Films to Watch This Spring

With a much-anticipated musical drama about a legendary gay performer on the way as well as some compelling indies, this spring and summer should suitably satisfy LGBTQ viewers. All eyes will be on May’s “Ro...

“I Love to Eat” Debuts in Atlanta

He’s regarded as one of the great names in the culinary world, with annual awards named after him, but not many people know the story of James Beard’s life. The just-opened “I Love to Eat,” being presented by T...

Atlanta Film Festival Highlights LGBTQ Films

Between the Atlanta Film Festival and “Sorry Angel,” LGBTQ fare is plentiful the next few weeks in local cinemas. Opening next week, the Atlanta Film Festival has its usual Pink Peach track, made up of six n...

LGBTQ Outcasts and Icons on the Big Screen

Two gay-themed films open in the ATL this week, one a quiet, absorbing drama about how a friendship changes perhaps forever over the course of an evening and the other an enthralling narrative feature about an ...

“I Am My Own Wife” Hits the Atlanta Theatre Stage

Out Front Theatre Company makes history this week with its production of Doug Wright’s award-winning play “I Am My Own Wife.” It stars Peter Smith, the first trans performer to ever tackle the central role. ...

SCAD’s aTVfest Honors the Golden Era of Television

Gay and gay-friendly fare has always been a part of SCAD’s aTVfest – and this year was no exception. The event in its seventh year, highlighting current up and coming television programming, brought in a cavalc...

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...