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Monday, June 6, 2016
Yes, "dick" is one of the reasons.
Davey Wavey has rounded up some of YouTube’s most popular LGBTQ personalities and recorded a video entitled: “I Love Being Gay Because…”
The inspiring video is in honor of Pride Month, and YouTubers such as Nick Law, Ello Steph and Ryan Minajj share the many reasons why they love being part of the LGBT community.
What are some of the reasons you ask? Examples include: because LGBT people have their own language, their own culture, and they love being so sexually free. They also mention their love of dick. A few times.
Watch the uplifting video below:
A match made in cosplay heaven.
It looks like the campaign to give Captain America a boyfriend paid off: Two fans dressed as Cap and Winter Soldier posed for a photo with actors Chris Evans and Sebastian Sam at Wizard World comic con in Philadelphia, and grabbed each other for a passionate kiss as the shutter went off.
— Scott Johnson (@scottjohnson) June 4, 2016
Evans seemed pretty chill about the scene—even putting his arm on “Cap”—but Stan’s reaction is kind of priceless.
Y’know, he did say Chris Evans was the sexiest member of the Avengers…
Michael Urie hosted the event, the last major theater awards before the Tonys.
Shuffle Along and The Humans took top honors at the 2016 Drama Desk Awards Sunday night, winning Outstanding Musical and Outstanding Play, respectively.
The show was the last major theater awards before Sunday’s Tonys Awards, but will likely have a far different outcome, as odds-on Tonys favorite Hamilton was not eligible this year (It won last year during its off-Broadway run.)
Adapted by George C. Wolfe from a 1921 musical, Shuffle Along sees Audra McDonald, Brian Stokes Mitchell and Billy Porter depicting the difficulties in mounting the original ’20s production and its effect on Broadway and race in America. It’s up for ten Tonys, including Best Musical.
The Humans, Stephen Karam’s new drama now playing at the Helen Hayes, follows a middle-class family reuniting for a dysfunctional Thanksgiving dinner. It’s nominated for six Tony awards, including Best Play.
Cocktails and Classics’ Michael Urie, who won a Drama Desk award for his one-man show Buyer and Cellar in 2013, brought his usual wit and aplomb as host for the evening: Scanning the crowd for volunteers to present the award for Outstanding Orchestrations, he joked “Jessica Lange and Frank Langella are in the same row—it’s terrifying!”
(Urie ultimately tapped Fiddler on the Roof’s Danny Burstein and Mary Poppins’ Rebecca Luker for the honor.)
For revivals, the winners were A View from the Bridge (play) and She Loves Me (musical), with Bridge director Ivo Van Hove scored for director of a play, while the musical director honor was a tie between The Color Purple’s John Doyle and Fiddler on the Roof’s Bartlett Sher.
Hollywood was well represented, with both Jessica Lange and Michael Shannon earning honors for Roundabout’s revival of “Long Day’s Journey Into Night,” and Jesse Tyler Ferguson nabbing the Best Solo Performance award for Fully Committed.
Below, the full list of 2016 Drama Desk Awards
The Humans, Roundabout Theatre Company
Outstanding Revival of a Play
A View from the Bridge
Outstanding Revival of a Musical
She Loves Me, Roundabout Theatre Company
Outstanding Actor in a Play
Frank Langella, The Father, Manhattan Theatre Club
Outstanding Actress in a Play
Jessica Lange, Long Day’s Journey Into Night
Outstanding Actor in a Musical
Danny Burstein, Fiddler on the Roof
Outstanding Actress in a Musical
Cynthia Erivo, The Color Purple
Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play
Michael Shannon, Long Day’s Journey Into Night
Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play
Saycon Sengbloh, Eclipsed, Public Theater
Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical
Christopher Fitzgerald, Waitress
Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical
Jane Krakowski, She Loves Me
Outstanding Director of a Play
Ivo van Hove, A View from the Bridge
Outstanding Director of a Musical
John Doyle, The Color Purple
Bartlett Sher, Fiddler on the Roof
Savion Glover, Shuffle Along
Steve Martin and Edie Brickell, Bright Star
Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, Dear Evan Hansen
Outstanding Book of a Musical
John Caird, Daddy Long Legs
Larry Hochman, She Loves Me, Roundabout Theatre Company
Outstanding Music in a Play
Philip Glass, The Crucible
Outstanding Set Design for a Play
Christopher Oram, Hughie
Outstanding Set Design for a Musical
David Rockwell, She Loves Me
Outstanding Costume Design for a Play
Anita Yavich, The Legend of Georgia McBride
Outstanding Costume Design for a Musical
Ann Roth, Shuffle Along
Outstanding Lighting Design for a Play
Justin Townsend, The Humans
Outstanding Lighting Design for a Musical
Justin Townsend, American Psycho
Outstanding Projection Design
Finn Ross, American Psycho
Outstanding Sound Design for a Play
Fitz Patton, The Humans
Outstanding Sound Design for a Musical
Dan Moses Schreier, American Psycho
Outstanding Wig and Hair Design
Mia M. Neal, Shuffle Along
Outstanding Solo Performance
Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Fully Committed
Unique Theatrical Experience
That Physics Show
The Humans – Special Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Ensemble
The Royale – Special Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Ensemble
Sheldon Harnick – Special Drama Desk Award
Camp Broadway – Special Drama Desk Award
Danai Gurira – Sam Norkin Award
Cheers, sweetie darling!
