Mauckingbird Theatre Company is continuing its mission to produce thought-provoking LGBT-themed theater with productions of “The Threshing Floor” and “TRU,” two one-man shows about the lives of iconic gay writers James Baldwin and Truman Capote, respectively.

Tom Ford’s enthralling, highly stylized adaptation of Christopher Isherwood’s novel “A Single Man” may be the best queer film of the year.

A hit on the gay film festival circuit back in 2005, the short “Dare,” written by openly gay native Philadelphian David Brind and directed by straight Adam Salky, captured an intense sexual encounter between high-schoolers Ben (Adam Fleming) and Johnny (Michael Cassidy).

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