Migdalia Cruz has some ’splaining to do
Last night at xl, the nominations were announced for the GLAM awards (formerly the Glammy awards, until the Grammies got bullyish). Those are Cherry Jubilee's illustrious honors for the best in LGBT nightlife. And the choices for Entertainer of the Year--which were glamorously announced by yours t ... More >>
Uncle Vanya with star power
By now you may have heard about the British study that found black teenage girls don't benefit from exercise as much as white teenage girls do. Researchers in the UK monitored the eating and exercise habits of 1,148 girls (roughly half were black and the other white), and calculated the Body Mass ... More >>
I hate flying even when it's smooth -- the combination of terror and tedium really wears me down. But when it ain't smooth, my nerves jangle so loud they drown out Alec Baldwin playing games on his cell phone in the next row. While I inhale a whip-it to relax, let me tell you my five worst flights ... More >>
No, the brilliant playwright didn't have children, unless you count Blanche DuBois and Stanley Kowalski (and I do). But his work and spirit have long loomed over the gay inhabitants of New Orleans, as captured in a new documentary opening tomorrow at the Quad.
BroadwayWorld.com Tennessee Williams' 100th birthday approacheth, which is why there's suddenly a trio of revivals of obscure mid-to-late period Williams plays. On the heels of the ambient Vieux Carre (1978) and the florid The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore (1963), I just saw Small Cr ... More >>
Showstoppers and rip-offs in the blowsy movie musical. Plus: Paper's Nightlife Awards
Cate Blanchett tries to stay alive
Looking to the fall, a season on the brink with Billy Elliot, Shrek, 13
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. January 8, 1958, Vol. III, No. 11 Theatre: Garden District By Jerry Tallmer Mr. Tennessee Williams, without much doubt America's first true poet-playwright, has deliberately chosen to go off Broadway with his two latest works, for fear tha ... More >>
Commiserating with fellow club columnist Romano. Plus playgoing and going to play.
What would happen if Kowalski met Katrina?
Selections from the Village Voice's annual Queer Issue
Ronald Reagan, 19112004
Respect for a master actor and teacher who inspired others through the unmatched sublimity of her example
A Straight Woman Looks at Gay Male Porn
Rufus Wainwright plays the most dangerous game: devotion to a man
A urine test is a marijuana-loving cabbie's final pothole