Arts & Culture

FRIDAY Party Down Megan Mullally (“Will & Grace”) stars in this comedy series about Hollywood caterers with dreams of making it big.

John Waters may be a role model to his fans, but whom does he admire?

In his terrific new book, “Role Models,” Waters writes about what he calls “the amazing people who inspire” him.

In her feature-length documentary “black./womyn.: conversations with lesbians of African descent,” Tiona McClodden — Ms. m. — interviews black gay women from various backgrounds about myriad subjects. Ms. m. (which stands for McClodden, but everybody mangles it so she just goes by m.) is a multi-media artist whose mission is to make visible the invisible and humanize her subjects. McClodden began her career apprenticing on music-video sets and as a freelancer working with various production companies and nonprofit organizations. She hopes her work as a filmmaker and visual artist can inspire various communities by affirming their existence in contemporary society. We turned the tables on the filmmaker and asked her a few questions.

THEATER Falsettos City Theater Company presents the Tony Award-winning musical comedy about a married man exploring what it means to be a modern family with the help of his gay lover, his wife, his shrink, his son and the lesbians next door, through May 22 at Opera Delaware Studios, 4 S.

After more than 20 years, 500,000 albums sold and numerous world tours as both a bandleader and solo act, you can’t blame out singer-songwriter SONiA (aka Sonia Rutstein) and her folk/pop band disappear fear, for wanting to do things a little different with her new album.

Jimmy DePre is 23 going on the ’50s, ’60s and up. The young DePre is a mixmaster who specializes in music that was created before he was born. His love of classic hits has brought him the attention of Philadelphia music icons such as Jerry Blavat, Reenie Kane and Michael DeCero.

Out actor John Jarboe wants to “drag” us back to World War II when the Media Theater hosts “Back In The Army,” a gender-bending cabaret inspired by the music of that era, when the manliest of men pined for that girl back home — and to be around other manly men.

DC Comics, the company that brought you iconic superheroes such as Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman, recently announced that out superhero Batwoman will get her own series later this year.

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