Idan Haguel's dryly funny "Concerned Citizen" tests a self-described liberal, gay Israeli's principles under pressure.
Netflix's queer dating show 'The Ultimatum' features five lesbian couples who test their relationships against the odds.
The Lemon Twigs reach beyond pastiche on 'Everything Harmony,' their masterful, '70s-inspired fourth album.
A nugget of truth threatens to wreck a marriage in Nicole Holofcener's sweet, unfussy 'You Hurt My Feelings.'
With 'Good Night, Oscar,' Sean Hayes revives a classic Hollywood personality in the season's most riveting performance.
Signature's 'Passing Strange' serves up a satisfying stew of rock concert and musical-comedy led by the soul-stirring Deacon Izzy.
Reimagining the classic tale as a modern cross-border romance, Benjamin Millepied's 'Carmen' dances to its own sensuous beat.
With 'BOY,' Jordy is determined to be the queer artist he wished he could have heard on the radio as a kid.
Hulu's 'Tiny Beautiful Things,' based on Cheryl Strayed's advice column, will make love Kathryn Hahn even more that you already do.
'Jennifer Who Is Leaving' is a refreshing reminder that not all great theater has to break transgressive ground or shock.
Britbox's 'The Confessions of Frannie Langton' is a haunting miniseries that unfolds with a gorgeous seriousness of purpose.
The latest album from the Fruit Bats contemplates the meaning of place, daring us to do the same.
Impressive singing and stagecraft spark a lit and lively 'Les Miz' at the Kennedy Center.
If you like vivid nightmares driven by existential depression and crushing grief you will love 'Beau is Afraid.'
Playwright Mary Kathryn Nagle ably carries 'On the Far End' with a commanding solo performance as Muscogee leader Ella Jean Hill.