Arts & Culture

DVD mini-review: "Lose Your Head"

“Lose Your Head,” a hit at the 2013 Berlin Film Festival, is now out on DVD.

Set in Berlin, this psychedelic thriller directed by Patrick Schuckmann and Stefan Westerwelle follows the story of a young tourist from Madrid, Spain who is trying to get over the painful breakup with his boyfriend. Luis (Fernando Tielve) immediately gets swept up in the drug-addled underground of Berlin’s hedonistic club scene, and his life turns tipsy-turvy as he increasingly has trouble distinguishing between reality and paranoia.

GLAAD's What To Watch on Wednesday

Tonight catch all new episodes of Young & Hungry, Who Do You Think You Are?, Million Dollar Listing Miami, The Bridge and Make or Break: The Linda Perry Project.

Wednesday, July 30

8:00pm: Young & Hungry, ABC Family (30 mins) NEW

Elliot and Yolanda plot to try out Eric's posh new tub, while Gabi tries to mediate between Josh and a man that he punched.

CD: Neil Patrick Harris and "Hedwing and the Angry Inch - Original Broadway Cast Recording"

"Hedwig and the Angry Inch - Original Broadway Cast Recording" CD, featuring Tony Award winning actor Neil Patrick Harris, has been released by by Atlantic Records.

The release comes 15 years after Atlantic released the cast recording for the original production in 1999. The CD can be purchased at retailers or downloaded online, such as itunes.

GLAAD's What To Watch on Tuesday

Tonight catch all new episodes of Pretty Little Liars, Chasing Life and Motor City Masters.

Tuesday, July 29

8:00pm: Pretty Little Liars, ABC Family (1 hr) NEW

Alison stays with the Marins while her father is out of town. Meanwhile, Aria proves to be a disappointing maid of honor at her mother's wedding.

9:00pm: Chasing Life, ABC Family (1 hr) NEW

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THEATER REVIEW: “The Full Monty” at New Village Arts

Desperate times require desperate measures. If you’re one of a group of variously fit, just-laid-off Buffalo steelworkers feeling like “Scrap” and in need of some bucks to support the family, your first thought may not be putting on a male strip show.

But jobs just aren’t available, so that’s what Jerry Lukowski (Grant Rosen) suggests after he happens onto a group of happy female fans crowding into a Chippendales performance.

GLAAD's What To Watch on Monday

Tonight catch all new episodes of Major Crimes, Under the Dome, The Fosters, Teen Wolf and Hit the Floor.

Monday, July 28

9:00pm: The Fosters, ABC Family (1 hr) NEW

Brandon reveals his secret to Stef and Mike while Jesus struggles with relationship problems.

9:00pm: Major Crimes, TNT (1 hr) NEW

DVD mini-review: "The Last Match (La Partida)"

“The Last Match” (“La Partida”) is an interesting movie from Cuba and Spain showing the struggling lives of people living in Havana.

Dubbed “Sun. Sex. Soccer … Survival,” the film directed by Antonio Hens and co-written by Hens and Abel Gonzalez Melo is gritty and sexy and shocking.

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THEATER REVIEW: “Les Misérables" at Lamb's Players

Lamb’s Players Theatre has achieved the near-impossible again, with an inventive, streamlined and musically stunning production of the huge Broadway and West End hit “Les Misérables.”

Winner of eight Tony Awards in 1987 (it ran 16 years on Broadway), “Les Misérables” is based on Victor Hugo’s sprawling novel of crime and punishment, redemption, bravery, revolution, revenge and even love, set between Napoleon’s defeat at Waterloo and the Paris uprising of 1832. Book, music and lyrics are by Claude-Michel Shönberg and Alain Boublil, with English lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer.

GLAAD's What To Watch This Weekend

This weekend catch all new episodes of Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta, The Last Ship, Last Tango in Halifax, Vicious, True Blood and Masters of Sex!

Friday, July 25

9:00pm: Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta, TLC (30 min) NEW

A bride in the military struggles with not having the same vision for her wedding dress as her mother.

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THEATER REVIEW: “Pageant” at Cygnet Theatre

“Take a look at the girls,” croons emcee Freddie Cavalier (Phil Johnson), by means of introduction to this year’s Miss Glamouresse beauty pageant in which six lovelies compete for the crown.

They do look pretty spiffy in Shirley Pierson’s flowing evening gowns (constructed by a platoon of “sewing ladies” nicely credited in the opening speech). From Miss Deep South’s elegant pearl gray top with full-skirted rosette number to Miss West Coast’s eye-poppingly bright multicolored jobbie, it’s going to be a colorful evening.

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