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Our Future: Why Do We Expect So Much from Trans Youth?

Our Future: Why Do We Expect So Much from Trans Youth?

By Kyle Mangione-Smith |
Trans people are currently more visible in society than they ever have been, and while that's certainly led to some great developments for the LGBT community, it also means that they're under more scrutiny from society at large than they ever have been.

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Film Musical 'Hello Again' to Hit Screens November 8

Film Musical 'Hello Again' to Hit Screens November 8

Oct 14
"Hello Again," the highly anticipated film adaptation of Michael John LaChiusa's acclaimed musical, starring Cheyenne Jackson, Audra McDonald, T.R. Knight, Rumer Willis and Sam Underwood comes to movie theatres around the country this fall.

Broadway's Rachelle Rak and ABT's James Whiteside to be Honored at 'Broadway & Ballet HERO Awards'

Broadway's Rachelle Rak and ABT's James Whiteside to be Honored at 'Broadway & Ballet HERO Awards'

Oct 14
For the fourth year, stars of classical dance and the Great White Way will meet on one stage for the Broadway & Ballet HERO Awards.

Fiore Barbini Says 'I'm Still Here' in NYC Cabaret Debut

Fiore Barbini Says 'I'm Still Here' in NYC Cabaret Debut

Oct 12
A familiar face with an unfamiliar name will be making his cabaret debut in New York City.

 Review :: The Honeymooners

Review :: The Honeymooners

By Bobby McGuire | Oct 11
Ralph, Alice, Ed and Trixie are live on stage in the long-awaited world premiere musical version of "The Honeymooners." But, will this tuner leave you saying "Baby, you're the greatest" or make you want to send it "Straight to the Moon"?

Six Degrees of Political Involvement
San Francisco, CA

Six Degrees of Political Involvement

By Richard Dodds | Oct 8
In this sharply written world premiere at New Conservatory Theatre Center, a character's call is answered before the line goes dead. Whatever optimism that can be rekindled will be hard-earned going forward.

 Review :: The Mineola Twins
San Francisco, CA

Review :: The Mineola Twins

By Adam Brinklow | Oct 6
"The Mineola Twins" plays through October 29 at San Francisco's Cutting Ball Theatre.

Constantine Maroulis On Playing Che in 'Evita': 'I Am a Theater Geek!'

Constantine Maroulis On Playing Che in 'Evita': 'I Am a Theater Geek!'

By Steve Duffy | Oct 4
'American Idol'-alum Constantine Maroulis co-stars as Che Guevera in the North Shore Music Theatre's "Evita" next week. EDGE caught up with the pop singer about his career & playing this iconic character in Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Webb's musical hit.

 Review :: Barbecue
San Francisco, CA

Review :: Barbecue

By Adam Brinklow | Oct 4
"Barbecue," at the SF Playhouse looks at celebrity, the Hollywood system, and what the American public is willing to hear from certain people.

Black Gay Plays Matter
San Francisco, CA

Black Gay Plays Matter

By Richard Dodds | Oct 1
He may not have been kicking and screaming, but Harrison David Rivers was definitely dragged to the Million Hoodie March.The event figures into his new play.

Out There :: Hotel California
San Francisco, CA

Out There :: Hotel California

By Roberto Friedman | Sep 30
Writer, performer, and storyteller Don Reed is a Bay Area treasure, a comic genius who over the years has mined his life story for a series of very entertaining one-man shows.

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