Exclusive Interview: Jack Tracy on his new album For You “I hope that by being open, honest & unedited in what I do people who don’t normally see themselves represented in popular music see themselves in my work”

NYC queer artist Jack Tracy will release the final part of his For You trilogy of albums on March 14th. Recorded at Redbird Studios and mixed by Grammy nominated sound engineer Brent Kolatalo and Sam Palumbo at Dubway Studios, Part 3 features songs from an explicitly LGBTQ perspective. Part 1 was "bold and brassy", Part 2 was "thematically... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Drew Droege on his new one man show Happy Birthday Doug “I think we’re afraid as queer people to write flawed gay characters”

The Groundlings and Upright Citizens Brigade alum Drew Droege is a much-beloved fixture of Los Angeles' comedy theatre scene. Outside of LA he's best known for setting the Internet alight with his hilarious Chloë Sevigny videos, which give Schitt's Creek Moira Rose a run for her money on how to pronounce the simplest of words... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: filmmaker Tucia Lyman & star Bailey Edwards on their timely horror M.O.M.: Mothers of Monsters

As school shootings continue to spark debate and headlines around the USA, the topic has been mostly unexplored on screen outside of the documentary realm. High-profile fictionalized attempts include Gus Van Sant’s Elephant (2003), Lynne Ramsay’s We Need To Talk About Kevin (2011), and that uncomfortable opening of Brady Corbet’s Vox Lux (2018), but this... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Trailblazer Alexandra Billings on starring on Broadway in Wicked “I’m getting messages from trans kids from all over the world”

With monster hit musical Wicked now in its sixteenth year on Broadway, the merry old land of Oz recently welcomed a new citizen, trailblazing trans actress Alexandra Billings as Madame Morrible. Most widely known for her role as Davina on the groundbreaking Golden Globe, SAG and Emmy award winning series Transparent, Billings grew up immersed... Continue Reading →

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