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Day 18 - The Last Five Years

Goodbye Until Tomorrow

By now, everyone knows I love Jason Robert Brown. He’s one of the few composers who writes music that speaks directly to my soul. 632 more words

Musical

Day 4 – Spring Awakening

Who can say what dreams are? This is the season for dreaming.

I would be Totally ****ED if I didn’t write about Spring Awakening. I saw this show in college when a touring production came through campus. 532 more words

Musical

C.O.G.

Title: C.O.G.

Director: Kyle Patrick Alvarez

Writer: Kyle Patrick Alvarez and David Sedaris

Runtime: 88 min.

Rating: R

Synopsis: A Yale graduate flips his life upside down when he decides to move off the grid to Oregon. 446 more words

Film

Enticing teaser for David Fincher's new Netflix series Mindhunter

With David Fincher traipsing the past six dark years between the likes of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Gone Girl and the brilliant new version of… 168 more words

Streaming

Gays on TV: Nathan Maloney, Elijah Krantz, and Patrick Murray

I was young and gay, when Channel 4 uploaded their entire back catalogue to its online catch-up service, 4OD, in 2006. My family had just gotten internet that didn’t use the phone line so I could watch shows without being interrupted by a phone call from a relative. 3,016 more words

Things We Binged This Week: March 31

Michelle and Lane both binged the addicting new podcast: S-Town. Plus, old and new music, comedy specials, and Jonathan Groff. 749 more words

Things We've Binged This Week

The Censorship of Frank Wedekind's Spring Awakening

Frank Wedekind’s controversial 1891 play Spring Awakening – which follows a group of young German teens who struggle through their newly discovered sexual feelings without any guidance from their parents, which proves to be fatal for some characters – was subject to censorship for practically a century. 481 more words

Theatre