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28 Broadway Shows In 100 Minutes

What an exciting week! The arts continue their triumphant resurgence all around town and today, we have yet another example. Lyric Stage celebrates 100 years of the Majestic Theatre and its own 28th season by producing a 100-minute show featuring 28 of Broadway’s all-time greatest hits and past Lyric Stage fan favorites. (The math/numerology/theater nerd in us is so happy […]

The Show Must Go On (Your Body)

Ever wonder what happens to all the sets when a Broadway show closes? Typically (and sadly), much of it ends up in the dumpster. Until now. When Jennifer Kahn founded Scenery, a company that upcycles backdrops and other ready-to-discard materials into accessories for men and women, the planet got a little less trashed. And a lot more fashionable. With everything […]

Dear Broadway Lovers

FOMO ALERT: If you want to see the Broadway smash, Dear Evan Hansen, when the touring production makes its Dallas debut in November, set an alarm for 9:55 a.m. right now. Because promptly at 10:00 a.m., non-subscriber tickets go on sale and it’s your last chance to snag seats to what will likely be a sell-out run. For anyone who’s […]

Hello, Betty!

Put on your Sunday clothes, fellas! (Even if it’s a Wednesday.) Then cross another item off your Gay To-Do List with one of life’s essential musicals: Hello, Dolly! Premiering tomorrow night at the Music Hall at Fair Park, the revival stars the iconic Betty Buckley as matchmaker Dolly Gallagher Levi. It’s required viewing for gays of all ages (and everyone with […]

Genie & A Bottle

Summon your Lyft Magic Carpet and head to the Round-Up tonight for a bottle of beer and some supernaturally great entertainment. There, you’ll find a whole new world as the touring cast members of Broadway’s Aladdin take over the stage to sing their favorite country songs and other hit numbers from Texas artists. (We’re sure they’re tired of all those […]

A New Orleans Story

Pride Month celebrations are typically that: celebrations. But we must never forget the struggles and devastating tragedies that allow us the freedom today to be out, proud, and decked out in rainbow shorty-shorts. One history lesson that has gotten more exposure in recent years happened at the dawn of the LGBTQ rights movement, yet was largely overlooked for decades. Four […]

Dear Ben Platt

From Broadway to our AirPods. The career of out artist Ben Platt continues to blow up. Released yesterday, the debut solo album from the original star of Dear Evan Hansen dropped and it’s the perfect soundtrack for some looooove-making! His sexy voice combines with seductive music on Sing To Me Intead, a heartfelt album of songs celebrating love and lamenting […]

Hitting The High Notes

Got five minutes? Then watch the video below to meet the cast and learn everything you need to know about the national touring production of the super-gay Falsettos, coming February 12 to the Winspear Opera House. Love can tell a million stories, but this one’s a doozy! FalsettosFebruary 12-17Tickets: From $25Winspear Opera House2403 Flora Street, Dallasattpac.org Photo by Marc J. […]

The Best Way To Spread Christmas Cheer

The surest way to cure bah-humbugitis: Watching Elf on a loop. An even better way? Add music. Tomorrow through Sunday, ELF The Musical livens up the Music Hall at Fair Park for a limited run. Buddy and all his friends make the leap from the screen to the stage in a silly, joyful and LOL-hilarious romp that’ll cure even the Scroogiest among […]

Poetry In Motion

And now, a hot July haiku on the Mamma Mia! sequel. Silly, fun, escapist. The exact movie we need. ABBA. Meryl. Cher.     Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again Opens today in theaters all over Dallas/Fort Worth mamamiamovie.com Photo Credit: Universal Studios