"Fargo," Noah Hawley's murderously affectionate take on the American Midwest, is back for another memorable season.
Hulu Original "We Live Here: The Midwest" opens a door into the lives of queer families toughing it out across the Midwest.
Shakespeare gets his invite to the cookout in "Fat Ham," a saucy gay, Black riff on the Bard's melancholy Dane.
A stirring portrait of an oft-unsung civil rights hero and queer trailblazer, 'Rustin' doesn't deliver on all of its promise.
Mosaic delivers a deftly staged, powerfully felt production of Dominique Morisseau's thought-provoking 'Confederates.'
To see Jeanine Tersori's 'Grounded,' at the Washington National Opera, is to be dazzled by concept and execution alike.
Troye Sivan's latest release, "Something to Give Each Other," shows off the popular gay artist's introspective side.
Fast on its feet, and furiously funny, Arena's "POTUS" offers a wild time at the White House, powered by women
Theater J's "The Chameleon" sketches an intriguing satire about blending in versus standing up, but fumbles the comedy.
Come to "Fellow Travelers" for the sweeping gay love story, stay for the incisive portrait of Lavender Scare paranoia.
A much beloved Sondheim classic, "Merrily We Roll Along," returns to the New York stage with a brilliant new production.
Constellation makes queer-forward farce of Virginia Woolf's gender-bending classic "Orlando," adapted by Sarah Ruhl.
Martin Scorsese enlists his two favorite leading men to serve up a full-course meal of cinema in 'Killers of the Flower Moon.'
Reviews of every single feature, documentary, and short in the 2023 Reel Affirmations LGBTQ film festival.
The outrageousness of the humor, and balls-to-the-wall performances by Mullally and Lane, really make "Dicks" sing.