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 →

Notes from the queerest TIFF ever

Compiling a list of LGBTQ+ highlights ahead of the 47th edition of the Toronto International Film Festival, I was struck by the sheer number of queer films that had been selected, a powerful enough statement from the festival's programmers in itself. But actually being there at TIFF in-person—for the first time in three years—to catch... Continue Reading →

Colman Domingo to receive 2022 Out on Film Icon Award at Atlanta’s LGBTQ+ film festival – full lineup announced

The lineup for Atlanta's LGBTQ+ film festival, Out on Film, has been revealed. Running September 22nd until October 2nd, the 2022 edition will kick off with Nicholas Stoller’s Bros co-written by and starring Billy Eichner, fresh from its world premiere at TIFF, while Todd Flaherty’s Chrissy Judy will close out this year's event. Opening night... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: A League of Their Own star Lea Robinson “Bertie was a part of me & I was a part of Bertie”

Some of the most moving and powerful moments in Will Graham and Abbi Jacobson’s lovingly-crafted 1940s-set series A League of Their Own, involve the gender nonconforming uncle Bertie played by Lea Robinson, and the relationship that builds between him and his niece Max (Chanté Adams). Bertie has long been estranged from his family when Max... Continue Reading →

Heartstopper named Best LGBTQ Show in 14th Dorian TV Awards – full list of winners including Yellowjackets, Abbott Elementary, Drag Race & Jennifer Coolidge

GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics today announced the winners of its 14th Dorian TV Awards with Netflix's beautifully heartwarming adaptation of Alice Oseman's graphic novels, Heartstopper, named Best LGBTQ Show of the year. Top honours also went to went to Showtime's Yellowjackets, which took both Best Drama and performance for Melanie Lynskey, while... Continue Reading →

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