There’s Cher, Charro, Madonna … and then there’s Vega.
In the late ’80s (or was it the early ’90s?), I was invited to a press event at the former incarnation of Oyster House.
“It’s not that we’re hot,” VNV Nation songwriter, producer and singer Ronan Harris, 43, said about the group’s appeal to gay audiences.
THEATER City of Nutterly Love: Funny as Bell! Philadelphia Theatre Company collaborated with legendary The Second City comedy theater to create this world-premiere revue, through July 26 at Suzanne Roberts Theater, 480 S.
When Michael Jackson died suddenly last week, the news cycle shifted from politics to pop culture.
QFest, the new name for the annual Philadelphia International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, unspools July 9-20 on area screens.
She was born in Chester and now lives in L.A., but we claim her as our own. Before moving to the City of Angels, actor Jessica Graham was a staple of the Philadelphia-area scene. Graham co-founded both Theater Catalyst’s Eternal Spiral Project and Stonegraham Productions (producers of girL, Philadelphia’s longest-running lesbian party). She has also worked with a number of Philadelphia filmmakers and has not one, but two films in next week’s QFest (formerly the Philadelphia International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival). The multi-talented Graham has done stage, screen and television, including commercials for Southwest Airlines, AOL and PETA; various stage productions and the lead role in the sexy thriller “2 Minutes Later.” PGN had a chance to chat with her about her time in Philadelphia, her thoughts as an out actor and what’s next on the agenda.
THEATER City of Nutterly Love: Funny as Bell! Philadelphia Theatre Company collaborates with legendary The Second City comedy theater to create this world-premiere revue, July 8-26 at Suzanne Roberts Theater, 480 S.
Quince Productions has been reliable for presenting a steady string of quality dance productions and LGBT plays, but this summer it’s changing things up a bit by organizing a weekend overflowing with cabaret performances.
Theater Grey Gardens Philadelphia Theatre Company presents the eccentric lives of the reclusive Little Edie Beale and her mother, Edith Bouvier Beale, the cousin and aunt of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, respectively, through June 28 at Suzanne Roberts Theater, 480 S.