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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 →

Gaming in Color: The Queer Side of Gaming

Being a part of a community.  Having a safe place to express oneself.  Playing with diversity. Finding an identity. Reviewed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move  Devolver Digital Films and MidBoss have just digitally VOD released a feature documentary,... Continue Reading →

The Model Critic Reviews Theatre: 7 Miles From Prison

In essence, this autobiography traces Shane's youthful struggle with being gay in a seemingly hostile environment. Seems like the table is set for an ominous, updated psychological lynching. But surprisingly, what we get is mostly hagiography, not mayhem.

Protected: At The Theatre: 7 Miles From Prison with David Lee Ray

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