Ghost Story-Themed Play Makes Magic

Launched during the company’s 2004-2005 season, the Alliance Theater’s Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Competition has showcased some major up and coming playwrights over the years. One of those was Tarel...

LGBTQ Features Drive Atlanta Jewish Film Festival

As the city’s largest film festival – and one of the biggest of its kind in the world – the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival traditionally has its share of LGBTQ features. Last year, the festival hosted the Israeli...

Spring 2019 Theatre Preview

Start with beloved musicals galore and a reimagined gay-themed comedy-drama, then add some high profile touring shows, and you’ll see why the winter and spring seasons are a surprisingly robust period for ATL t...

The Year of LGBTQ Films

2017 was such an exceptional year for LGBT film – with the likes of the Oscar-winning “Call Me By Your Name,” the stirring “God’s Own Country,” the AIDS-themed “Beats Per Minute,” “Battle of the Sexes” and many...

Rainbows on the Silver Screen

Two new movies that were both filmed in Atlanta — one gay themed and the other featuring a famous out comic/actress — are in theaters now.  Based on the acclaimed memoir by Garrard Conley, “Boy Erased’ tel...

Best LGBTQ Events in ATL for Nov. 23-Dec. 6

Friday, Nov. 23 Every Friday night at Mary’s Atlanta, come enjoy Queer Bait, featuring videos with DJ Headmaster.   Saturday, Nov. 24 Do you remember the old variety shows like “The Carol Burnett Show,” “...