Not as clever as its title, 'They/Them' fumbles its mash-up of summer-camp slasher pic and queer-conscious social drama.
'Prey' pumps blood back into the Predator franchise with a riveting duel between the alien and a skilled Comanche huntress.
A trippy drama with horror movie tendencies, 'Hypochondriac' powerfully evokes the fear of encroaching mental illness.
Neil Patrick Harris stars as a suddenly single gay New Yorker over 40 in the entertaining, if a tad out of touch, 'Uncoupled.'
The irrepressible Marga Gomez is headed back to the DMV, and she's bringing her 'Spanking Machine' with her.
Jordan Peele maintains his track record as a master of suspense with the eerie to the extreme 'Nope.'
'Anything's Possible' hits a rom-com sweet spot simply by letting its trans teen heroine be herself and dare to dream
Drag superstar Jujubee begins her reign as host and matchmaker on the steamy new dating podcast "Queen of Hearts."
Monumental's pulsing, immersive "tick, tick...BOOM!" captures young artists treading the line between depletion and devotion.
Liam Forde swings through tunes from his deeply personal album "Great to Be Here" in a solo cabaret at Monumental Theatre.
'The Gray Man' makes amusing use of its all-star cast, but the action-thriller wastes the opportunity to do anything original.
Queer playwright Benjamin Benne puts God in the details of "In His Hands," his provocative new gay, interfaith romance.
The musical, which won Tonys for Best Musical, Book, Score, Actor, Actress, and Direction, plays through Sunday at the KenCen.
Studio's "The Hot Wing King" piles more hot topics on its menu than an entire season of "Good Times."
The mighty Avenger ditches his doldrums to join erstwhile love Jane in the funhouse adventure 'Thor: Love and Thunder.'