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...

The Stage is Set For Fall!

Jerry Mitchell is a Broadway legend already – and now he’s looking to steer another show to New York. The openly gay Tony Award winner is directing the world premiere musical “Becoming Nancy” at the Alliance Th...

Theatrical Outfit’s Dual Show Spectacular

One is a timeless play that has been staged with regularity for decades; the other is a more modern day gay-themed classic. Theatrical Outfit is mounting versions of “Our Town” and “The Laramie Project” in rep ...

Dragon Con Brings Fantasy to Life in the ATL

Even in a period as packed as Labor Day weekend, with Atlanta Black Pride and the Decatur Book Festival, Dragon Con – America’s largest annual convention for fans of science fiction, fantasy and horror, comics a...

Queer Theatre on Tap

Music from The Go-Go’s, feline creatures from T.S. Eliot and queer short plays are some of the treats on tap now or on the horizon in local theater.At Actors’ Express, Trevor Perry is starring as Pythio in ...