There are plenty of new faces in and out of Stars Hollow, and a lot of them look familiar. (Obviously: SPOILERS!)
The series acknowledged its heteronormativity while adding some actual gays into the mix.
“I will predict now that will not air on network this season,” Warren Leight told BuzzFeed News.
On the surface, TBS’s dark new comedy might look familiar, but Search Party isn’t like anything else on TV.
Theater doesn’t have to be crazy expensive.
Sometimes self-care is a matter of settling into your couch and putting on an old favorite.
“Be brave. Live, for me.”
Everyone’s entitled to one good scare.
Falsettos’ radical depiction of gay relationships and chosen families was ahead of its time when it opened on Broadway in 1992. Nearly 25 years later, it’s being revived for a new generation that’s living in a world that once seemed like a far-off fantasy.
Hamilton has been hailed as the start of a new, less white era on Broadway, but many remain underrepresented onstage. As Asian-Americans actors celebrate progress, they also reveal the stark realities that prove how far theater still has to go.
From pure imagination to exhilarating eccentricity, here are the scenes that made us fall in love with Gene Wilder, who died Monday at 83.
This time, it’s personal — and actually a lot more entertaining.
Porchlight Music Theatre’s upcoming production of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s In the Heights has been criticized for casting a white actor as the lead character, originally played by Miranda.
The one-night-only concert based on the 1998 film about the Book of Exodus drew criticism for casting mostly white actors as Egyptians. The theater said the concert was canceled as a result of personal attacks on the actors related to the casting controversy.
Get ready to be afraid of stick men all over again.
For the first time in Emmy Awards history, all six lead acting categories include nods for people of color.
Here are some of the loudest queer voices currently working in the industry — and why you should be paying attention to them.
It’s been two decades since “Citizen Kang” aired, and it has never been more timely.
Despite a strong showing, however, it didn’t break the record for most Tonys ever.
Thanks to Hamilton and The Color Purple, black actors took home the night’s top honors.