Arts

“Noah’s Arc: Jumping the Broom,” opening today at Ritz Landmark Theatres, is an entertaining feature film based on Patrik-Ian Polk’s TV series about four out African-American friends.

Short fiction by two gay authors — the established Jim Grimsley and newcomer Craig Laurance Gidney — are now in bookstores, offering readers a diverse — if uneven — assortment of styles and genres.

“Were the World Mine,” opening today at the Ritz Theaters, is a musical fantasy about Timothy (Tanner Cohen), a gay teen, performing in his all-male school’s production of Shakespeare’s “A MidSummer Night’s Dream.

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