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Judy Garland

Garland’s Technicolor Life

It’s a big year for Judy Garland fans. Fifty years after her tragic overdose, she’s been celebrated throughout 2019 in a variety of media. Tonight, she comes to the small screen as Showtime presents a new documentary on the superstar. In Sid and Judy, viewers will be treated to rare clips and concert footage, as well as details of her […]

Clang, Clang, Clang

Judy Garland is having a moment. Another one. Fifty years after her tragic death, she’s back in the spotlight first in JUDY, a major motion picture starring Renée Zellweger, then in a Showtime documentary in October (we’ll fill you in on that later). Because today is all about JUDY. You’ve probably already seen the trailer a few hundred times, so […]

Deck The Halls With The Best Garland Ever

Jesus Christ: King of the Jews. Janelle Lutz: Queen of the Judys. One of our all-time favorite Uptown Players actors returns to the role she was born to play in A Very Judy Christmas, a variety show-style extravaganza reminiscent of the best (and cheesiest) holiday specials of the 1950s and 60s. Written and directed by BJ Cleveland, the star-studded production features Lutz […]

Call Of Judy

If there were a “Last Supper” painting of gay icons, many would argue that Judy Garland should be front and center. Her arms spread like Jesus, the Gagas and Madonnas and Streisands would most certainly be looking on in quiet adoration. Judy Garland’s almost larger-than-life legend is something that older generations of gay men have embellished with both great reverence […]

Friends of Dorothy

Generations of gay men made her an icon. She’s the stuff of great myth and legend in Hollywood. But now, we’re getting to know the real star in her own words in Randy L. Schmidt’s Judy Garland on Judy Garland, a collection of interviews from her first in 1935 to her last known media chat just months before her death. […]

Totally Oz-some

True confessions: We hate The Wizard of Oz. There, we’ve finally put it out in the universe. No more pretending to care about Wicked, no more clicking our heels together three times to feel like a part of a community, and no more courtesy laughs for queens who love to end sentences with “…and your little dog, too!” Wow, we […]