New Theatre for a New Year

As a new year is upon us, so are a slew of local theater productions, from musicals to iconic dramas. “Fun Home,” which just opened at Actor’s Express, is one of the highest-profile shows of the season. Lisa...

Under the Big Top with Director Ron Kellum

Ron Kellum has worked in all sorts of fields – including broadcasting, performing, producing and directing. Now, though, he has taken on what he calls the most daunting task of his life – serving as an artistic...

This Year in LGBTQ Cinema

As tends to be the case so often, LGBTQ fare wasn’t as plentiful as it should be this year in cinema but there were some bright spots in this year’s offerings. The best LGBTQ film of the year – by a country ...

Opera Singer Jamie Barton Returns to Spivey Hall

Growing up, Jamie Barton always loved music, but she didn’t realize she could make a living as a singer until later in life. Now she’s one of the most admired voices in opera. Barton performs at Spivey Hall thi...

Gay-themed Films Look to Oscars 2020

Two gay-themed films with Oscar nominations on their minds have just opened in the ATL – “Pain and Glory” and “Where’s My Roy Cohn?” A smash at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, “Pain and Glory” is the lates...

A “Wicked” Good Time for Atlanta Theater

Two LGBTQ favorites – the musicals “La Cage Aux Folles” and “Wicked” – are getting splashy productions in the ATL right now, courtesy of Out Front Theatre Company and Broadway Across America, respectively. “...

Skating on Ice with Adam Rippon

Adam Rippon is used to making history. At age 28, he became the oldest U.S. figure skating Olympic rookie since 1936. Later, at the 2018 Winter Olympics, he took home a bronze medal in the team event, becoming ...

Just in Time for Halloween

With Halloween just around the corner, Found Stages has a new show that will help audiences get their spook on. “Frankenstein’s Funeral” is a new look at Mary Shelly’s classic novel – with a twist. It’s an i...

Looking Into the History of Out On Film

When Out On Film began in Atlanta back in 1987, it was a different world. An LGBTQ film festival was vital then for audiences starving for content – and it remains needed now. The festival began by a handful...