Theatrical Category Archive

!! OMG, gossip: RIP Luke Perry !!

90s teen 90210 hearthrob and present-day Riverdale dad Luke Perry sadly passed away this week after suffering a severe stroke [evil beet]

Daddy Spears is now in control of Brit Brit‘s finances forever [dlisted]

Andy Cohen quit smoking weed after welcoming first child [instinct]

Janelle Monae rules Paris Fashion Week per usual [fug]

Ariana Grande and Starbucks announce new drink [gay pop buzz]

Alan Cumming and Hari Nef star in Off-Broadway play Daddy [towleroad]

Monica Belluci has a hot new hipster Jesus piece 20 years her junior [celebitchy]

Are the Jonas Bros in a tub together in new video? [gay fleshbot NSFW]

!! OMG, those moves: Keiynan Lonsdale !!

We first discovered Australian triple threat Keiynan Lonsdale in his role as the love interest in milquetoast gay drama Love, Simon. Then he charmed us as a judge on episode 3 of RuPaul’s Drag Race all Stars Season 4, and now he’s showing off his Charisma, Uniqueness, Nerve. and Talent in the middle of street with some fine shirtless dance moves.

BTW, did you know he’s also a recording artist? Watch the video for his single “Preach” after the jump.


!! OMG, Broadway actor shuts down Kanye on Twitter after he spends all his time on his bright-ass phone during their opening night !!

Read her to FILTH! Jarrod Spector, who is part of the cast of the new Broadway production THE CHER SHOW was trying to concentrate with his cast mates on their opening night, but they kept finding themselves distracted by an audience member constantly on a GLOWING PHONE.

Well, that audience member was Kanye West (of course!) with his wifey Kimmy Kakes. Surprise, surprise! The actor responded to the rude singer via Twitter after the jump. Check out what he had to say:


!! OMG, queerly reimagined: Romeo and Juliet love story !!

Starcrossed by Rachel Garnet
What if Romeo and Juliet supporting characters Mercutio and Tybalt were lovers? In Starcrossed, a new play by Rachel Garnet that debuted at this year’s FringeNYC, that is exactly the premise. Garnet took inspiration from the original Shakespeare text, but created new living, breathing and conflicted characters in her two protagonists.

Read a review of the play over at Popdust.

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