Despite two uproarious turns from Michael Urie and Ryan Spahn, Talene Monahon's Jane Anger misses its feminist mark.
Michael Urie and Ryan Spahn on "Jane Anger," life since the pandemic, playing gay roles, and the iconic Harrison Ford.
In the early days of the pandemic, a group of actors -- many of them movie stars -- gathered on Zoom for a night of...
Swan Song is a rich, absorbing character study with a narrative defined by indelible encounters
In "Nora Highland," Ryan Spahn sharply tackles the issue of why LGBTQ actors are often passed over for LGBTQ roles
Pride Plays celebrates the diversity and power inherent in LGBTQ theater. And this year it's online.
We celebrate the work of Todd Franson with a stunning array of 126 portraits from 1996 to 2020.
Urie to perform 'Buyer & Cellar' on Sunday at 8 pm to benefit Broadway Cares COVID-19 Relief Fund
The theatre community reflects on the legacy of playwright Terrence McNally.
From starring in 'Hamlet' at Shakespeare to directing 'Bright Colors' at Studio, all the world’s his stage. Literally.
The comedian and actor brings to life a tale of same-sex marriage and fears of heteronormativity at Studio Theatre
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Michael Urie likens playing Bud Frump to "a big bowl of ice cream"
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Michael Urie and Ryan Spahn talk candidly about their nine-year relationship and the challenges of being out in Hollywood