DIFFA had its annual, amazing Dining By Design gala at Pier 94, where tables were designed by really big time names and houses, and were filled with rich people paying for a charitable dinner. Luckily, I got seated at the table designed by David Rockwell, who did the set for Broadway's Kinky Boots ... More >>
In Kinky Boots, Lola's straight! No, gay! But sexless!
This week's column is a perky peek inside two of the shows that are helping make it a tres-gay season on Broadway: There's Kinky Boots, based on the movie about an enterprising drag queen who saves a shoe factory, with a Harvey Fierstein script and a Cyndi Lauper score.
Scenes from capitalism's big annual fashion celebration
Based on a movie, of course! It's the musical of Kinky Boots, the 2005 feelgood film about Lola, the drag queen who helps reinvent footwear for men of all genders. The musical version--opening first in Chicago--sounds a little bit like Priscilla meets La Cage with a little bit of Sister Act thrown ... More >>
The Public Theater presents director Nicholas Kent's production of The Great Game