Exclusive Interview: Alexandra Billings channels Julie Andrews in epic sci-fi series The Peripheral “Mary Poppins, who knew?!”

When actress, singer, author, teacher and activist Alexandra Billings last spoke with The Queer Review in early 2020, she was making history on Broadway in Wicked as the first trans actor to portray Madame Morrible. It was a role that she returned to once theatreland reopened last year. Now, she's lighting up our screens in... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Tony-nominated A Strange Loop star L Morgan Lee “whenever I step outside & there’s a parent with their queer or trans child I am touched”

Actress and storyteller L Morgan Lee is currently making her Broadway debut as Thought 1 in Michael R. Jackson's exhilaratingly meta musical A Strange Loop, which focuses on Usher, a Black queer writer writing a musical about a Black queer writer writing a musical about a Black queer writer. Not only has her performance in... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Angelica Ross takes centre stage as Roxie Hart in Chicago “I always dreamed of being on Broadway”

Actress and LGBTQ+ advocate Angelica Ross, is currently taking centre stage at New York's Ambassador Theatre as housewife-turned-murderess, Roxie Hart in Chicago, making her Broadway debut in an eight-week enagement in the Tony-winning production that's now in its record-breaking 25th year. With a now classic book by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse, music by John Kander, and lyrics by Fred... Continue Reading →

Outfest LA 2022 Closing Night Film Review: They/Them ★★★★

Oscar-nominated veteran screenwriter John Logan (Skyfall, Hugo, The Aviator, Gladiator) makes his directing debut with his own skillfully-crafted screenplay for the gripping and bloody terrifying slasher, They/Them (pronounced They-slash-Them), which received its world premiere tonight as it closed the 40th anniversary Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ+ Film Festival. Carrie Preston as Cora Whistler, Anna Chlumsky as... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Queer As Folk star Jesse James Keitel & exec producer Jaclyn Moore “as trans artists it’s our duty to tell every aspect of our story”

Peacock's Queer As Folk executive producer and writer Jaclyn Moore spoke with The Queer Review’s editor James Kleinmann about her relationship with Russell T Davies’ original series, overcoming her initial reservations about becoming involved in Stephen Dunn's reimagined version (now streaming on Peacock), her approach to writing the beautifully-crafted episode 6, “Bleep”, and her conversations... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Andreja Pejić on her latest film role in The Other Me “we all have masculine and feminine elements in us – that balance is such a fragile and unique thing”

As a boundary-breaking gender nonconforming model, Andreja Pejić forged a successful career in both menswear and womenswear. She's walked the runway for Galliano, Marc Jacobs, Raf Simons, and Paul Smith, and became a muse for Jean Paul Gaultier. In 2015, she was the first openly trans model to be profiled by American Vogue (in an... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Glace Chase on her play Triple X “we’ve not seen a trans love story like this before”

Multi-hyphenate trans queen, drag performer, playwright, comedian, screenwriter, and New York City tour guide Glace Chase has been unexpectedly stuck in Australia during the pandemic and things have taken some unusual turns. “Oh my God, it’s been an ongoing trauma!" Glace tells The Queer Review's Chad Armstrong in Sydney. "I was only meant to be... Continue Reading →

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