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Hot Tub Time Machine 2

Thursday May 28, 2015
The recent criticism for this sequel gets justified in a Blu-ray release, where laughter doesn't come often and the comedic actors try way too hard.

Julius Caesar

Thursday May 28, 2015
In Bridge Rep's production of most "American" tragedy "Julius Caesar," director Olivia D'Ambrosio reduces the text and condenses the staging to emphasize some of Shakespeare's most vibrant themes.

Anti-Gay Tea Party Founder Busted for Kiddie Porn in Brooklyn

Thursday May 28, 2015
A failed Brooklyn Tea Party candidate with a history of fighting against LGBT rights, and who once campaigned with the slogan "Our children are our future," was arrested Thursday for possessing and sharing child pornography.

5 Anti-Gay Comments that Earned Santorum His Name

Thursday May 28, 2015
How do you set yourself apart as being one of the most anti-gay GOP presidential hopeful when the existing pool of candidates are all patently homophobic? If your name is Rick Santorum, all you have to do is open your mouth.

Chalk

By Winnie McCroy | Thursday May 28, 2015

Lisa Kron Hosts Playwright Horizon 6th Annual Lilly Awards

Thursday May 28, 2015
Playwright Lisa Kron will host The 6th Annual Lilly Awards Ceremony on Monday, June 1 at Playwrights Horizons. Honorees include Chita Rivera and Daryl Roth.

American Idiot

Thursday May 28, 2015
The Vortex Theatre stages "American Idiot," the story loosely based on Green Day.

Three Days of Rain

Thursday May 28, 2015
"Three Days of Rain" by Richard Greenberg at Gerding Theatre Center Stage, lingers in your memory.

The Nanny - The Complete Series

Thursday May 28, 2015
The true connoisseur of '90s era sitcoms turns up her nose at the mention of "The Nanny," but a new viewing of the complete series (with some seasons on DVD for the first time) proves it to be a topical ode to the great television of yesteryear.

Closet Queens: Some 20th Century British Politicians

Thursday May 28, 2015
Bloch builds the provocative thesis that gay men in politics of the era were specifically suited for the deceitful, trap-door world of British politics.

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