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Producer Rick Murray has added four powerhouse talents to the 2016 Broadway Series in Provincetown, Massachusetts this season at The Crown & Anchor's Paramount Theatre and Town Hall Auditorium.
Sandra Bernhardt and Erika Jayne will be there as Gay Disney Week gets going! Here, in a pair of interviews, is what they have to say about the gig.
The word artist gets tossed around with alarming frequency within the celebrity world, but it's unquestionably an accurate moniker for Rufus Wainwright.
Raw talent, unrelenting drive and a unique vision propelled this gifted woman deeply into our consciousness, forever establishing her not only as one of the world's true pop icons, but as a brilliant storyteller, songwriter, actress and activist.
In "Maggie's Plan," where she plays a woman whose husband leaves her for his mistress, but the new wife decides she wants to give him back.
Like all great stars, Prince Rogers Nelson, the artist forever to be known as Prince, who died April 21 at the age of 57, was physically short (he stood five-feet-two) but large where it counted: In talent and in effect.
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio, IMF chief Christine Lagarde and Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator and star of hit Broadway musical "Hamilton," are among this year's Time 100 Most Influential People list.
Television has always forged a path when it comes to opening closet doors. Noah Galvin, who plays the gay, teenage main character Kenny on "The Real O'Neals," is one of the actors leading the "It's no big deal" charge.
Kristin Chenoweth opens up about Alan Cummings, staying organized, and hr support for the LGBT community.
Hulk Hogan took the stand in court over a leaked sex tape of him, and some of the testimony got explicit.