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GALA Hispanic is the first D.C. theater to resume live, in-person performances since COVID lockdown
Olivia Default created an "allegory for being trans and also the process of coming to terms with being trans"
From his powerful role as an LGBTQ pioneer on HBO's Equal to stealing souls on Netflix's Julie & the Phantoms, Cheyenne Jackson has all sides covered
With humor, ingenuity, and an audacious hotel room climax, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm brings the laughs and the cringe in equal measure
An evil weave goes on a deadly rampage in Justin Simien's horror spoof "Bad Hair"
Friendsgiving's impromptu holiday house party looks like some kind of paradise in these woolly, wary times
On the Rocks spins privileged humor from a dad and daughter's deep-seated trust issues
Hulu's "Helstrom" keeps its focus too firmly set on the rearview mirror
With their new play "Joy," Synetic strives for a hands-on, interactive, virtually immersive experience
Peppermint stands up for the Black trans community and opens up about past relationships on her new album
Netflix's anthology series reflects the myriad ways people are staying connected, while forced to remain apart
Radha Blank writes, directs, and raps her way to a solid feature debut with "The Forty-Year-Old Version"
Since directing "The Boys in the Band," Joe Mantello sees Mart Crowley’s landmark gay play in a whole new light
Leila Buck's play gives viewers control of a game show where the prize is U.S. citizenship
A postcard-pretty portrait of feminist icon Gloria Steinem, Julie Taymor's "The Glorias" fails to deliver