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Saturday, May 7, 2016

10 Groovy Things to Do in May starring Well-Strung

From: Deep Dish



1) 
Beginning May 3 at NYC's Lincoln Center Theater
The Tony-nominated actress (Passion, Ragtime, Kiss Me, Kate) returns to the stage as Anna Leonowens in the musical revival, and Daniel Dae Kim (Lost, Hawaii Five-0) will make his Broadway debut opposite her as the King of Siam.




2) 
May 6 - June 12 at Chicago's Theater Wit
About Face Theatre continues its 20th Anniversary Season with the Chicago premiere of the dark comedy, The Secretaries, by The Five Lesbian Brothers (aka Maureen Angelos, Babs Davy, Dominique Dibbell, Peg Healey and Lisa Kron). Directed by Bonnie Metzgar, this campy (and bloody) comedy about a secretarial pool of chainsaw-wielding lumberjack killers is equal parts humor, horror and satire - it's Twin Peaks meets The Stepford Wives!

3) 
May 11 - 15 at NYC's City Center
Tony Award nominee Melissa Errico (Amour) will play the searching-for-love Leona in this concert staging of the rarely produced 1965 musical (the only collaboration between composer Richard Rodgers and lyricist Stephen Sondheim). The cast also includes Claybourne Elder, Sarah Hunt, Zachary Infante, Nancy Opel, Richard Poe, Michael Rosen, Sarah Stiles, Richard Troxell and Karen Ziemba.

Below you can listen to Elizabeth Allen sing "Do I Hear a Waltz?" from the original Broadway cast recording, and you can watch an April 1965 interview with Arthur Laurents (who wrote the book), Stephen Sondheim and set/costume designer Beni Montresor on the CBS series, Camera Three.




4) 
May 13 at NYC's TheTimesCenter
Guest director Olivia Wilde assembles an all-star cast of performers for a live table read of Woody Allen's 1986 classic,Hannah and Her Sisters. The top-flight cast will be announced via Twitter in the days leading up to the event.



5) 
May 16 at Northwestern's Pick-Staiger Concert Hall in Evanston, IL
The annual award will be presented to Mr. James and Ms. Foster. The celebration will also include special guest appearances from Jeanine Tesori, Barbara Whitman, Kate Baldwin, Andrew Lippa (from New York), Dean Barbara O’Keefe, David H. Bell, Devin De Santis, Christine Mild, Dominic Missimi, Bill Zwecker and students of the Northwestern Music Theatre Program. DEEP DISH readers can use the special coupon code INDUSTRY to purchase $50 discounted tickets online for what's sure to be a wonderful evening.



6) 
May 17, 18 & 20 at The Chicago Theatre
The award-winning actress will take questions from the audience in a format that harkens back to the legendary openings of The Carol Burnett Show, in which her studio audience had an unfiltered opportunity to engage Carol with questions and receive spontaneous answers.



7) 
May 19 - July 2 at Mary’s Attic in Chicago
Pride Films and Plays presents the Chicago premiere of Jason Mitchell’s zesty comedy, The Boys Upstairs, which The Village Voice called ‘Sex in the City meets Boys in the Band.’ PFP Executive Director David Zak directs a cast that includes Nelson Rodriguez, Gary Henderson, Tristien Winffree, Shaun Baer and Luke Meierdiercks.

8) 
May 20 at Chicago's Harris Theater for Music and Dance
May 21 at Skokie's North Shore Center for the Performing Arts
May 22 at Chicago's Beverly Arts Center
CGMC’s annual spring production presents a tuneful tribute to Chicago. This Toddlin’ Town experience will whip you across musical genres from Madrigal to Motown - with music from Bessie Smith, Goldrich and Heisler, Louis Armstrong and many more!



9) 
May 24 - 28 at NYC's Feinstein’s/54 Below
The all-male string quartet - Edmund Bagnell, Chris Marchant, Daniel Shevlin and Trevor Wadleigh - bring their brand new show to 54 Below for Fleet Week! The group derives their unique blend of vocals and strings by fusing classical music with the pop music of today.



10) 
May 26 at NYC's Feinstein’s/54 Below
Experience a funny and heartwarming exploration of family, music and the unique relationship between twin brothers where DNA is the only thing identical about them. Enjoy Will and Anthony’s captivating and memorable musical arrangements of popular songs from pop standards, classic rock and show tunes to contemporary music, Motown and classical crossover.

Dripping Wet Otter


Instagrams That Inspire

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
 'Fun, fit, energetic and ready to go. I am always looking for more challenges and new things to keep me working towards the next opportunity.'


I dove into model, actor and dancer Calum Winsor's Instagram and could have stayed there all day long. Here is just a sampling of some of my favorite shots from the talented Aussie's Instagram portfolio!

6 LGBT Athletes Who Changed The Game Forever

From: NewNowNext
 3
Renee Richards


In 1976, Renee Richards was primed to be in the U.S. Open when judges learned she had been born male. The United States Tennis Association attempted to ban her, citing a women-born-women policy, but Richards filed suit and, in a landmark case, the New York Supreme Court ruled in her favor.

Despite the victory, Richards endured public scrutiny, the loss of family and friends, and brutal discrimination from the tennis world.

“[It] didn’t stop the WTA from trying to Richards her from pro tournaments until she sued, or 25 of the 32 women in the field from withdrawing from the first tournament she played, at age 41. Crowds rooted against her,” ESPN writes. “If Richards turned on a TV at the time, she could’ve found Johnny Carson and Bob Hope snickering on The Tonight Show that Richards was her own “mixed doubles team”

Eventually Richards left tennis and returned to a successful ophthalmology practice in California, but her very public battle blazed a trail for future trans athletes like MMA fighter Fallon Fox and NCAA basketball player Kye Allums.

