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Surprisingly, there is a lot more to unpack in AFTERGLOW than just, the gay lifestyle, open marriage, or sexual climax.

Unbelief Plagues Treehouse Productions’ “Next Fall”

Reviewed by Marc Wheeler Geoffrey Nauffts’ tragically beautiful gay love story Next Fall tells the tale of a most unlikely pair: Luke (Tom Berklund), a devout "born again" Christian and Adam (Jay Ayers), a wry, 15-years-his-senior atheist. Nominated for a... Continue Reading →

Love And Tragedy Permeate Southern Gothic “Dream Boy”

Reviewed by Marc Wheeler Dream Boy, the latest offering by the Celebration Theatre, is a fairly simple tale of gay teen love. Based on Jim Grimsley’s 1995 novel and adapted for the stage by Eric Rosen, Dream Boy follows two... Continue Reading →

“Over-the-Top” Hilarity in Bootycandy at Celebration Theatre

Reviewed by Marc Wheeler Celebration Theatre is back! After a temporary homeless hiatus, Los Angeles’s only professional lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, two-spirited and ally-themed theater company -- daaaaamn, that’s a mouthful! -- has secured new digs at... Continue Reading →

Gia #HFF15 #Reviews: The Desperate Yogi

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Love is a many-splendored thing. A sweet story that needs a lot of work, directionally and could use a tweak in casting, The Desperate Yogi comically takes us along the ride of one man’s... Continue Reading →

Gia #HFF15 #Reviews: Coffee, Tea or Me

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move In Coffee, Tea or Me, two monologues parallel one another in a new semi-solo show by Les Kurkendaal also featuring Los Angeles based storyteller Marlene Nichols. If you caught Les's work at last... Continue Reading →

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