We know you are impatiently counting the days until Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie hits theaters on July 22, but good news is that stars Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley have started making the press rounds for the film and they’re already making headlines.
In a conversation in the latest issue of V Man, Saunders and Lumley reflect on playing the partying duo Edina and Patsy since the series debut in 1992, and they also comment on Ab Fab’s relationship with the LGBT community and how gay men have been Eddie and Patsy fans since episode one.
Lumley also lets drop that her character Patsy Stone is actually a part of the community herself, she is transgender:
When re-watching the series, it’s striking that the universe they created is almost entirely populated by women and LGBT people. This idea gives the creators pause. “We tried very hard,” says Saunders, “but [gay people] refused to be offended—and I admire them for that. Thank God you’re hanging on in there.” Lumley takes a more serious tone. “You go back and pick through it, the amount of gay references and ease with which it’s been put into the story, without it being dragged along like a great log of plot. It’s really normal that one of [Edina’s] ex-husbands now lives with his young boyfriend. It’s completely normal that [Edina] wants Saffy [Edina’s long-suffering daughter] to be a lesbian or that Serge [Edina’s long lost son] is gay and living in New York. It’s completely normal that Patsy is transgender.”
Ab Fab is one of the most anticipated movies of the summer. Aside from the series’ cast returning there are reportedly over 60 different celebrity cameos in the film. So grab a bottle of champers and head to theater for what will surely be a wild ride with Eddie and Patsy.
It’s The Gay Borscht Belt
Drag queens are king here: Dina Martina, Miss Ridgefield 1981, Varla Jean Merman and The Gold Dust Orphans are just a few of the must-see experiences, along with Ryan Landry’s Showgirls, Monday nights at the A-House, and Scream Along With Billy, Tuesdays and Fridays at Enzo’s Grotta Bar.
And Broadway dames like Sutton Foster and Sarah Jessica Parker are known to make one-night only appearances on the P-Town stage.
The event that inspired the Pride parades we know now was a march to commemorate the Stonewall Riots.
In 1970, a year after the Stonewall Inn rebellion thousands of LGBT New Yorkers gathered for the Christopher Street Liberation Day (CSLD) March along Sixth Avenue from Greenwich Village to Central Park, chanting, “Say it clear, say it loud! Gay is good, gay is proud!” The success of the CSLD March inspired local organizers across the United States and around the globe to start their own LGBT marches.
At the 1973 CSLD march, transgender activist Sylvia Rivera called out transphobia in an epic speech, proving that transgender people have been part of our community's activism forever.
In an essay for The Village Voice, Fred Sargeant recounted his experience at the CSLD March: "This was long before anyone had heard of a “Gay Pride March.” Back then, it took a new sense of audacity and courage to take that giant step into the streets of Midtown Manhattan. […] There were no floats, no music, no boys in briefs. The cops turned their backs on us to convey their disdain, but the masses of people kept carrying signs and banners, chanting and waving to surprised onlookers."
June 6, 2008
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
Just because Jamie Burke is hot! I love a guy who can wear long hair well. Most guys don't pull it off well and it usually looks pretty bad. Jamie wears it well. Not sure if Jamie still models, he did, these days he is focusing on his music with his band Bloody Social.
"Given the recent news, I'm a bit sad to admit that mine might have been Johnny Depp in 1984's A Nightmare on Elm Street. It was his film debut. He was so cherubic then, lounging on his bed with his big floppy hair, chunky headphones, and midriff tee. The number 10 would never be the same for me." – Jason Lamphier, Executive Editor