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Must See: TV & Movies

Life Is A CarBaret, Old Chum

One of our favorite queer movies of all time gets the COVID-era treatment this Saturday. Hedwig and the Angry Inch returns to the big-ish screen with a CarBaret drive-in event at Brizo in Richardson. This classic movie musical kicks off the second season of socially distanced drive-in events at the restaurant’s parking lot. But what’s really cool, unlike some of […]

This Is (Uter) Us

If you’re ready to get back in a seat at the movie theater, perhaps a feel-good film would be just what the doctor ordered. And if you’re still on the fence about indoor anything, simply mark your calendar for May 11 when Together Together comes out on digital platforms. The story of a single man deciding to have a baby […]

Tiptoe To The Movies

USA! USA! USA! Can you tell we’re excited the USA Film Festival is back? Though it looks a little bit different than years past, the local film fest returns to the great indoors at the Angelika Film Center Dallas—and what’s even more noteworthy, this year’s festival screenings are free. Masks will be required, social distancing measures will be in place […]

Mile-High Cabaret

Your itinerary for April 26 includes several exotic locales, unlimited cocktail service and first-class comfort. It’s all part of Leavin’ on a Jet Plane, the Turtle Creek Chorale’s 41st season opener. Because it’s virtual, you can recreate the travel experience however you wish, even if that means wearing a Hawaiian shirt and nothing else. It all takes place live at […]

Awaken Again

Have you heard the word of your body? If you don’t know that reference, perhaps it’s time you sit back this weekend and watch a production of Spring Awakening from the comfort of your whatever-you-sit-on at home. The University of Texas at Arlington’s Maverick Theatre Company presents the rock musical, based on the 1891 German play that delves into coming-of-age […]

The Most Dangerous Photographer In History

Before you get scared off by the phrase “director’s cut,” don’t worry. This one’s not a four-hour-and-two-minute commitment like that Justice League one over on HBO Max. Instead, we implore you to rent or purchase Mapplethorpe: The Director’s Cut available on-demand today. Directed by Ondi Timoner and starring Matt Smith, Marianne Rendón and John Benjamin Hickey, the beautifully shot story of one […]

Documentaries To Go

Beginning today, Instagram Stories will go a little deeper than your friends’ avocado toast post of the day or requisite selfie getting their first vaccination. Otherly brings viewers a series of seven short, made-for-Instagram documentaries about people finding their place in the world during the 21st century. Created by seven female, non-binary and genderqueer creators, the films explore everything from […]

Except We Pronounce It Yasss

Not only does she look forever young, but Jennifer Garner has a knack for tapping into her inner child. Today, Netflix debuts Yes Day, a family comedy that gave us major 13 Going On 30 vibes thanks to the youthful energy of the films’ mutual star. The movie focuses on the trend of parents hosting Yes Days where, within certain […]

Be Be(a)st

After a year of watching theatrical productions online, we have to wonder what the adjustment will be like for people when theaters reopen to patrons. Will it be a culture shock to not be able to talk through a play? Sing along to a musical number? Or get everyone on stage to stop everything they’re doing while you get more […]

Fake It ‘Til You Get Caught

Between the pandemic and that little cold snap last week, we’ve blown through every murder documentary we can find. But now we have a palate (and palette) cleanser. Today, Netflix debuts the 2020 documentary, Made You Look: A True Story About Fake Art. Though it doesn’t involve actual murder, the perpetrators of a multi-million-dollar scheme definitely slay the art world. […]