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Party World Rasslin’s First All-Queer Tag Team
Spectacle is one powerful piece of coinage, used when one knows the scene unfolding is on a level above the everyday. Performance without spectacle is the realm of soggier folk, those who watched the original Hairspray and thought, “Hm. Too spicy for me,” and to that realm, one mustn’t wander.

8:00AM Thu. Jun. 13, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Terrence McNally on Art and Commerce
Having been a produced playwright for more than a half-century, Terrence McNally has had ample experience with theatre from both the artistic side and the business side, and to have seen how both have changed over the past six decades.

11:55AM Thu. Jun. 6, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Queer Film Theory 101 Unearths Not-So-Straight Movies
Movies aren’t born into vacuums where they retain their initial shape. Instead, these celluloid visions fall into the hot little hands of humanity who mold them in their own image, particularly the queer community, who rarely gets representation that doesn’t need a little tweaking.

9:00AM Tue. Jun. 4, James Scott Read More | Comment »

June Pride Events Roundup
Pride in Austin is a little bit different than everywhere else. Across the country, most major cities celebrate Pride – an homage to the Stonewall Riots that spanned several days in June 1969 – in June.

3:35PM Thu. May 30, Sarah Marloff and Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Queer Collaboration Yields Otherworldly Campiness in p1nky and The Kwane: Another Soup Opera!
An offhanded joke from a night at Cheer Up Charlie’s provided the spark.

11:00AM Wed. May 29, Mac Irvine Read More | Comment »

Author Casey McQuiston Loves Love
Under the best of circumstances, international politics and heartwarming romance make strange bedfellows. In 2019, the pairing might be accused of being preposterous, even cruelly self-indulgent. But that presumes two things: that there's definitively no light at the end of our tunnel and that there’s something less-than about a happy ending.

5:00PM Tue. May 21, Rosalind Faires Read More | Comment »

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One Helluva Queer Adventure: 50-State Story Tour
Ten years ago, the I’m From Driftwood crew hit the road with a mission: Travel throughout the country in an effort to capture LGBTQ stories from queers across the U.S.

4:08PM Tue. May 21, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

UPDATE: #SaveChickFilA Bill Moves Closer to Adoption in a Blow to LGBTQ Rights
Updated Tuesday, May 21, 1pm:
After another hour of debate on Tuesday, May 21, the Texas House has passed Senate Bill 1978 by a vote of 79-64.

4:25PM Fri. May 17, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Caleb De Casper's New EP Is Here and Totally Queer
“My brain is fucked.” So growls Caleb De Casper on the opening track “Elephants” of De Casper. It’s a ghastly line, but coming from the lipsticked-smeared smirk of Austin’s resident trashy glamster, the proclamation is only fitting for his debut EP, which drops this Friday, May 17.

3:50PM Wed. May 15, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

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