Michael Urie returns to the Kennedy Center in the insanely funny 'Monty Python's Spamalot,' as the Brave Sir Robin.
The National Black Justice Coalition, the nation’s leading civil rights organization dedicated to empowering LGBTQ people, will host its Third Annual Legendary Elders Wisdom Awards...
Italian director Pasquale Marrazzo's drama follows a gay couple who face increasingly brutal attacks from a group of neo-Nazis.
Kennedy Kanagawa masterfully brings Milky White to exuberant and poignant life in the Broadway touring production of "Into the Woods."
Indie duo Toledo's new release 'How It Ends' is a poignant, endlessly listenable album, filled with rich, heartfelt melodies.
With his new book Oscar Wars, the New Yorker’s Michael Schulman pulls back the curtain on the fight to win an Academy Award.
Solas Nua, the district's contemporary Irish culture group, presents their 17th annual film festival -- this year with two Oscar contenders.
Paul Farber, host of "The Statue," on Philadelphia's famed Rocky statue and what comprises a monument.
Arlie frontman Nathaniel Banks on his approach to music, his warmth for the LGBTQ community, and his stunning mop of curls.
Golden Girls: The Laughs Continue is headed to D.C. starting Feb. 23 at The Warner Theatre. Enter to win tickets for the Friday night show!
We're giving away two pairs of tickets to Allison Miller's Rivers In Our Veins on Friday, Feb. 10 at Strathmore.
We're giving away tickets to see Broadway star Jessica Vosk at Sixth & I Synagogue in D.C. Presented by Washington Performing Arts.
Anne Jakapong Jakrajutatip is the new owner of Miss Universe. She's a billionaire. A mother of two. And transgender.
The killer doll at the center of 'M3GAN' is intent on giving audiences a campy homicidal buzz and not much else.
Michael Urie and Ryan Spahn on "Jane Anger," life since the pandemic, playing gay roles, and the iconic Harrison Ford.