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Trump Dating Site Turns Away Gays... but Welcomes Adulterers, Features Pedophile?

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 20
The polarization of America into parallel realities continues, reaching a new low with dating sites aimed at Trump supporters.

Longwood Opera to Perform Family Favorite Hansel & Gretel

Oct 31
Needham's Longwood Opera ushers in its 31st season by presenting Hansel and Gretel, an opera fun for the whole family.

Broadway Actor Share His Bi Coming-of-Age Experience

By Colton Wooten | Sep 24
On the eve of Sept. 23's bisexual visibility day, Broadway actor Andy Mientus shared his thoughts on living openly as a bisexual man via Instagram.

'This American Life' :: On the Road with Ira Glass

By Joel Martens | Aug 19
"This American Life" is all about the stories and people who make up this vast, varied and always complicated world, and Ira Glass is the yarn-spinner that leads the always-fascinating narrative.

Todrick Hall - 'Straight Outta Oz'

By Joel Martens | Aug 19
Using the favorite childhood Ozian tale as the base for his original endeavor, Todrick Hall has waved his magic wand and graced us with a fable-turned-on-its-head, original musical called "Straight Outta Oz."

'Thunder Thighs' Video Celebrates Women's Bodies

By Winnie McCroy | Aug 13
"Thunder Thighs," a new video from Brooklyn-based musician, artist, designer and director Miss Eaves, aims to make women feel good about their bodies.

'Dukes of Hazzard' Star Regrets Arrest, Aims for Sobriety

By Mark Kennedy | Aug 8
"The Dukes of Hazzard" star Tom Wopat says he'll be taking time to address his ongoing struggle with substance abuse following his arrest in Massachusetts on indecent assault and battery charges.

Threats to Wife of Trump-Like 'Caesar' Play Director Probed

Jun 23
Police are investigating threats made to the wife of the director of a New York production of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar" that depicted a Donald Trump lookalike character being assassinated.

Et Tu, Sponsors? Companies Cut Funds to Public Theater over 'Trump' Killing in 'Julius Caesar'

By Tom McElroy | Jun 12
Delta Air Lines and Bank of America have announced that they are pulling their sponsorship of a Manhattan-based theater company's portrayal of Julius Caesar as a Donald Trump look-alike in a business suit who gets knifed to death on stage.

Facebook Hates, Loves on Picture for Charlotte, N.C., Gay Play

By Maria Dominguez | May 7
A play that tells two parallel stories, set in 1958 and 2008, explores homosexuality, pride and the social conditions that influence LGBTQ people. The company's promotion of this play has inspired great ire on Facebook

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