The Living Room where it happens – film of Hamilton original Broadway production opens on Disney+ July 3rd

With the Great White Way deserted and shuttered since March 11th, and no official reopening date yet decided, yesterday the Broadway League announced theatres are now offering refunds and exchanges for tickets purchased for performances through September 6th 2020. There was better news however for theatregoers around the world from Disney, who will fast track... Continue Reading →

Happy 100th Birthday Tom of Finland “his depictions of empowered gay men fully enjoying their sexuality proved liberating” Durk Dehner, President & Cofounder Tom of Finland Foundation

Today, May 8th 2020, marks the centenary of the birth of Touko Laaksonen, better known to the world as Tom of Finland. So pour yourself a glass of Tom of Finland wine or make a cocktail with some Tom of Finland vodka and raise a toast to this groundbreaking queer artist. To mark Tom of... Continue Reading →

Let’s go online with show! Patti LuPone & John Malkovich star in David’s Mamet’s November to support the Actors Fund

Tonight on Broadway the doors may still be shuttered and the lights dimmed, but Broadway’s Best Shows is going on(line) with show. Launching today at 8pm EST/5pm PST, the weekly one-night-only “Spotlight On Plays” series will benefit The Actors Fund. The first play is David Mamet’s November starring John Malkovich, Patti LuPone, Dylan Baker, Ethan Phillips and Michael... Continue Reading →

We Are One: A Global Film Festival announced

Today, 20 major festivals from around the world joined with Tribeca Enterprises and YouTube to announce We Are One: A Global Film Festival. The unprecedented 10-day digital film festival will bring together an international community of storytellers to present festival programming for free. The festival will begin on May 29th on YouTube.com/WeAreOne and will feature... Continue Reading →

NYC Pride announces cancellation of all 2020 Pride Month in-person events “we may not fill the streets of NYC this year, but LGBTQIA+ people carry pride with them all year long”

Sadly earlier today Heritage of Pride announced that the NYC Pride 2020 roster of in-person events, originally scheduled for June 14th-28th, will nottake place as planned. Due to the collective concern for the overall safety of the community, the organization has worked closely with the City of New York to arrive at this decision. "New... Continue Reading →

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