual grants
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 23, 2003
PETA Asks the Leather Community to Remove its Clothes
Film - Published on: Jan 16, 2003
An actor's film, 'The Hours' is driven by three leading performances that achieve a cumulative magnificence
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 16, 2003
Interview with Mary Elizabeth Boyd
Music - Published on: Jan 9, 2003
Chicago, Man of La Mancha, La Boheme on Broadway, and more
Film - Published on: Jan 9, 2003
Chicago
Film - Published on: Jan 2, 2003
Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
Concert - Published on: Dec 12, 2002
GMCW's concert: Seasons of Love
Feature Story - Published on: Dec 12, 2002
The MW Interview
Feature Story - Published on: Dec 12, 2002
Melissa Etheridge answers the really important questions you long to know the answers to.
News - Published on: Nov 14, 2002
DC's Piano Bars
Feature Story - Published on: Oct 31, 2002
The MW Interview
Film - Published on: Oct 24, 2002
''The Ring''
Film - Published on: Oct 3, 2002
'Sweet Home Alabama'
Feature Story - Published on: Sept 19, 2002
ASIA Theatre Company's Edu. Bernadino
Soundwaves (archive) - Published on: Sept 12, 2002
The Riddler, Alcazar
Film - Published on: Sept 5, 2002
''The Cockettes''
Film - Published on: Aug 29, 2002
'The Good Girl' and 'Tadpole'
Feature Story - Published on: Aug 22, 2002
The (Hot) MW Interview
Film - Published on: July 18, 2002
''Attack of the Giant Moussaka''
Feature Story - Published on: July 11, 2002
Tim Miller's stand against the I.N.S.
Music - Published on: July 11, 2002
'Into the Woods,' 'Thoroughly Modern Millie,' 'Oliver!' and 'Wonderful Town'
Stage - Published on: June 27, 2002
'In the Boom Boom Room' at Source Theatre
Feature Story - Published on: June 20, 2002
Interview with John Epperson
Feature Story - Published on: Mar 28, 2002
Interview with Shakespeare Theatre's Michael Kahn
Feature Story - Published on: Mar 28, 2002
Eric Schaeffer's meteoric rise to the heights of theatrical success
Feature Story - Published on: Feb 14, 2002
Lesbian actress Lucy Newman-Williams comes out as a playwright
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 17, 2002
Getting ready for Mid-Atlantic Leather 2002
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 25, 2001
Feature Story - Published on: Nov 11, 1999
Singer Geri Halliwell discusses her pop star career with The Spice Girls, going solo, George Michael and the gay community
Books - Published on: Nov 11, 1999
Geri Halliwell's book, 'If Only'
Music - Published on: Nov 11, 1999
Geri Halliwell's album, 'Schizophonic'
Feature Story - Published on: Sept 23, 1999
Danny Pintauro on growing up as a TV child actor, and the reaction of his 'Who's the Boss?' co-stars on his coming out gay in the 'National Enquirer'
Feature Story - Published on: Sept 3, 1998
More than content with conventions of the past, Dixie Carter is still willing to take the journey to become a truly modern, progressive woman.
Feature Story - Published on: July 11, 1996
David Dillon's 'Party' at Church Street Theatre