“I could offer you a warm embrace to make you feel my love.” Annnd I’m sobbing.
To celebrate the 85th birthday of the iconic composer, BuzzFeed News asked Barbra Streisand, Patti LuPone, Liza Minnelli, and other theater legends to reflect on Sondheim’s legacy.
In its sixth and final season, the Fox series is queerer than it’s ever been, proving the one constant throughout the show has been celebrating difference.
The musical, now running at New Jersey’s Paper Mill Playhouse, combines the Disney film’s score with the more adult themes of Victor Hugo’s classic novel.
Over a decade after Damian, the actor is playing another full-figured, unapologetic gay character — and he wouldn’t have it any other way.
From British imports to modern takes on classics, here are 17 shows worth seeing on and off-Broadway this spring.
In the Season 1 finale, How to Get Away With Murder couldn’t resist including an after-school-special moment. But the characters and the audience deserved better. WARNING: Spoilers ahead!
Actually watching the Academy Awards at a huge Hollywood viewing party is easier said than done.
He’s at the top of his game in the indie movie musical The Last Five Years, but the actor tells BuzzFeed News he wouldn’t be there without the learning experience that was NBC’s musical series.
Because maybe your desires are more… unconventional than Christian Grey’s.
We know your DVR is already full of conflicts, but these underappreciated series are worth your attention.
Sam Taylor-Johnson contributed the short film “Death Valley” to the erotic art-film collection Destricted. It’s a lot more straightforward than Fifty Shades of Grey — and way more explicit.
If you’re not afraid of getting down and dirty, you’re not paying attention. Warning: SPOILERS for many movies ahead!
Just because they’re not real documentaries doesn’t mean you won’t learn anything.
We watched a lot in Park City, so you didn’t have to — and these are the films worth talking about.
From a teenage girl’s sexual awakening to gay men in a three-way, from incredibly flexible gymnastic sex to a mother having her way with a teddy bear, the 2015 Sundance Film Festival unabashedly explored areas of human sexuality rarely seen in feature films. Warning: MAJOR SPOILERS!
“We’ve put young boys and men in a straightjacket, forcing them to conform to a construct and disconnect from who they really are,” The Mask You Live In writer-director Jennifer Siebel Newsom told BuzzFeed News.
In The D Train and The Overnight, male sexual fluidity is just a fact of life. Warning: SPOILERS for two upcoming films ahead.
“I think women are gonna love it,” the Knock Knock writer-director told BuzzFeed News at the Sundance Film Festival.