Category Archives: video

dance me to the end of love 15

Men dancing with men.

three bears say a little prayer 0

This makes me really, really happy. Thanks Stacy and Michele

you’re holding onto me like it’s the end of the world 2

One-year anniversary of falling in love with this video, this song, this man. Matt Alber’s ‘End of the World’ is romantic and heartbreakingly gorgeous. Since seeing this, I’ve never sat in a barber’s chair without thinking of (ok, wishing for) this moment. Matt Alber

men behind bars: you would have done the same 0

The L.A. Gay Men’s Chorus with an all-male take on the Cell Block Tango from Kander and Ebb’s Chicago.

à quoi ça sert l’amour? 0

Piaf’s finest. Edith Piaf and Théo Sarapo, 1962 Words and music: Michel Emer

tango: black and white and gay all over 2

“Argentine Tango is to lead and follow, to step to & fro, to turn right & left, to move together as one body. To Tango is to trust, to pause, to dance in a close embrace, articulating the unfolding of desire into passion.” — Dr. Hugo Heyrman Film: All-male dance sequence from ‘Tango,’ written and […]

The ‘Single Man’ We’ve Been Waiting For 1

A Single Man, the classic gay novel by Christopher Isherwood, is going from page to screen in a project directed by fashion god Tom Ford and starring Colin Firth and Julianne Moore. This is terrifically exciting and long overdue. The movie had its world premiere last week at the Venice Film Festival and all reports […]

whitney houston: new album, michael jackson fill-in, and her biggest threat 0

Whitney Houston will release I Look To You on August 31, her first studio album in seven years. Can the absent diva who launched a thousand “crack is whack” jokes win our hearts again? It remains to be seen. Even if our hearts are willing, it takes more than just showing up to claim a […]

live storytelling by loose women, tragic men, heroes, faeries and other everyday people 0

“Instead of going to Planned Parenthood, we went to brunch.” Long before the world revolved around the language of zeros and ones, cable television, Trip Advisor and Twitter, the tradition of storytelling was a primary means of human communication. Storytelling is how mankind records history, passes on knowledge and entertains others. From oral storytelling to […]

web site story 1

What do Broadway and the Internet have in common? Nothing. One of them is a geographic location where lots of theatrical shows occur, the other is a network of computers. Metaphorically, though, they still don’t have anything in common. That doesn’t make this Internet-themed musical any less entertaining. hat tip: Matthew Weissman

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