5 of the Best Clip-On Sunglasses

From: Out
Mykita


Gigi sunglasses with interchangeable clip-on lens, $668, Mykita.com

Road to 270: CNN's electoral college map

From: CNN
Now that Donald Trump is the presumptive Republican nominee, it's time to start looking at general election match-ups between him and the likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Here's the CNN Political Unit's first look at the battleground map of 2016. This is where the state of play begins. Trump could confound some of these assumptions, but we'll need to see polling data, campaign organizing and spending, candidate schedules, and campaign engagement before we can adjust the playing field. And we will do just that as often as the campaign game plans dictate.
Donald Trump has already suggested some of the first opportunities he sees to potentially flip the map in the industrial Midwest. Trump hopes to reawaken the so-called Reagan Democrats who once helped put states such as Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Ohio in the GOP column. Conversely, the Clinton campaign sees significant demographic advantages in traditional battleground states such as Nevada and Colorado and perhaps even in reliably (of late) Republican Arizona.
The battleground map will evolve from now through the fall and just like the rest of this election season, it will be anything but predictable.

Chained Dwarf


Bush 41, 43 Do Not Plan to Endorse Donald Trump

From: ABC News
President George H.W. Bush and his son President George W. Bush have no plans to endorse Donald Trump, their spokespeople told ABC News.

"President Bush does not plan to participate in or comment on the presidential campaign,” the younger Bush's spokesman, Freddy Ford, said.

Jim McGrath, spokesman for the elder Bush, said the 41st president is out of politics.

"At age 91, President Bush is retired from politics," McGrath said in an email. "He naturally did a few things to help Jeb, but those were the 'exceptions that proved the rule.'"

Jeb Bush, former Florida governor and son and brother of the former presidents, left the race in February.

The Texas Tribune was the first to report the news.

This is the first time in the last five election cycles that Bush 41 has not endorsed the GOP nominee.

Jessica Lange, Susan Sarandon Starring In New Ryan Murphy Series—As Bette Davis And Joan Crawford!

"Feud" is sure to be a showdown of epic proportions.
From: NewNowNext
 To those of you still mourning Jessica Lange’s departure from American Horror Story, dry your tears now. The Emmy-winning actress is confirmed to star in Feud, a new anthology series coming to FX from AHS creator Ryan Murphy.

As the title suggests, the series will focus on famous beefs, with the first season revealing the backstory and backbiting behind What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?


 Lange will play Joan Crawford, with Susan Sarandon stepping in as Bette Davis. Alfred Molina, Stanley Tucci, Judy Davis and Dominic Burgess will co-star. It’s like gay Christmas in May!


 Feud will mark Lange’s first collaboration with Murphy since Season Four of American Horror Story wrapped back in 2014, but the two have always made magic together—from Constance Langdon to Sister Jude.

She was the Supreme, after all!


A diva-off between her and Sarandon will make some great television—and if there’s anyone who knows how to capitalize on campiness and catiness, it’s Ryan Murphy.


FX has ordered eight episodes of Feud, which is set to premiere sometime next year. Along with Murphy, Brad Pitt will serve as executive producer.

We’ll have our popcorn ready.

Troy Punk

 Troy Punk is a hairy muscle stud who's as hot bottoming as he is when topping. A Canadian, he stands about 5ft 9ins tall, has a 7-inch uncut cock, blue eyes and started making movies in about 2003. He was filmed a lot by the likes of Raging Stallion and Hot House.





The Men of "Gigolos"

 Ash Armand
 

 Brace Land

 Bradley Lords

 Jimmy Clabots 
 

 Nick Hawk
 

 Steven Gantt 

 Vin Armani
 

Your Daddy Is Wanting YOU!

From: Brent's Auto Wall

The New York Times Declares: Chest Hair Is IN!

Once again, the Times is hot on the trail of a budding new "trend."
From: NewNowNext
The New York Times Style section’s history of noticing trends years after they’ve caught on continues this week, with a brand new piece that claims guys are finally ditching their razors and wax kits in favor of their chest hair.

“For a new generation, the overly groomed body appears to be falling out of favor,” Max Berlinger writes. His research led him to two Los Angeles men embracing this supposed new trend.

“I don’t know if it was my age or becoming comfortable with myself,” said Eric Shoemaker, the 34-year-old PR executive whose furry chest provides a visual backdrop for the piece.
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“But the thought of getting waxed — which makes your hair follicles bleed and you get ingrown hairs — you have to ask who you’re doing it for.”

“We’re seeing a return to ’70s fashion,” added Tim Bess, an analyst at the trend forecasting agency the Doneger Group. “The late ’60s and early ’70s were about freedom, the hippie movement, having lots of hair.”

Berlinger writes:

An unkempt body is a perhaps unforeseen corollary of the lumberjack look that has long since peaked in certain Brooklyn circles. Even the brand 2(x)ist, known for its sleekly textured models, has opted to show its underwear on the hairy frame of Nyle DiMarco, a recent winner of “America’s Next Top Model.”

“We’ve seen everything from man-buns to full beards go mainstream in recent seasons, and we want to reflect that rugged, a tad unpolished, yet approachable look,” said 2(x)ist brand manager Tom Speight.

With a brand new trend this hot, there’s no telling how long it’ll take other brands to follow suit!
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