Perfect Arrangement
A new play about gay feds during a 1950s witch hunt turns out to be a delightful comedy.
A Perfect Arrangement of Communists and Gays
Atlanta-based playwright Topher Payne makes his New York City debut with a play about the Lavender Scare of the 1950s.
The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey
A terrible crime rocks a small town on the Jersey Shore in James Lecesne's new solo play.
The Twentieth-Century Way
Tom Jacobson's heart-racing two-man show about clandestine gay life in L.A. one hundred years ago returns to New York City.
Andrew Lippa Discusses I Am Harvey Milk, His Massive New Oratorio Set to Make Its New York City Debut This Fall
The Broadway composer will star in the title role opposite Kristin Chenoweth at Avery Fisher Hall.
Too Much Sun
Eerily similar characters and situations take a stab at fresh themes in Nicky Silver's newest play.
Mothers and Sons, Starring Tyne Daly, Opens Tonight on Broadway
Tony winner Terrence McNally's latest play deals with the incredible changes in the lives of gay Americans in the last three decades.
And Baby Makes Seven
Paula Vogel's 1984 modern family did not become the new normal in 2014. Is that necessarily a good thing?
The Year I Was Gifted and Made for Each Other
Monica Bauer offers two stories of personal sacrifice at Stage Left Studio.