Southern Comfort is a heart-warming showcase for the trans community, but not for trans actors.
#OscarsSoWhite and Bechdel Test failings have made awards season joyless. Here’s what I’m going to do about it.
I’m thankful to have Michael John LaChiusa’s offbeat, discordant works in my theatre life.
For many years now, I’ve been referring to Christopher Plummer as my grandfather. But beyond my silly attempt at blood ties with the regal Canadian, he’s a truly great performer — and man of the theatre.
Sometimes a performer comes along who has no musical theatre training and proceeds to kill it. Today, I’m thankful for those performers.
Now that we’re officially embarking upon the 2012-2013 New York theatre season, I present to you my most highly anticipated productions (in no particular order).
Complaining about critic John Lahr’s request from way back in December that there be no more all-black productions of Tennessee Williams’s plays, Emily Mann was vindicated when the New Yorker appointed Hilton Als to review her production of Streetcar instead of Lahr.