First Look: DJ Tony Moran creates a new 'High' anthem to benefit Orlando

Nicki Richards, Zhana Roiya and Tony Moran create a dance version of "High" for Orlando victims and their families.

Tony Moran, Nicki Richards and Zhana Roiya; three of the biggest names in the world of dance music, have collaborated to help the innocent victims of Orlando with an amped-up single titled “High.”

This is actually a cover to the 1997 ballad of the same name originally performed by the U.K. band Lighthouse Family.

Theater Review: "Ruthless! The Musical"

You’ve got typical hard-driving stage moms like Rose in “Gypsy.” And then you’ve got the reluctant Judy Denmark (Eileen Bowman), whose eight-year-old daughter Tina (Madison O’Donovan) was “Born to Entertain.”

But Judy, though she loves playing social secretary for Tina, really thinks having a normal childhood and getting through school will stand the girl in better stead.

Theater Review: “Ain’t Misbehavin’"

Cynthia Thomas, Tony Perry, Yvonne, Ron Christopher Jones and Anise Ritchie

What do you get when you take a quintet of terrific singing and dancing actors, add some 30 songs of the Harlem Renaissance period by the inimitable Fats Waller, and combine that with a killer backup combo?

Meet the Khmer Muscle Boys challenging perceptions of what it means to be young and gay in Cambodia

This is a project to challenge young, gay Cambodians’ perceptions of themselves.

In a small, unassuming bar in the center of Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh, a new generation of young Khmer men are starting a revolution.

It’s not a political uprising, a protest at alleged government corruption, nor an initiative to reduce widespread poverty in the country; it’s goes far deeper than that.

Theater Review: "A Gay Marriage"

J. Marcus Newman, Patricia Elmore Costa, Tom Andrew. back: Sherri Allen, Michael Lundy.

Did the U.S. legalize same-sex marriage so gays could be as miserable in marriage as straights?

That’s one of the questions under consideration in Ronnie Larsen’s “A Gay Marriage,” in its world premiere through July 31 at Diversionary Theatre.

Megan Vice brings 80's R&B full circle in 'Spread the News'

Megan Vice brings the 80's back to life in her new dance heavy album.

They say everything old is new again, and that seems to hold true for singer Megan Vice whose new album harkens back to the synth style of the 80’s.

Robotic voices and laser sounds infiltrate her songs much like the ones used in 80’s girl bands, Exposé, Cover Girls and to some degree Chaka Kahn.